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Here are some social media tools available relating to legal matters. The author of this page is Alex Heshmaty.

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Social Media and eBusiness for Solicitors 2014 - a new CPD course for Solicitors from Delia and Nick
Provides an introduction to social media with descriptions of the key social media platforms, making your website a marketing tool, local marketing and local SEO, social media monitoring, battling with Google, setting up an e-commerce site and developing online software to sell. Qualifies for 5 hours CPD from the SRA.

This page was last updated on 11th July 2014

Lawyers are increasingly using social networking to take advantage of the latest trends in online marketing. By adopting a social media presence, law firms can gain important web credentials. Aside from allowing them to engage with their client base, a well planned social media campaign can also improve the ranking of a law firm within Google, leading to more prospective clients! This page covers the various social media tools which are available for use by solicitors and barristers.

Law Society Guidance
The Law Society issued a set of Practice Notes on Social Media in December 2011 (although not updated since then).The paper describes the main types of social media and distinguishes between them (some are more appropriate to professional use than others); describes the benefits of social networking in terms of being open to contacts with clients and potential clients but also the risks; how to keep professional and private uses separate; how to apply professional standards to these new media; and how to set up a social media policy for the firm.

 Social Media and Networking

 Blogging

 Social Media Management Tools

 Analysing Social Media

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If you know about a social media tool for lawyers, please contact Alex Heshmaty.

Alex is freelance writer and legal technology specialist.

For more information see:
www.alexheshmaty.me.uk
www.legaltechie.co.uk

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