The SRA has announced that they have re-commenced work to assess levels of compliance with the rules on price and service transparency following a temporary pause of this work during the early stages of the Covid-19 pandemic.
We first wrote about this topic in 2019. Back then, we noted that we were speaking to more law firms with in-house marketing staff than ever before. I have an in-house marketing background, and it was great to see law firms recognising the value and importance of specialist marketing support.
As will have been the case for many of you recently, spending more time at home with school age children than would be the case under normal circumstances (in my case nine-year-old twin girls) is not without its challenges.
After Monday nights' announcement from the Government, more of us than ever before will be working from home this week. For some of you this will be a completely new experience and one that might take a bit of getting used to.
We can't believe 2019 is almost at an end, but before the year is out, we have taken a look at what our customers can expect to see in the year to come with regards to law firm digital marketing.
A couple of weeks ago, MLT’s David Kerr welcomed the arrival of his second child, Alice (congrats, Dave and Nic, she’s beautiful!). Before finishing up for a couple of weeks, Dave found time to write the intro to our August client newsletter. As he sat down to write the intro, his mind naturally drifted towards his impending fatherhood and how building a website, digital marketing strategy and online presence for your law firm is a little bit like having a child. For example;
Since the beginning of December, firms have been expected to display price and other key information across a range of law areas to assist consumers in choosing between them.
[Updated May 2021 with further useful information]
You will no doubt by now be aware that there are new SRA rules requiring law firms to publish price and service information on their website, in an accessible and prominent location, for certain areas of law, namely the following:
We welcome to our team Customer Success Managers Emily McDonald and Aimen Hassan, Designer Louise Baxter, Marketing Automation and Data Analyst Matt Mikovic, Digital Marketing Assistant Andrew Warnock and Grace Kerr in Accounts.
I recently read a couple of articles published on Legal Futures that got me thinking about the importance of establishing trust and authority for lawyers.
A recent article from Legal Futures highlights how small and mid-sized law firms are experiencing falling income and lower levels of profitability.
We were delighted to be asked to form part of a panel of legal sector business development experts at the Law Society Civil Litigation Autumn Conference last year, tasked with delivering some practical tactics that law firms can employ to win more business from new and existing clients.
Moore Legal Technology is excited and proud to be celebrating its 15th year in business. 2003! A life time ago when it comes to the evolution of the digital marketing, never mind the changes that the legal sector has gone through in that time. A time before Facebook, twitter, Gmail, the iPhone, before inbound marketing had a name, and long before the financial crash forced lawyers to look more closely at finding new ways of generating business.
It’s been an exciting start to the year for Moore Legal Technology, with new clients from the Cayman Islands and Malta joining our expanding client roster.
It’s that time of year again. Thinking about what’s gone before us and planning for the future - looking at what we do, how we do it, and more importantly, who we do it for.
Following recent law firm ‘merger’ and administration announcements north of the border, well-kent names such as Maclay Murray & Spens, Pagan Osborne and Hamilton Burns will cease to be a part of the Scottish Legal firmament.