Thursday, November 26, 2009

Social networking for lawyers seminar

Some readers of this blog may be interested in this seminar that I'm giving for the Nova Scotia Barristers Society in a couple of weeks. Those who aren't lucky enough to be in Halifax can attend by webinar:

NSBS - Development

Lunch & Law: Social Networking in a Global Market

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Lunch & Law - Social Networking in a Global Market: Marketing Strategies for Lawyers

Nova Scotia Barristers' Society - Continuing Professional Development Wednesday, December 9, 2009, 12:00 - 1:30 pm

Location: CPD Center, Suite 408, 1645 Granville Street, Halifax

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The Program: New technologies provide a plethora of unique opportunities for lawyers to raise their profiles and reach new clients.

Join David T.S. Fraser of McInnes Cooper who will provide an overview of blogs, social networking websites and other innovative means of marketing your law practice.

Even if blogs, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter leave you scratching your head and wondering what it's all about, this seminar will provide practical insight into these dynamic marketing channels.

David will also explore the issues of associated ethics challenges based on the CBA's new Guidelines for Ethical Marketing Practices Using New Information Technologies.

Don't miss this unique opportunity to learn the latest and greatest trends in marketing your legal practice.

Register online - If you do not already have a username and password, (or to activate your account), please contact Pierre Benoit at (902) 422-1491. Outside of Metro? Please register and join us via conference call. There are no cancellations for this program; substitutions are welcome.

Fee: $40 per person plus tax (lunch included)

Can't travel to Halifax? Why not join us from the comfort of your office!

Webinar/Teleconference option is available. Fee is $40 plus tax (includes long-distance charges). Instructions will be emailed one day in advance.

Feel free to pass this along to anyone who may be interested. You can share the invitation on Facebook via the event page, which is here.

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