6,000 Lawyers. Millions of Voices. One Company. LexBlog.
LexBlog propelled itself at the start of the new century through the fledgling world of social media.
Today, a decade later, we are pioneering leaders known for our foundational knowledge and partnership in online practice development for legal and professional services firms.
The LexBlog Client Experience
With 6,000 authors across the LexBlogosphere, and a 96 percent retention rate among our subscribers, we place clients at the center of innovation.
"We make decisions based on what's best for the clients," LexBlog founder and attorney Kevin O'Keefe says.
In 2003, he launched LexBlog after successfully using the Internet to grow his own trial law practice and Prarielaw.com, which he sold to LexisNexis. Headquartering his new venture in his Seattle-area garage and self-funding the startup were a perfect fit for the entrepreneurially inclined O'Keefe.
O'Keefe learned firsthand that anyone could throw a blog online. But creating a professional presence, staying at the top of search engines, and being viewed by influential readers require a team of people who had to deliver on a quality promise.
Recruited from top-tier universities and leading communication, marketing, design, publishing and technology companies, the LexBlog team today provides around-the-clock support to clients. We begin with individual pre-launch strategic consultation and continue through with content monitoring, tutorials and tech upgrades.
Authoritative. Engaging. Original. Focused. Rewarding.
LexBlog was one of the first companies to embrace social media technology as a practice development tool for attorneys, a group of professionals who are notoriously discerning task masters.
Building a reputation for ease-of-use and excellence as our subscriber base expanded exponentially, LexBlog has earned recognition as a successful legal rebel from the American Bar Association and favorable reviews from other industry observers.
The LexBlog Network, and our affiliated LexTweet, LexMonitor and O'Keefe's Real Lawyers Have Blogs, are widely visited information sources for old and new media - including the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and CNN.
Press attention is nice. But what's even nicer is when our clients surprise themselves by the power of blogging and social media. They share their successes in starting new conversations, engaging their target audience and capturing the attention of the media. The accomplishments of LexBlog authors remain the true measure of our own.