Do you Twitter? The 140-character social network continues to slowly gain traction amongst lawyers as they recognize its utility as a news aggregator, networking tool, and marketing channel. Whether you’re a seasoned microblogging veteran or opening a brand new account just to follow those on this list (which we highly recommend), we think you’ll get incredible value by following the online musings of the legal thought leaders we’ve listed below.
Founder and CEO of the LexBlog legal blogging network, Kevin tweets about the importance of lawyers’ use of social media, blogging tips and tactics, legal news, and happenings in his hometown of Seattle. With 20,000 followers, Kevin is definitely a pillar of the legal Twitter community. Kevin will be bringing his in-depth knowledge of blogging and content marketing to the Clio Cloud Conference in his presentation ‘Content Marketing for Lawyers.’
Blogger, author, founder of MyShingle.com, one time Daily Show interviewee and a thought leader for solo and small firms everywhere, the prolific Carolyn Elefant shares 140 character bites of advice and wisdom focused on helping law firms succeed.
Alison Monahan, founder of The Girl’s Guide to Law School and Trebuchet Legal focuses her social media on challenges facing law students, the legal profession in general, and combating sexism in the legal and technology sectors. Alison will be discussing the ins and outs of working with a new breed of lawyers in ‘YOLO: A New Generation of Lawyers.’
Nicole Bradick, certified ‘Legal Rebel’ and founder and President of Custom Counsel focuses her social media presence on legal technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship. Nicole will be presenting on how law firms are making use of non-traditional staffing in ‘Get Lean: Agile Lawyering and Staffing.’
Legal SEO expert and author Jabez LeBret provides insight and wisdom about SEO, SEM, social media, digital marketing, and emerging technologies that can be leveraged to give law firms a competitive edge. He’ll be sharing his wealth of knowledge on legal marketing in ‘Digital Marketing for Law Firms and Legal Professionals.’ While engaging and conversing on social media is awesome, it’s no substitute for the real thing.
With that in mind, join us to rub shoulders with the speakers listed above and more at the Clio Cloud Conference, September 22-23 in Chicago. Book now and save $400 off your pass with the exclusive discount code ‘ClioBlog‘, but hurry: remaining tickets won’t last long!