As you know, the SRA guidelines on pricing transparency come into force soon. In this blog, we look at the arguments for and against price transparency, discusses pricing best practice and the opportunities it creates.
We’re going through a period of growth and are on the hunt for a creative, detail focused and analytical marketer to work on the front line for customers and ourselves. In this role, you’ll have autonomy across a wide range of responsibilities, ranging from creating and implementing demand generation campaigns, through to analysing campaign data and performing ad hoc SEO and Business Intelligence tasks. Here’s a breakdown of the tasks you can expect to get involved in, it’s not an exhaustive list, but will give you a flavour for the role;
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.
Job Title: Graduate Copywriter and Editorial Assistant
A recent article from Legal Futures highlights how small and mid-sized law firms are experiencing falling income and lower levels of profitability.
As Moore Legal Technology’s Operations Director, I’ve learnt a tremendous amount about what it takes to plan and implement a culture of operational excellence in a fast-paced work environment. Many of the insights we have gained and indeed use in practice are relevant to our law firm clients. So we thought we’d give something back by writing a series of articles on our Operational Excellence Insights, starting with Ten Top Tips for Improving Your Law Firm’s Efficiency.
Job Title: Customer Success Manager
Job Title: Digital Marketing Executive
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.
This post was originally published in November 2014, but is still as relevant to law firms today as it was back then. Republished in honour of Malcolm Young, founding member of AC/DC. (N.B. there are 9 references to AC/DC songs throughout this article. We will send a £20 iTunes voucher to the first person who gets in touch to tell us what they are)
It’s hard to believe that the end of the year is upon us already, but as we prepare for the festive season, we should also be preparing for the year ahead. Technology continues to move at an alarming rate, things we were only dreaming about in 2016, started to materialise this year and will only continue to develop as we move forward into 2018.
If your professional success hinges on the perception on you as an individual more so that the name of the organisation you work for/with, then your personal brand becomes of crucial importance. This article looks at how barristers can start to develop their own personal brand.
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