Michigan State University College of Law is hosting their second annual Social Media Bootcamp this Saturday (Feb 4). I couldn’t be more honored to be leading the workshop. We had a great time last year.
The workshop is open to law students, lawyers, academics, judges, court staff and all other legal service delivery professionals.
The interactive workshop is designed to help law students, lawyers and legal services providers improve their professional use of blogging and other social media, whether you are beginner or a pro.
You’ll learn how to effectively utilize social media to build a personal brand, establish expertise, and build an online community. You’ll also learn how social media can be used for learning, advancing the law, and networking as a law student, lawyer, law professor or other legal professional.
If you’re a practicing lawyer, you’ll leave knowing how to really use the Internet to get the type of work you want from the type of clients you want to represent.
We’ll cover, among other things:
- Use of a news aggregator (Feedly) for listening to the influencers and identifying items to share
- Blogging on a niche to build your name, a network and advance the law
- Twitter for listening, establishing yourself as an intelligent agent, building social media equity, and building relationships
- Facebook for building solid professional relationships and sharing personal and professional information and insight
- LinkedIn for more than just a profile, but to engage, to build a name – and in the case of lawyers how to get work
Law student, professor or law school administrator and looking to blog, ask me about the LexBlog sponsored Law School Blog Network. You’re entitled to a blog on our comprehensive blog publishing software and related services – for free.
- Date: Saturday, February 4, 2016
- Time: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
- Event Address: 648 N. Shaw Ln, East Lansing, MI 48824
- Room: Castle Boardroom (3rd Floor)
- Parking: Free on weekends in the parking ramp next to MSU Law
Questions? Contact Amy Krieg, Assistant Director for Career Development, firstname.lastname@example.org or (517) 432-6830.
Big thanks for Michigan State Law for having me back again. This may be the third or fourth time in the last couple years. You’ve opened my eyes to the passion of law students looking to do great things – often, for other people.
Hope to see how this year’s social media contest is going too. past participants have ended up at with positions at Honigman in Detroit, General Motors, London law firms (internships) and West Coast companies in the agriculture/food business.