At Rocket Lawyer, we believe the law is about people, not paperwork. And connecting with people is exactly what social media is all about.
Social connections are especially valuable for solo practitioners seeking to build their businesses. Even so, many attorneys—wary of ethical pitfalls or strapped for time—have kept social media at arm’s length.
But with a bit of foresight, it’s possible to maximize the benefits of social media while mitigating your risks. That’s the topic of a Rocket Lawyer panel at the American Bar Association’s Annual Meeting in San Francisco this week.
In this panel, from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. on Friday, August 9, Rocket Lawyer Head of Attorney Services Matt Kaufman will lead a discussion on how to navigate social media while keeping your legal ethics intact. Speakers include Matthew Hickey, Law office of Matthew Hickey, San Francisco; Mario Jaramillo, Skapik Law Group, Chino Hills; Deepa Menon, Menon Law, San Francisco.
Session attendees will get the chance to put what they’ve learned into practice right away by developing their own social media plans. If that’s not enough entice you, there will also be a special case study featuring Bacon Bacon—the popular restaurant-turned-San Francisco food truck (will there be samples? You’ll have to attend to find out).
Don’t let fear of the unknown freeze your innovation AND get you in trouble with your bar! Join us to learn more about how social media and collaborative technology tools like Twitter, Dropbox and Quora can help you best serve your clients and grow your business. Share your success stories!
- How Social Media Can Help Lawyers Win New Clients (rocketlawyer.com)
- Lawyers, It’s Time To Up Your Game On Social Media (rocketlawyer.com)
- New Rules for New Media? Nope—You Already Know Them (rocketlawyer.com)