The Business Case for a Podcast That Speaks to the C-Suite

The Business Case for a Podcast That Speaks to the C-Suite

Podcasting is growing in popularity and is another way law firms can tout their thought leadership. Marcie Dickson, with Miles Mediation & Arbitration, and Jennifer Simpson Carr, with Furia Rubel Communications, offer tips for how firms can get started.

December 2020

Zoom to Profitability in 2021: Top Tips for Harnessing the Power of Webinars for Business Development in the Virtual Age

Zoom to Profitability in 2021: Top Tips for Harnessing the Power of Webinars for Business Development in the Virtual Age

As we look ahead to 2021, the prospect of a coronavirus vaccine is hovering just on the horizon. With it come the dreams of once again shaking hands with or standing within a few feet of a human being with whom you do not share a household. Just imagine how happy we all will be when we can take off our masks without fearing that we are endangering ourselves or the people we love.

December 2020

Cultivating Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Legal: 3 DE&I Takeaways From #LMA20

Cultivating Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Legal: 3 DE&I Takeaways From #LMA20

The legal industry has the chance to seize a once-in-a-generation opportunity to effect large-scale change regarding diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I). Leaders in legal marketing recognize the opportunity to create a solid foundation from which future generations can grow. This was underscored at the Legal Marketing Association Virtual Annual Conference (#LMA20).

November 2020

Silver Linings Beyond Coronavirus in Bucks County

Silver Linings Beyond Coronavirus in Bucks County

There have been many silver linings in 2020 despite COVID-19. Gina Rubel reached out to her network to find out what they have been able to appreciate, both personally and professionally. Here is what they had to say. 

November 2020

Do You Understand Microaggressions and Their Impact on Diverse Groups?

Do You Understand Microaggressions and Their Impact on Diverse Groups?

Today’s definition of a microaggression is credited to Derald Wing Sue, a professor of counseling psychology at Columbia University. Since 2007, he has written several books on microaggressions, including “Microaggressions in Everyday Life: Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation.”

October 2020

Is Ageism One of the Last Socially Accepted Prejudices?

Is Ageism One of the Last Socially Accepted Prejudices?

Have you gotten your AARP membership info in the mail yet? Or has someone given you a senior discount just because of the way you look? Better yet, how about that postcard from a local 55-and-older independent living community wishing to help you “prepare” for the future? If any of these happened to you recently, how did you feel?

October 2020

Vote.

Vote.

We are quickly approaching the day of the general election on Nov. 3, and your vote matters. We wanted to remind you to check your voter registration and learn about voting methods, and to share with you other ways to engage beyond casting your ballot.

October 2020