Have you seen LawyerReferralServices.org lately? If so, you may have noticed that the site got a pretty thorough makeover. Our UX Designer, Kyoko Uchida, spent some time cleaning up the visual appearance of the site. Now, the site is noticeably more clean-looking and user friendly.
LawyerReferralServices.org is dedicated to showcasing the most prominent as well as some lesser-known lawyer referral services throughout the United States. For easy navigation, the referral services are categorized based on location and whether the service is public, private, or online.
As a national service provider in he legal marketing industry, LegalMatch maintains memberships with chamber of commerce organizations located throughout the country. For example, we are currently members with:
Our team of legal writers occasionally contributes content to various chambers of commerce. Chambers are particularly interested in legal issues concerning small business taxes, ADA lawsuits, and employment issues. For example, LegalMatch's content manager, Peter Clarke, contributed an article on managing pregnant employees to the Los Altos Chamber of Commerce.
Marketing a legal practice is never an attorney's favorite aspect of his or her profession. But it is a necessary aspect. Although LegalMatch is designed to take much of the hassle out of finding clients, attorneys still need to engage in some basic legal marketing practices if they hope to thrive in the competitive legal field.
For this purpose, LegalMatch maintains a Legal Marketing Blog that focuses on providing tips to help attorneys market and expand their legal practices. The blog can be a great resource for the member services team at LegalMatch. If you work with attorneys through member services, check out the blog for regular updates on a wide range of topics, including Smartphone Apps for Attorneys and Managing Online Reviews.
Google now allows G+ users to review business local pages directly within Google search results. If you have a G+ account, we'd love to see your reviews of LegalMatch. What's a Google+ Local business page? Here's a complete guide.
If you have a Google Plus account, log into your account and then Google "Legalmatch." Under our company name in the search results, you should see a link to "Write a review." Click this link to review our service.
Here's an example of what people have been saying about LegalMatch on Google Plus Local:
Pearl Rimon is a graduate of Northeastern University, earning a B.S. in Sociology. She went on to complete a J.D. from Syracuse University College of Law. During her time in law school, she was part of the legal journal Impunity Watch and participated in a legal clinic that focused on securities and consumer law.
Pearl's professional background includes working in law firms specializing in family law, criminal law, and personal injury. Since joining LegalMatch, Pearl has gained experience in client services and has contributed to the LegalMatch law blog.
In her free time, she enjoys keeping up to date with all things tech, reading, and hiking.
Last week, Governor Jerry Brown announced mandatory cuts to water use across California. Now, all Californians are not only encouraged, but required to cut back. In a recent New York Times, article, LegalMatch's own Chas Blackford was interviewed. For example, Chas explains how he "recently installed a $500 gray-water system that lets him use water from the laundry machine on the drought-resistant plants in his yard."