Meet Patrick Lamb, who's hosting the upcoming Blawg Review #45 at his award-winning law blog, In Search of Perfect Client Service.
"One of the really cool things about blogging is developing an electronic relationship with someone and then finally getting to meet them," says Pat Lamb in a recent post on his personal blog. So, if you happen to be one of those who have yet to meet this exceptional lawyer blogger, this might be a good time to check out his weblog and see for yourself why so many others consider him a must-read law blogger.
Beyond his law practice areas, Patrick Lamb is committed to exceptional client service, and has written and spoken on client service issues including budgeting, alternative billing, and general service issues—topics regularly discussed on his personal blog, appropriately titled In Search of Perfect Client Service.
After reading even a few of his recent posts, you'll probably want to share Patrick Lamb's exceptional law blog with your own blog readers, and might even add his link to your blogroll. You'll be doing your clients and readers a great service by linking his law blog to your own, I'm sure you'll agree.
And please take a look through your recent blog posts, as well, and see if there's an interesting post you'd like to share with Patrick Lamb's readers who might not be familiar with your blog, yet.
If you'd like to have one of your blog posts included in the next issue of Blawg Review, follow the easy submission guidelines where we've got a link to a convenient submission form. Or maybe you've read something really good on another law blog that ought to be included in Blawg Review #45 and would like to help Patrick with his presentation.
You can help out by submitting someone else's excellent law blog post, as your recommendation. I'm sure Pat would really appreciate your help in the preparation of next week's Blawg Review, as would the rest of us who look forward to seeing the best recent law blog posts presented each Monday morning in an extraordinary way to start the week right.
Perfect client service? We're not quite there yet, but we're working on it with Patrick J. Lamb as our guide.