In New York City? Have an interest in blogging? Want to learn more about blogging? Want to hear how lawyers have built a name for themselves and a good book of business through blogging? Looking or a little inspiration?
The New York City Bar Association is hosting Law Blogger Con, a discussion and meetup involving seasoned bloggers and non-bloggers about how law blogs can be used by practicing lawyers, law students and other legal professionals for learning, networking and building a strong word of mouth reputation.
Law Blogger Con Details
- Wednesday November 9 from 6:30 to 8 at the NYCBA, 42 West 44th Street
- Free to members, $10 to non-members
- Who should attend? Legal professionals including lawyers, law students, law professors who blog or dont’ blog.
- Introduction to law blogging (Me, 30 minutes)
- What’s blogging all about?
- How can I start blogging?
- How do you build a name for yourself from blogging?
- Can you build a book of business (or get a job) as a result of blogging?
- How do you learn from blogging so as to become a better lawyer?
- How do you build a network from blogging?
- Who are role model lawyers, law students and law professors who are blogging?
- Panel discussion of legal bloggers
- Peter Mahler, publisher of New York Business Divorce, myself and other law bloggers to be added (let me know if interested)
- Their experiences: What’s worked? What hasn’t?
- Their ideas
- Open discussion throughout
A “Beer for Bloggers (and others)” hosted by LexBlog will follow around the block at the The Perfect Pint.
Law Blogger Con and Beer for Bloggers is the evening before the New York City Bar Association Solo and Small Law Farm Practice Management Symposium which runs all day on Thursday, November 10. A big thanks to the NYCBA and their sponsoring association committee, Career Advancement and Management, for hosting Law Blog Con.