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Partner Hazel Wright featured in The Times Raconteur

  • November 26, 2015
  • By Hunters Law

Partner Hazel Wright has commented on the benefits of using Twitter and LinkedIn in conjunction with your practice in The Times Raconteur article ‘Is Social Media the ultimate legal branding tool?’:

Family law solicitor Hazel Wright of Hunters, for example, tweets in a personal capacity in order to show that she has “a hinterland”. “As a family lawyer, demonstrating one’s personality is especially important,” she says. Interestingly she has a strong following among non-UK lawyers, notably when commenting on issues such as cross-border custody. Crucially, she does it on a regular basis. “I build tweeting time into my weekly schedule,” she says. She also makes a point of belonging to the relevant LinkedIn groups.

Read the full article in The Times Raconteur here.

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