Do you want to get yourself on the front page of the Wall Street Journal? Do you want to be on television discussing the day’s legal news? Do you want to learn how to turn your blog into a revenue producing machine? This full-day program will provide lawyers with tips and advice from other lawyers about how they’ve leveraged the media to market themselves, their firms and even their clients.
WHEN:Thursday, February 13, 2014, 9:15AM–4:00 PM
WHERE:1050 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20005
Hear Above the Law’s David Lat give tips on how to blog and how to use social media effectively.
Avvo CEO and Founder Mark Britton will discuss why lawyers should embrace the media.
Connecticut Employment Law Blogger Daniel Schwartz will tell you how he turned his blog into a nationally known source for employment law.
MyShingle’s Carolyn Elefant will talk about how her blog boosted her practice and her national reputation.
Lawyer and television personality Jennifer A. Brandt will tell you what it takes to get on television and juggle a busy law practice.
The ABA’s Will Hornsby will discuss the ethical boundaries of social media.
George Washington University law professor and media personality Jonathan Turley will provide the lunchtime key note address.
Prepare for a lively day full of informative and useful tips on how you can make the media work for you.
See more details here.
Posted by Morgan Hoey at 3:09 PM
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