January 30, 2020 | 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Social media is exploding with no signs of letting up. Lawyers can raise their profiles, find out what others are saying about their firms and potentially bring in new business. However, there is more to social media than tweeting and posting. Learn from millennials who lead social media at two of the largest law firms in Kansas City plus a director of social media at one of Kansas City’s best-known communications agencies. Panelists will discuss how to build a strategy, align with brand, choose content, select tools and define success. What are the ethical considerations for lawyers? This program is for marketers trying to get their lawyers onboard to use social media or for current social media users who want to keep up with these evolving platforms.
Shook, Hardy & Bacon
2555 Grand Boulevard
Kansas City, Missouri 64108
Connected parking garage east of firm.
$25 LMA Members
$35 Non-Members and any registrations after January 27
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Body of Knowledge (BoK): Communications, Technology Management
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About the Presenters
Alison Talbott, Shook, Hardy & Bacon’s Communications Director, combines strategic vision with hands-on technical experience to create award winning PR campaigns including targeted messaging and engaging social media experiences for clients and targets. Alison’s favorite social media platform to raise the visibility of Shook is LinkedIn.
Josh McCoy leads a team of social marketers as the Director, Integrated Channel Delivery at Trozollo Communications Group. He is versed in strategy, execution of email and search marketing as well as organic social media and paid social media advertising. He favors Facebook as his preferred platform.
Brianna Repplinger manages Polsinelli’s social media platforms as a Marketing Coordinator. She creates campaigns and executes the day-to-day postings along with providing meaningful data to leadership. She likes LinkedIn for lawyers.
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