How do female lawyers generate business via social media networks?

 

How do female lawyers generate business via social media networks?

A webinar presented by the IBA Women Lawyers’ Interest Group

14 JAN 2021 1600 – 1700 GMT

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During Covid-19, social media has become more and more important. This webinar will discuss the below issues:

  • General introduction to social media for business purposes
  • The difference between female/male use of social media for business purposes?
  • Which social media channel to use for business in 2020?
  • Which social media channel to use for whom or what?
  • How can I generate business?
  • Do’s and Don’ts

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Certificates of attendance for this webinar will be provided to all IBA members who have registered in advance and attended the live broadcast for a minimum of 30 minutes based on verified sign-in and sign-out times. Certificates can only be issued to the name provided at the time of registration.

Currently only IBA members will be provided with a certificate free of charge. IBA members should use the email address you have on file with the IBA to register for this webinar if you require a certificate of attendance.

Certificates for non-members are chargeable, please make enquiries at webinars@int-bar.org.

Clara Ann Gordon
Niederer Kraft Frey, Zurich; Website Officer, IBA Women Lawyers' Interest Group

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Lise Lotte Hjerrild
Horten, Copenhagen; Senior Vice Chair, IBA Women Lawyers' Interest Group

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Alexander Gendlin
Law Business – Consulting for Law Firms and Patent Attorneys, Vienna

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Mariana Norton
Cuatrecasas, Lisbon; Secretary, IBA Women Lawyers' Interest Group

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Annalisa Reale
Chiomenti Studio Legale, Milan; Conference Officer, IBA Women Lawyers' Interest Group

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