Twitter can be a powerful tool for lawyers, allowing them to increase their visibility, build a personal brand and broadcast expertise quickly and effectively. Join us for this 60-minute webinar where you and your colleagues will disco ver:
A step-by-step demonstration on how to use Twitter
Strategies for using Twitter to market yourself and enhance your brand
How to build a following and keep up with the legal industry
Ways you can take advantage of the latest Twitter tools and applications
Get up to speed on networking and microblogging
Melissa Brown is a family law practitioner in Charleston, SC. In 1993, she began practicing exclusively in the Family Courts of SC and opened Melissa F. Brown, LLC in 1999.
Melissa is a representative of the SC Family Law Council; she also served as Chair of the Council. Under her leadership, the Council published the first SC Family Lawyers' Tool Kit. Melissa is very involved with the ABA Family Law Section.
Melissa has presented numerous CLEs for the SC Bar, ABA FLS, and the National Business Institute. Her family law related articles are published in national and state journals such as the SC Law Review, the American Journal of Family Law, the State Bar of Georgia Family Law Review, The South Carolina Lawyer, and the ABA Family E-Newsletter. Melissa has also presented nationwide phonecasts for the ABA and Atticus Legal Consulting Group.
She is presenting the Twitter conferences: Effective Legal Tweets to Avoid Sounding Like a Twit! as part of the Plenary Session titled "Don't Curse the Darkness… Light a Match," at the ABA FLS 2009 Fall CLE Conference, Montreal, Quebec, Canada and To Tweet or Not to Tweet: Social Networking: Help or Hindrance to the Family Law Practice, at the LEI National CLE Conference, Vail, Colorado.
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*"Twitter 101 for Lawyers: Everything You Need To Start Tweeting"* * Live, 60-Minute Webinar * * Wednesday, November 4, 2009 - 1:00-2:00 p.m. ET *