Directories guides: how to improve your submissions

Legal directories for firms in the UK

Law firms, barristers and chambers sets devote significant resource to working with the UK legal directories. Our guide has some submissions dos and don’ts and explains the opportunities that a directory ranking offers.

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Legal directories for firms in the US

The process of getting ranked isn’t complex but it can be time-consuming. Given the highly competitive nature of US directory listings, time is easily wasted.

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Legal directories for firms in the Middle East

UK directories covering the UAE don’t have as broad a scope in terms of practice area as the listings focused on the UK or US market. However, they offer recognition across a number of key practice areas.

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12 mistakes guides

12 mistakes law firms make with the directory process

We can’t pretend the submission process isn’t long and painful. But if you avoid the following common pitfalls, your chances of creating the right impression with the researchers will be improved no end.

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12 mistakes lawyers make with the media

Being a great communicator is up there among the essential skills for lawyers. And yet when it comes to dealing with the media, lawyers can go badly astray.

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12 mistakes lawyers make on LinkedIn

LinkedIn is an incredibly powerful marketing tool, whether you’re creating your own personal brand or looking to be part of a wider promotion for your firm.

However, many people find themselves getting frustrated with LinkedIn – sometimes it just doesn’t seem to deliver any return.

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12 mistakes law firms make on Twitter

Twitter + the legal sector is starting to be an attractive equation that actually works.

However, for many firms, this social platform still remains something of a mystery when it comes to generating real results. Much of this comes down to the errors that law firms make on Twitter – some of which are pretty elementary.

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