Building a Personal Brand with Jasmine Sandler

A strong personal brand can help an attorney or executive to develop new business for his or her firm or company. Jasmine Sandler, keynote speaker, trainer, author and consultant in digital marketing and social selling for global organizations, joins me on the latest podcast to discuss her process for helping attorneys, executives and entrepreneurs build, grow and protect this kind of personal brand. Our conversation touches on the kinds of goals and initiatives served by building these kinds of personal brands, the interaction between this personal branding and firm branding, and the buy-in and commitment required to succeed.

Download Jasmine’s Personal Branding Checklist from her website (will open as a PDF).

Recorded June 15, 2017 at the offices of Jasmine Sandler.

Targeted Messaging Supporting a Specific Service Offering with Tanya Pohl

Tanya Pohl defines herself very specifically as a social media attorney. In this episode of the Legal Marketing Studio, she describes how she came to see this niche of IP law as the basis for a viable practice and as a form of effective marketing. Our conversation wends its way through the language that she uses across various marketing channels and the subtle ways that she modulates this messaging for each. We discuss also the nuts and bolts of moving out of big law and starting a solo practice.

Recorded April 17, 2017 at the New York City Bar.

Opportunity in the Moderate Income Demographic with The Court Square Law Project’s Naree Sinthusek and Jake Dore

Naree Sinthusek and Jake Dore of the Court Square Law Project discuss the Project’s mission of providing quality legal services for people who believe they can’t afford a lawyer and the market opportunity in that representation gap. We discuss the business and social justice aspects inherent in that mission and the difficulty of balancing those opposing forces. We discuss, as well, the educational aspects of the Project: encouraging the recognition within the legal community of the business opportunity (and social good) in serving this demographic and showing this moderate income demographic that legal representation is available and affordable.

Recorded February 26, 2017 at the offices of The Court Square Law Project.

Digital Tools and Human Relationships; a conversation with Todd Rengel

Digital marketing tools are increasingly sophisticated and ever expanding in capability, yet at the end of the day the goal of business development is to build and strengthen human relationships in the real world. In this fourth and final episode of the Legal Marketing Studio’s monthly mini-series on web design for law firms, Todd Rengel of Animus Rex takes us through the expanding potential of digital tools (specifically websites) over the past two decades while reminding us of the need to remain grounded in the underlying strategic goal of all business development business: cultivating human relationships. What do your customers want to see? How do they want to see it? And how can you make it easy for them?

Recorded February 17, 2017 @ the offices of Animus Rex in New York City.

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