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LexBlog on the road: Client Development VP Kevin McKeown’s travels

After attending LegalTech New York last week, part of the LexBlog executive team headed back to Seattle. But Kevin McKeown, our EVP of Client Development & Managing Director, headed to Pittsburgh for a chance to meet and touch base with some members of the LexBlog Network — even despite the historic blizzard walloping the East… Continue Reading

Twitter for Client Development: LexBlog Client Webinar

It’s no secret that I — along with the rest of the LexBlog team — believe that Twitter can be a powerful tool for client development. Others feel the same way — see my recent post on Twitter client development success stories, in which I feature the responses that poured in from lawyers and legal… Continue Reading

LexBlog Client Webinar on RSS tomorrow

The next installment of LexBlog’s Client Webinar Series is tomorrow, April 16, on the topic of The Effective Use of RSS for Client Development, at 12 p.m. ET/ 9 a.m. PT. You can register here. (For registration information, direct message Support on Twitter or contact Stacey.) In this webinar, LexBlog CEO Kevin O’Keefe will personally… Continue Reading

Upcoming LexBlog Webinar on Using RSS for Client Development

The next installment in our monthly Client Webinar Series is just a week away. This month’s topic: The Effective Use of RSS for Client Development. The webinar – held exclusively for clients – will take place next Thursday, April 16, at 9 a.m. PST/12 p.m. EST. Mark your calendars and register now. (For registration information,… Continue Reading

A law consultant’s take on blogging and client development

In today’s economy, everyone is trying to find ways to develop business while keeping an eye on the bottom line. That includes lawyers, of course, and new LexBlog client Cordell Parvin has a recent post on his business development and law career planning blog about just that. Parvin, a long-time construction lawyer who now serves as a… Continue Reading