“Lawyers in firms that represent consumers now have a one-stop website to get answers about running a profitable law practice.”
Myrtle Beach, SC (PRWEB) October 28, 2014
For consumer attorneys, Law Practice Advisor is where all roads for legal marketing and management meet to create a hub worthy of the best in the business.
“Law Practice Advisor is designed with lawyers’ success in mind,” said founder and attorney Ken Hardison of Myrtle Beach, S.C. “Lawyers in firms that represent consumers now have a one-stop website to get answers about running a profitable law practice.”
Edited by legal journalist and attorney Larry Bodine, Law Practice Advisor is updated every day with news, practical advice from experts in their field and useful tips and techniques.
Law Practice Advisor is different from bar association websites that favor reports about internal activities, or commercial websites that emphasize making a sale over providing help.
“Law Practice Advisor is a dynamic new online community that marshals the top ideas of the best and brightest advisors,” Bodine said. “Our aim is to deliver to the key information consumer lawyers need to stay on top of the latest developments and grow their practices.”
The site already has a critical mass of 50+ practical articles written by recognized names in the legal industry, including top-read content like:
-39% of Client Accounts are Past Due
-Your Website Marketing Is Focusing on the Wrong Thing
-8 Questions to Ask Before Sending Your Next Marketing Piece
Hardison has launched successful ventures for attorneys including the Personal Injury Lawyers Marketing and Management Association (PILMMA) for trial lawyers. Bodine is an attorney who has served as Editor of Lawyers.com, Publisher of The National Trial Lawyers and Editor and Publisher of the American Bar Association Journal.
Anyone can subscribe to Law Practice Updates at http://bit.ly/LPASubscribe. Follow Law Practice Advisor on Twitter: @LawPracticeAdv and Google+ at https://plus.google.com/101417823210745104005/posts
For more info, contact Ken Hardison at 843.361.1700 and ken(at)pilmma(dot)org, or Larry Bodine at LarryBodineNow(at)gmail(dot)com and 520.577.9759.