Modern technological tools make estate planning easier, but they present new responsibilities to keep your clients’ data safe. Because cybercriminals aim 43 percent of their attacks at small businesses, your law firm may be vulnerable without proper cybersecurity measures in place. A constant battle occurs in which hackers attack and IT professionals defend data and financial assets. Keep reading to learn helpful tips to safeguard your clients’ private information.
Storytelling is a powerful way to grow your law practice, especially if you can leverage the power of video. Eighty-two percent of global Internet traffic comes from video downloads and streaming. Providing valuable content through videos can build interest that will encourage viewers to become clients. Adding videos to your website and social media accounts will only be effective if you learn to do it right, however. Keep reading to learn the best storytelling techniques and video production tips.
Caring for clients’ needs and keeping up with a full work schedule can take a heavy toll on an attorney’s mental and physical health. In fact, the rate of depression among attorneys is nearly four times higher than that of the general population. With the World Health Organization (WHO) celebrating its seventy-fifth anniversary on World Health Day April 7, now is a great time to prioritize your well-being. A stressful lifestyle can put you at risk for mental health issues and substance abuse, which are likely to negatively impact your practice and lead to malpractice lawsuits and professional disciplinary actions. Keep reading to learn effective ways to maintain your health.