In this post are 10 questions you might be asked in an interview. Review them and note how you might respond.

The questions can also prompt you to write things people want to know about you for your website’s “About” page, in your bio, or your introduction.

You can also use these questions to write 10 blog posts, telling readers about yourself and what you do.

The questions:

  1. What does a (type) lawyer do?
  2. What types of clients do you represent?
  3. What’s your favorite part of your job?
  4. Why should a client hire you instead of any other lawyer?
  5. What’s your favorite marketing strategy?
  6. What’s the hardest part of your job?
  7. Have you had any unusual cases or clients?
  8. What’s the most important thing you want new clients to know or do?
  9. How is your work/the law different today than when you started practicing?
  10. What book(s) are you reading right now?

These questions are necessarily generic. Edit, re-write, and add additional questions to your list to suit your practice and personality.

What do you want people to know about you and what you do? What would they find interesting? What do people ask you at parties?

Finally, you can use these questions when you interview another lawyer for your blog or newsletter. And you should do that because you’ll get some easy content and the lawyer you interview might reciprocate and interview you for their blog or newsletter.

I wrote a book based entirely on an interview I did with a very successful appellate attorney friend who does a great job marketing his services. Here’s the book; here’s what I did to write it.

10 questions for you