Free Online Training Session For Solicitors Who Want More Clients

"The 3 Biggest Mistakes That Keep Most Solicitors From Attracting Enough Clients and How to Fix Them"

In this no-cost online training on 25 June 2015 you will discover:

  • The 3 biggest mistakes most solicitors make in their marketing that stop them getting as many clients as they’d like
  • Why you need to use a different kind of marketing if you want to attract more clients who are ready to instruct you
  • The 3 Golden Rules for attracting more clients in the next 90 days

One of my solicitor clients increased his client enquiries by 30% using the techniques I’ll explain in this training session (and increased the percentage of enquiries becoming new clients by 36% at the same time). There’s no reason why you can’t do the same (or better).

Register your place now by entering your name and email address in this box

This free training is for you if:

  • you are a solicitor with responsibility for business development and client attraction (either a sole practitioner or a partner in a larger firm)
  • you don’t have as many clients as you’d like, or you don’t have enough of your ‘ideal’ clients
  • you want to attract more of your ideal clients to you (so you don’t feel like you are chasing after them or doing anything which feels ‘salesy’)

Imagine what it would be like if:

  • you could stop wasting  money on marketing that doesn’t work or is too expensive for the return you get
  • you could get more of your ideal clients to approach you, asking for your help
  • you had a constant stream of enquiries from ‘warm’ potential clients and never had to approach a potential client on a ‘cold’ basis ever again.

And what if you could do all that in a way which:

  • didn’t require you to spend money on expensive adverts or leaflets and
  • didn’t require ‘salesy’ techniques like direct mail campaigns or emailing or calling people you don’t know?

I am going to show you how to do just that in a complimentary online training session for Solicitors on 25 June 2015 at 9am.

As a former practising solicitor myself, I understand that you probably wish clients would ‘just appear’ so you can get on with the fee earning work that you really want to be doing.  So I’m going to show you how to attract more new clients to you (so you don’t feel like you are chasing after them) – without spending a fortune on advertising and without doing anything which feels unprofessional or uncomfortable.

You can attend this online training session via the web (you will be sent the website details) or via phone and you’ll be able to ask any questions in the Q&A session at the end.

To reserve your place on this training session, enter your details on the right.

NOTE: If you can’t attend live on 25 June 2015 at 9am, register anyway and you’ll be notified next time I run this training session. 

Register your place now by completing your details in the box in the top right of this page

About Your Host: Michelle Peters, The Business Instructor

Michelle Peters, The Business InstructorI am a former solicitor who now helps lawyers to get more enquiries from their ideal clients without being ‘salesy’ using my 5 Step Client Attraction System.  After many years working in the City as a solicitor, I understand that most lawyers don’t like the word ‘marketing’ and think it will lead to them compromising their professional integrity or somehow being ‘salesy’. But I can show you how to market yourself in a way that feels comfortable and ethical and which also brings you a steady (and reliable) flow of new instructions – from both new and existing clients.  I can also help you  turn more enquiries into paying clients by having ‘Conversations That Convert’.

If you are serious about getting more clients and growing your practice, and prepared to take action to get the results you want, then this training is for you.

Register now by entering your name and email in the box on the right.

I look forward to helping you get more clients.

Michelle Peters
The Business Instructor



I was attracted by Michelle’s experience and understanding of the commercial legal services market, and asked her to review my firm’s marketing and advise what could be improved.  She proposed a more coherent strategic approach, based around knowledge/education based marketing.  In the succeeding months we have been working together to implement those plans.  She has proved to be as good at looking at the detail as at the big picture.  It is still early days but I can already see a significant increase in the number of new enquiries, and the percentage who become clients.  In the first 6 months of this year, enquiries have increased by 30% and the percentage of those enquiries becoming clients has increased by 36%.  Michelle gives good value and I would recommend her to anyone running a practice similar to mine”.  Andrew Park, APP Law Solicitors

“Michelle is a first class business strategist, very result oriented, keeps you up to the mark and has improved my ratio of time spent on chargeable work by at least 50%.” Lynne Brooke, The Brooke Consultancy LLP
“I first met Michelle at her seminar on “Get More Clients Without Being Salesy – Marketing Strategies for Lawyers” at the City Business Library. I have never done any marketing for my law firm but I thought in these difficult times ‘what have I to lose?’. Well I found I had absolutely nothing to lose and much to gain. Michelle showed me how to use education-based marketing to attract more clients. I signed up for her “Get More Clients with Less Selling” programme and she has completely changed my mind on how to market myself and my business. It was not easy and you have to put some work in but I believe it will all be worthwhile. I now feel I have the knowledge and marketing materials and strategies. I need to help me attract more clients. I no doubt will be using Michelle again in the future. She is a pleasure to work with, and always well prepared for our sessions and I have no hesitation in recommending her.”  Avril Price, AJA Legal Services Ltd

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