Legal blogging gives information that is not available through regular media. It provides inside-out extensive information on a wide range of legal topics, case studies, real-life problems, and events. It provides a platform for law lovers to learn more about the field and become involved in it.
There are three main reasons why content is so crucial for a law firm:
1. To show your expertise in your legal practice
Publication of your lawyers’ remarks, as well as case studies on certain areas of law, will set your firm apart from the competition and establish it as a market authority.
According to Zahavian research, law firm websites with a blog but no active content writing received 237 percent more views than those without a blog. Actively blogging and contributing new content to websites generated nearly four times the traffic of inactive blogs and 15.9 times the traffic of websites without a blog.
2. To increase the level of trust between potential clients and you
Before they make a purchase, your customers want to feel connected to the company. This is true for businesses in any industry, but it is especially true in the legal services industry, where issues typically have a deeper impact on clients.
3. To build a long-term relationship with the client
According to a Google survey, 49% of consumers explore their legal issues before engaging a lawyer. If you provide actionable takeaways, the client will come to you with a new question or recommend you to their friends if they have another need.
Why should you transcribe witness statements?
In the event that one or more of your witnesses fails to appear, a transcription will contain all of their testimonies. You’ll be able to extract their statements and use them to support your argument. The script could be crucial to your case’s success since it can speak for you even if your witnesses don’t want to.
It’s critical to prepare yourself so that you can ensure an accurate, verbatim recording of witness testimony and court rulings using recorded or live audio video. Planning is the greatest approach to assure a high-quality deposition transcript. Lawyers and stenographers can collaborate to ensure that depositions are set up for effective audio capture from the start, resulting in accurate, admissible transcripts.
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