Last blog added on Wednesday, September 18th, 2019

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  • Memory Lane for Law Career Goals and Throwback Content

    When was the last time you reflected on the beginning of your law career up to now? I mean have you actually sat down to think about what your goals were at the start of your law career and over the past years, and written down whether you achieved those goals? It likely has been a while, if at all, … Read more »

  • Social Media: Opportunities and Risks for the Legal Profession

    “Social Media: friend or foe?” was the topic discussed at the Asian and South Asian Heritage Month Program held a few days ago. This was a joint event among the Law Society of Ontario (LSO), the Ontario chapter of the Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers (FACL Ontario) and the South Asian Bar Associ … Read more »

  • Legal Blogging: Do Your Posts Resonate with Your Audience?

    I spoke at a law firm retreat recently about how lawyers can leverage LinkedIn and Twitter in their law career. When I was introduced, I was asked what a “Clawbies” was. This question arose because I had won a Clawbies award for Best New Blog in 2016 and was a finalist for Best Business of Law Blog … Read more »

  • What’s the Call to Action in Your LinkedIn Content?

    After reading digital content, there are many actions readers can take. Invite them to take the action you want them to take by adding a call to action. A call to action is the use of words or a statement to encourage a reader to act in a specific manner. You might have noticed calls to action being … Read more »

  • What One Thing to Advance Women in Law Will You Do?

    Seeing that in March we celebrate International Women’s Day, it’s perfect timing to remind you about my post from this time last year: It’s Time to Hear Her Story and Raise Her Profile. That post was one of my top five most-read posts in 2018 (the most-read post was Efforts to Retain Women in Law In … Read more »