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LinkedIn for Lawyers: connect, engage and grow your business
by Kirsten Hodgson

From a marketing and business development perspective, LinkedIn is not a social network - it is a business network. LinkedIn is a powerful tool that can be effectively leveraged to help achieve business development and marketing goals.
This practically written guide provides extensive tips and instructions to enable lawyers to start harnessing LinkedIn effectively. LinkedIn, when used in a structured way, provides an extra impetus to everything a busy practitioner is already doing.
This book will provide guidance on how to use LinkedIn to:

  • Manage your reputation;
  • Raise your profile;
  • Build your knowledge base in your area(s) of expertise;
  • Position yourself as a specialist/expert in your field;
  • Keep in touch, and engage with, your existing clients and referrers;
  • Meet and engage with prospects, potential referrers, colleagues and peers;
  • Keep up to date with the key issues in your area of practice, in a particular industry sector or for a particular client;
  • Research clients, prospects and competitors;
  • Get the right people into your sales funnel;
  • Generate new business.

In addition, this book is a stepping stone to further useful resources, such as links and codes to the author’s online resource centre (www.lawfirmsandsocialmedia.com).  These include videos and podcasts.

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Campbell on Caveats
by Neil Campbell


Campbell on Caveats provides up-to-date, clear and practical guidance on the law relating to caveats. The work includes commentary on significant case-law pertaining to caveats, in addition to a consideration of the relevant legislation, particularly the Land Transfer Act 1952. The topics covered within the text include a consideration of the various classes of caveats that are available, the nature of a caveat against dealings, rights and transactions that will not support a caveat, methods of clearing caveats off the title and Registrar’s caveats, among many others.

This comprehensive work will be of use to anyone who wants a better understanding of the law relating to caveats, but at the same time will provide an excellent primary reference tool for practitioners and other professionals who need a more detailed in-depth treatment of the subject matter.

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