Can social media bring your firm more business? Many of the top firms in America say yes. Jones Day and Skadden are blogging, DLA Piper has a Twitter feed, and Greenberg Traurig is using Facebook. Want an insight into the tools they are using to bring in business? Meet Adrian Dayton. Consulting to global 100 firms like Dorsey & Whitney and AmLaw 100 firm Womble Carlysle, an attorney turned social media consultant Adrian Dayton has been helping lawyers all over the world bring in business with Twitter, Linkedin, and Martindale-Hubbell Connected. This March he brings his techniques to Australia.
“In all my years as an attorney, I have never seen a marketing initiative as well received as Adrian Dayton’s Social Media Ramp-Up. -Former Watergate Prosecutor and Dorsey & Whitney Partner Nick Akerman, Esq.
There will be 2 full-day Social Media sessions first in Sydney on the 23rd of March and the second on the 25th of March in Melbourne. The first half of the day will be social media basics, with the second half saved for more advanced techniques.
Who should attend? Managing partners; Marketing partners; Rainmakers; Chief Marketing Officers; Firm administrators; Lawyers interested in building their businesses.
Agenda & Booking Details: http://adriandayton.com/australia Apply now, the early bird special ends March 9th, 2010
Adrian is also the author of Social Media for Lawyers: Twitter Edition.
Social Media for Lawyers: Twitter Edition is a “must-read” for all law firms. Indeed, it should be studied avidly, not only by lawyers but also by any professional service firm that wants to grow its business fast using Web 2.0 techniques.
-UK Partner Chris J. Sherliker, esq.
Sponsored by Martindale-Hubbell Connected