These are great tips for law students about how to have a successful networking experience. Don’t forget to bring and ask for business cards and send a follow up email the next day!
Few would argue that networking always has been and likely always will be an important aspect of building and maintaining a successful law practice. Networking is how lawyers connect with prospective clients and referral sources, build trust and loyalty, and develop the types of individual relationships that can lead to new business.
It’s also time-consuming and, for most of us, not particularly easy or fun.
So, it is not surprising that more and more busy lawyers have embraced social media and digital marketing to expand their network of contacts. While these tools give us a platform for making connections on a large scale, the relationships we develop this way typically are not as deep as those we nurture through in-person contact.
6 Lawyer Networking FAQS
When coaching attorneys on their business development activities, I frequently am asked for pointers for how to make in-person networking less time-consuming and more effective…
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