Rachel Casper

About Rachel Casper

Rachel joined LCL | Mass LOMAP in 2010. As Marketing Director, she coordinates the creation, curation, and dissemination of resources available to help lawyers, law students, and other legal professionals in Massachusetts.
24June, 2019

Creating Effective Copy + Content to Promote Your Law Practice [Webinar]

Donna Knox, Esq. shares the foundation you need to start optimizing your writing into better marketing efforts in this installment of Webinars for Busy Lawyers — in 30 minutes.
Do you want your website, blog posts, emails, and articles to attract the right audience? Do you want to become the likable authority who people seek out when […]

13June, 2019

Proposals for ABA TECHSHOW 2020 Due June 21st!

ABA TECHSHOW is THE premier legal technology conference — and is calling for proposals for its 2020 conference, running from February 26 – 29 in Chicago.
Using technology can be critical to your success as a lawyer — but it depends on how you use it. As technology rapidly advances, it can feel overwhelming to stay informed […]

11June, 2019

MBA Sourcing Input to Better Support Solo + Small Law Practices

If you practice law in a solo or small law firm, answer 7 quick questions to help the MBA help you.
Law practice management is just one unique challenge solo and small firm lawyers face. As you may know, our organization offers free and confidential advice on law practice management and support for solo and small firm […]

23May, 2019

Anatomy of a Law Firm Data Breach [Guest Post]

Is a data breach in your law practice inevitable? Understand the common elements of a breach and plan to minimize risks to your clients and business.
We thank Sharon D. Nelson, Esq. and John W. Simek at Sensei Enterprises, Inc. for this helpful guest post!

INTRODUCTION.

“I could have evaded the FBI a lot longer if I had been able […]

17May, 2019

Marketing Plan Considerations for Solo and Small Law Practices

Solo and small law practices need marketing plans — but they can’t waste time. Focus on connection, and find everything you need to consider here.
Lawyers who choose to work in solo and small practices choose to do more than practice law. Solo and small firm lawyers choose to be businesspeople. Developing business and managing the […]

9May, 2019

Outsourcing Your Overflow Work as a Lawyer [Webinar]

Dina Eisenberg, Esq shares the essentials of delegating work as a lawyer with this installment of Webinars for Busy Lawyers.
Lawyers need to delegate. But there was no course in law school that taught which work to delegate, how to select the right person with the right expertise for outsourcing, or how to decide the right […]

2May, 2019

Published: Our Annual Report for Fiscal Year 2018

After a busy 40th year of service, we invite you to take a look and see what our organization accomplished in FY18.
As an independent nonprofit organization, Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers is the exclusive Lawyer Assistance Program for Massachusetts and operates the Massachusetts Law Office Management Assistance Program. We’ve been serving the Massachusetts bar since 1978, and […]

25April, 2019

13 Top FAQ on Cybersecurity from Lawyers [Guest Post]

As critical as it is, cybersecurity can feel so overwhelming that many lawyers don’t know where to start. Get the experts’ answers to the most frequently asked questions they hear from lawyers here — along with our best resources for lawyers to lock down their data.
We thank Sharon D. Nelson, Esq. and John W. Simek […]

18April, 2019

Social Media for Lawyers: Practical + Ethical Tips [Webinar]

Megan Zavieh, Esq. will cover what lawyers need to know to use social media effectively and ethically — in 30 minutes or less — with this installment of Webinars for Busy Lawyers.
Social media is a powerful marketing tool if lawyers know how to use it well. Use it improperly and it becomes an ethical nightmare, but use […]

11April, 2019

Elevator Speech: What Lawyers Need to Understand

If you’re looking at every new connection getting ready to deliver your pitch, you’re doing it wrong. Focus on what matters.
Save your elevator pitch for Startup Alley. You might never need to deliver an actual elevator pitch per se. You’ll always need to introduce your name and the work you do in a variety of […]