Law firms are continually seeking innovative ways to strengthen their networks, enhance their reputation, recruit junior and senior lawyers, and foster business development opportunities. One often overlooked strategy is the implementation of a robust alumni relations program. While the concept of alumni relations is traditionally associated with educational institutions, it is equally important for law firms. The key to unlocking its full potential lies in having a dedicated alumni professional—either internally or through outsourcing. Here’s why your law firm needs a dedicated alumni professional and the critical role they play.

Building and maintaining strong client relationships is tantamount for law firms of any size. Secondments and reverse secondments have emerged as innovative strategies for achieving this goal, offering benefits for both law firms and their clients. These arrangements involve temporarily transferring employees between organizations, fostering a deeper understanding and collaboration. Secondments can be a valuable client development and client retention tool for law firms – when done right. Learn more about how to leverage secondments and reverse secondments and how to create a successful secondment program at your law firm.

In today’s competitive job market, attracting the right talent has become more challenging than ever. Companies are not just competing for clients and market share; they’re also vying for top-notch professionals who can drive their business forward.

In such a landscape, LinkedIn has emerged as a powerful tool for talent attraction. But, it requires more than a simple ‘We’re Hiring!’ post to catch the eye of potential candidates. Here’s how.