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Six Ways to Build Momentum in Your Law Practice

Building Momentum For Your Law Practice

We have all ‘been there’ finding ourselves too busy with client work to breathe and then the rollercoaster heads downward and we’re searching for new projects. It can be challenging to devote any time to developing new work when your plate is already full. But, what happens when we’ve eaten what we’ve killed, proverbially speaking? […]

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Law Firm Not Permitted to Use External Content Writers – Wednesday Wisdom

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In this episode of Wednesday Wisdom for Women Lawyers, Kimberly Rice of KLAMarketing.com answers the question: I know creating content is important for my reputation as a woman lawyer. My law firm does not allow us to work with external writers to create new written content.  Ideas? Often law firms will make this kind of […]

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How the Legal Landscape Has Changed – Women Lawyers

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Has the legal landscape really changed?  What does that even mean? That’s the question Kimberly Rice of KLAMarketing.com answers in this episode of Wednesday Wisdom for Women Lawyers. Click play below to hear how today’s legal landscape affects you and your practice: The legal services landscape has drastically shifted and the number one takeaway is […]

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When Doing Great Legal Work Isn’t Enough- Wednesday Wisdom for Women Lawyers

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In today’s issue of Wednesday Wisdom for Women Lawyers, Kimberly answers this question: I’ve been reading the news lately about a large acquisition. I’ve always thought it’s better to just be invisible, fly under the radar and just do good work. Is that so bad?   Before you watch the video below and hear Kimberly’s answer […]

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Building Your Reputation As A Woman Lawyer (and Dealing With Fear)

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In today’s episode of Wednesday Wisdom of Women Lawyers, Kimberly Rice, Principal of KLA Marketing and founder of the Women In The Law Rainmaker Forum answers this question: I’ve been practicing law for just under 10 years. I just moved from a large firm to a smaller firm and focusing on my preferred target. This […]

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When In-House Law Firm Marketing Resources Are Limited … Here’s What To Do

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Welcome to another edition of Wednesday Wisdom for Women Lawyers. Kimberly Rice of KLAMarketing.com supports women lawyers in building their practice.  In today’s edition of Wednesday Wisdom for Women Lawyers, Kimberly answers this question: I work in a large AM100 firm.   I work very hard to develop my practice but I feel I’m at a […]

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Professional Presentation For Women Lawyers – How Important?

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Welcome to Wednesday Wisdom for Women Lawyers. Kimberly Rice of KLAMarketing.com specializes in supporting women lawyers with building their practice. In this video, Kimberly answers this question: How essential is it for female lawyers to wear traditional suits? There are lots of smart dresses for example. Is a jacket still necessary?  It’s a trade off […]

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Announcing Wednesday Wisdom for Women Lawyers

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LawMarketing.com is very pleased to be working with Kimberly Rice, Principal of KLA Marketing Associates to offer ‘Wednesday Wisdom for Women Lawyers’. Women lawyers, more than men lawyers, experience more challenges in developing their own voice in their law practice and establishing themselves as leaders in their law firm. In recognition of this, LawMarketing.com has […]

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3 Tips to Develop Business as a Women Attorney

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When it comes to business development, there is no one size fits all, but there are some basic principles lawyers can apply, says Kimberly Alford Rice, KLAMarketing.com. According to Kimberly, women lawyers don’t always grasp or absorb the concept that their legal career will transcend their current employer. Studies show that women are more likely […]

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