While many law firms are content producing powerhouses, pushing out alerts, social media posts and other information daily via the many distribution channels with which they engage their target audiences, they often fail to take the time to think about the how, what, when, where and why of the content they are creating and disseminating
I’m in the law, where I’d guess the majority of blogging and digital publishing lawyers have thrown ethics out the window already by paying others to write content for them and publishing the content in their own name.
A snapshot of the proposed treaty and its potential impact on businesses
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For nearly a decade, a United Nations working group has been debating and negotiating the scope and content of a proposed binding treaty on business and human rights. If agreed and ratified, the treaty will represent a major leap forward…
Government’s strategy to combat cyber risks
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The Australian Government released its 2023-2030 Australian Cyber Security Strategy, outlining its vision of a cyber secure Australia, and how we will get there. It represents the Government’s wholistic strategy to combat cyber risks throughout the Australian economy, and flags a number of material new…
Key areas of focus for the year ahead
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On 21 November, at the ASIC Annual Forum 2023, ASIC Deputy Chair Sarah Court announced ASIC’s enforcement priorities for 2024. The Deputy Chair also addressed ASIC’s regulatory enforcement approach generally, by reference to recent criticisms levelled at the regulator.
Areas of focus include:
In this episode, Alay and Evelyn discuss:
- The roller coaster of entrepreneurship.
- Building a remote, global team.
- Delegating to better serve your clients.
- Adversity creating business excellence.
- You do not need to have your entire team in the office in order to be productive and cohesive as a team.
- Free yourself so
It definitely took a village to raise my son. One of its most pivotal members was Magda Helmuth, founder of and long-time teacher at Purple Dragon Daycare, the pre-school that my son attended from just under three years of age until he started kindergarten upstairs at PS1 Elementary. Under Magda’s tutelage and tender touch, Patrick…
Twenty years ago, on November 22, a date I remembered for President Kennedy’s assassination, I embarked into the world of blogging.
With a simple picture of Perry Mason saying “Hmm… I should have a blog,” “Real Lawyers Have Blogs” was born.
Post-LexisNexis, armed with lessons from my first company, Prairielaw.com, and driven by a passion…
You want ideas for subjects to write about in your blog or newsletter. You want to show readers what you do, how you can help them, and why they should choose you as their lawyer.
And you want it to be interesting.
Okay, here you go:
- FAQ’s: About the law, procedure, how long it takes
The Texas Advocacy Project, or TAP, announced it has received a $20,000 grant from the Texas Bar Foundation, or TBF, according to a press release. The grant, which will be distributed over a 12-month period, will be used to enhance TAP’s capacity to connect with the legal community and expand pro bono legal assistance to…