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Social Media Boot Camp (Adrian Dayton)

Date

Wednesday 02 March 2011

Time

9:00AM - 5:00PM

Where

Lecture Theatre, Law Institute of Victoria
470 Bourke Street, Melbourne

Format

Workshop

CPD Units

6.00

PD Area

Practice Management and Business Skills

Price

Standard Price
$485.00 Member
$405.00 Young Lawyers / New Solicitor
$585.00 Non-Member
All pricing is in Australian Dollars and is inclusive of GST
Lawyers will have another chance to attend Adrian’s Social Media Boot Camp.  

In March of 2010, Adrian Dayton put on the country’s first ever Social Media Boot Camp for Lawyers. The workshop was attended by many of the top law firms as well as by many practitioners from smaller and medium practices who found that the one day practical course met and exceeded their needs.

Adrian also provided the recent keynote by video link at the inaugural LIV Future Technology Conference 2010.

Participants will learn how to:
  • Build their brand online
  • Develop thought leadership and
  • Rise to the top of search results.
Adrian says, “It isn't about what you know, or who you know. Online it is all about what you SAY. Through blogs, social media and marketing strategy lawyers can gain a national and international reputation. It’s time to get rolling.”

About the Presenter

Adrian Dayton, author of Social Media for Lawyers, helps law firms bring in business through social media. His clients include Global 100 and AmLaw 100 Firms and past clients have included professional organizations as well as mid-sized law firms.  Adrian especially likes working with Australian lawyers and in March of 2010 he travelled to Australia to put on the country’s first Social Media Boot Camp for Lawyers.

In 2011 Adrian, will be out in Australia again for the month of February and the first part of March where he will be giving a keynote address at the Law Institute of Victoria Conference of Councils in the Yarra Valley just outside of Melbourne.

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This activity is presented as a part of the LIV Professional Development program and has been designed to meet the CPD needs of lawyers. If this activity meets your CPD needs, you may claim 1 CPD unit for each hour attended as per the Legal Profession Uniform Continuing Professional Development (Solicitors) Rules 2015.
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