Solicitors and the Internet 2015 - 6 hours CPD for solicitors
The course looks at how the internet is continuing to change the way that solicitors work.
It covers different types of organisation now becoming possible for lawyers and new types of software.
It looks at the way that firms are marketing their services online.
Social media is also covered, with a series of articles written by lawyers as to how they actually use it.
1. New types of law firm
1.1 Setting up a commercial firm on a virtual model by Christian Browne
1.2 A direct access ABS enabled by technology by Paul Richmond
2. Software approaches for the firm
2.1 New cloud systems for lawyers by Allan Carton and Frank Manning
2.2 The importance of Client Relationship Management (CRM) by Sue Bramall
2.3 Document quality and automation in the cloud by Ann Hemming
2.4 The paperless office – dream or reality? by Richard Hugo-Hamman
3. Making the most of the firm’s website
3.1 Getting to know Google Analytics by Catherine Bailey
3.2 The importance of content marketing by Chris Davidson
3.3 Why customer reviews are so important by Daniel Kidd
3.4 Google’s mobile friendly update(s) by Susan Hallam
4. How lawyers are using social media
4.1 Colin Yeo, barrister in chambers
4.2 Mark Gould, legal knowledge management consultant
4.3 Bill Jones, chairman of a solicitors LLP