How to raise your practice profile
Lawyers often do not wish to suggest that their speech is going to be humorous in case it isn’t. They hope to appear spontaneously or even unintentionally funny as it is safer. Click here for more information.
An ancient Chinese proverb says “- A man can wait long time before crispy fried duck flies off plate into open mouth”.
Whether you are a sole practitioner having a slow day, a junior lawyer vying for partnership or a partner trying to hang onto it- you need to let people know you are there. If you have the time Rotary, committees and associations are excellent tried and tested methods. If you don’t have time (and few people seem to nowadays) then an alternative is speaking, radio, legal columns, newsletters, interviews, events, TV, books and other ways of “getting yourself out there”. Click here for more information.
101 Reasons to Kill all the Lawyers
Named after Paul's blog 101 Reasons to Kill all the lawyers
This is a highly researched after dinner speech for the legal industry where he finds out about his audience, the characters, the running jokes, what is going on in the organization and puts it together in a funny speech.Â This tailored presentation technique adds to audience enjoyment. Paul uses law (and sometimes his cartoons) as a vehicle to deliver the laughs to make your dinner a success. Click here for more information.
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