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Darlingtons Solicitors LLP - The Importance of Marketing and Branding in the Legal Sector

Room 402, City Campus East


Would you like to increase your commercial awareness in preparation for applications and interviews? Find out more about the importance of marketing and branding in the legal sector.


Darlingtons is a 50 employee law firm in London which understands the importance of marketing and branding as key factors in survival/growth.

Our Marketing Manager, with 20 years’ experience in law, will look to educate and engage law and other students how employers now look at attitude almost as much as aptitude. The talk will include:-

1.  What's changed in law in the last 20 years

2.  Legal practice - service or profession?

3.  Key differences in different size law firms

4.  Why you may well be asked about marketing in interviews

5.  Why you shouldn't feel intimidated about marketing

6.  Why you need to start thinking about this now for your career

7.  What you can do to impress a small to medium law firm

To find out more about us and to get an idea of what we're about go to

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Room 402, City Campus East


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