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Lead Generation for Lawyers: The Best Lead Generation Strategies

Discover the highest impact lead generation strategies to find new clients and grow your law practice.

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The journey to acquire leads requires constant marketing efforts. The goal is to build a pipeline of prospective clients who have demonstrated interest. Not all potential leads will ultimately hire a particular lawyer due to various constraints, making it key to attain quality options.

Leads are potential clients who contact you or enquire about your legal services. They may find your law practice in several ways, including: 

  • When their Google search leads them to your website
  • When they click on a paid ad on another website
  • When they find your website through your social media channel
  • When they provide their contact information on another legal website, which provides their contact information to you

In our recent Grow Law Firm Podcast, we sat down with Ian Altman, a B2B growth advisor, to discuss elevating the law firm's clientele. Furthermore, in this article, we'll dive into the top lead-generation strategies that can help you attract quality clients and grow your practice.

What Is Lead Generation for Lawyers?

Lead generation for lawyers refers to the process of attracting potential clients, also known as "prospects," who may be interested in utilizing legal services. A lead is someone who could become a paying client. While larger law firms tend to take marketing and lead generation more seriously, even solo attorneys can generate a steady flow of quality leads with a strategic marketing approach.

Lead generation for lawyers

The goal of law firm marketing strategies is to generate leads. A prospective client becomes a lead when they reach out to a law practice in several ways, including: 

  • Calling the law firm to schedule a consultation
  • Filling out a contact form 
  • Leaving a comment on a blog post
  • Responding to a live chat box on a website
  • Sending an email / replying to an email newsletter

For many law firms, a free consultation is a standard value offering to generate leads and have conversations with potential clients. A consultation may be provided over the phone, via a Zoom/video call, or in person. Depending on the scope of the initial meeting, this initial conversation with a lead is called a “case review” or a “case evaluation.”

The goal of legal lead generation is not to be pushy but to get prospects to develop an interest in the firm and convince them to act, such as visiting the website or contacting the firm. This happens before the sales process kicks in and can involve various lead-generation strategies such as targeted online advertising, search engine optimization, social media marketing, and more.

In short, lead generation is the process of attracting potential clients and driving them into the sales funnel.


Why Is Lead Generation Important for Law Firms?

lead generation strategy for law firm

Lead generation is crucial for the success of any law firm. Without active and well-executed lead-generation efforts and strategies, a firm may have to rely solely on referrals and word-of-mouth, which is unreliable. A referral dry spell can lead to a slump in business, making it difficult to plan for growth and protect the firm's financial health.

By implementing a lead generation strategy, law firms can constantly attract new potential clients and keep their sales funnel filled with quality leads, ensuring a steady stream of new business and a brighter future.

There are also several other benefits of lead generation services for law firms, including: 

Benefit 1: Potential Clients Contact You (Not the Other Way Around)

By implementing powerful inbound digital marketing strategies such as content marketing and PPC ads for lawyers, potential leads will come to you – eager to discover more about your law firm and its services. You no longer need to send bulk mailers or hire salespersons to make unsolicited calls to promote your services.

Benefit 2: Grow Your Law Firm Brand Awareness

If your leads come from your website, your leads have the opportunity to learn about your law firm before they reach out to you. They can read your practice area content, look at your case results or client testimonials, and watch videos on your website. When they sit down to discuss their legal matter with you, they will feel like they know you. 

Benefit 3: You Can Gather Information before You Speak to the Lead

Your intake process can allow you to obtain information about your potential clients before the initial consultation. Your case evaluation form can provide a section for comments, or if a prospective client calls your firm, your receptionist can ask a few specific questions. You can use this info to personalize your response and determine the best lawyer at your law practice to meet with them.

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Lead Generation Process

Lead generation is the process of finding and collecting contact info (e.g., name, telephone, email, company size, job title) from potential customers to form a targeted list for marketing campaigns. This is essential for sales success.

It takes potential clients on a journey of several steps, from:

  • Being in a target audience pool to 
  • Being a potential client on your website or looking at your social media channel to
  • Contacting your law practice and becoming a lead

After they have reached out to you, you can pursue a second conversion: signing your legal leads up for your services. 

For most attorneys running small and mid-sized firms, obtaining quality leads is necessary for running a law firm. Leads are a hot commodity - procured via pay-per-click advertising offered by search engines, local SEO searches, social media content, and mass online directories.

Lead Generation Process

How to Generate More Leads for Your Law Firm

There is a saying, “There are many paths to the top of the mountain”. And there are many ways for a law firm to get leads. In our opinion, the best lead generation services for lawyers are systems that will bring not just one lead, but lead after lead, after lead - indefinitely. Below are some effective strategies law firms use to generate leads. 

— Invest in a High-Performance Law Firm Website

A professional website with useful, authoritative content allows prospective clients in all stages of the sales funnel to find you through Google when searching for keyword phrases related to your legal services. Page speed is a primary starting point for your SEO. You can check your website's page speed on Google's PageSpeed Insights tool or at webpagetest.org.

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Check your website's performance with tools like PageSpeed Insights

Page load speed is part of Google's algorithm; the first few seconds your potential clients spend on your website will directly affect conversion rates. Once your page loads (hopefully quickly), the real first impression begins.

As such, your law firm's website should: 

  • Look professional
  • Navigate easily
  • Have a security certificate (HTTPS)
  • Optimize media (compress images down without altering quality) 

A professional law firm website design agency can create a website that will be mobile-friendly on any device - and incorporate modern website design elements. 

— Create Powerful Landing Pages to Capture Leads

Google's goal is to provide their customers with the most valuable, relevant website for whatever they are searching for - and that should be your goal with your website's visitors. Landing pages can be used for traffic from PPC ads, paid social promotions, from articles on other websites.

Your landing pages should be: 

  • Professional in appearance
  • Easy to navigate to other areas of your website 
  • Relevant and useful to your website visitors 
  • Persuasive with prominent value propositions and calls to action

Content on landing pages should be written for the website visitor (of course), but with SEO best practices such as meta tags, descriptions, and headers. 

— Leverage Search Engine Optimization for Attorneys' Lead Generation

SEO for lead generation

Search engine optimization (SEO)  involves using multiple techniques to improve a website's position on a search engine results page (a SERP).

Unlike paid search advertising, you don't pay for your placement. Law practice websites earn a high position in Google by having content that Google deems relevant and valuable to people who visit your website.

Law Firm SEO best practices that can lead to organically-sourced, quality leads for law firms include: 

  • Having website pages that Google bots (the generic name for Google's web crawler) can index for desktop and mobile browsers. 
  • Using relevant keywords, phrases, and description text that relates to the content.
  • Utilizing off-site SEO to signal the website's relevance to Google. 
  • Incorporating schema markup to instruct search engines on how to use content. 

Following the best practices previously mentioned for a high-functioning website, optimizing pages to load quickly and securing the website with an SSL security certificate (which must be renewed yearly). 

Law firm SEO best practices have evolved significantly in the last 20 years as Google and other search engines have updated their algorithms. Because SEO is crucially important and ever-changing, many attorneys outsource their SEO work to a knowledgeable SEO agency law firm like Grow Law Firm.

Local SEO

Local search optimization for lawyers is similar to organic search results but tailored to potential clients in nearby areas, including neighborhoods, zip codes, cities, and counties. According to Hubspot, nearly half of all Google searches are from people looking to find local information.

— Use Paid Advertising for Lead Generation

Paid Advertising for Lead Generation
All paid search results appear at the top of the SERP marked with 'Sponsored'

Google ads for attorneys are not anything new. For many lawyers, paid search is a trusted and dependable source of traffic to a website and one of the most reliable paid lead generation sources for lawyers. 

Although it is possible to set up and run your PPC campaign by yourself (Google makes it simple), hiring a qualified lawyer PPC agency to manage your campaign can be one of the best marketing decisions you make. For a 12-month campaign, the monthly investment to an agency to manage your campaign can save you money. 

Leveraging a team of legal marketing professionals who know how to target ads and write effective ad copy is key to effective conversion. For example, vague or curious ad text may generate clicks, but curious clicks just to see what an ad is about can waste a law firm's advertising budget.

Google Local Service Ads

Local Service Ads are a pay-per-lead model (as opposed to a pay-per-click model). Lawyers that advertise on Local Service Ads have a badge indicating they are “Google Screened,” meaning Google performs a background and license check to verify they are in good standing. Lawyers can set a budget based on the number of leads they'd like to get, and ads can be paused at any time.

lead generation for lawyers Google local service ads example
The badge you see when a business is verified by Google

— Nurture Leads with Email Marketing

Email marketing is an effective tool to generate interest and encourage leads to become clients of your law firm, as it expands your reach and ensures that all those interested in your services are aware of your offerings.

There are three ways to get your website visitors' emails:

  • Blog subscription: A form on your blog can prompt your website visitors to subscribe to your blog to be notified when new posts are published. 
  • Email newsletter signup: A form on your blog can prompt website visitors to sign up for a monthly newsletter.
  • Gated content: You can offer a downloadable e-book or resource guide in exchange for potential clients providing their email addresses. 

— Utilize the Power of Social Media Marketing

engage with your community via SMM
Link to your law firm's social media accounts on your website

Your law practice can engage with your community, prospective clients, and existing clients through social media. However, converting leads from social media may be difficult, especially initially. 

If your social media channel looks like one long infomercial, you will likely face difficulty with channel growth and leads generated.

To ensure success, you should post content that increases engagement, such as: 

  • Attention-grabbing law videos
  • Content discussing actual legal issues (not just ads for your brand)
  • Interactive surveys and polls 
  • Fun contests and giveaways 
  • Sharing other people's content

Law firms that employ digital marketing agencies create more effective content plans. By doing so, they can increase engagement with their content and understand which days and times of the week are the most advantageous for posting content on various social media platforms.

"The better your intake process, the fewer leads you need to generate the same amount of revenue."
— Sasha Berson

This can be achieved by focusing on even the smallest details, such as types of images, tone of voice, and balancing frequency throughout the week. Through this strategy, services and products can be promoted to gain more leads and a higher conversion rate.

— Use Content Marketing 

Creating compelling legal content that resonates with your target audience is essential to digital marketing. People searching for legal services want useful answers that they can find easily - and your practice area pages can serve that purpose.

Well-written long-form content (1,000 - 7,500 words) that goes in-depth into practice areas or topics can propel a law firm's practice area page to the top of a search engine. 

Content primarily includes articles, blog posts, infographics, videos, and legal podcasts (as well as social media posts mentioned above). Remember, your website is only as current as your latest content, and consistently posting is key.

Content marketing for lawyers
An example of content marketing statistics

By sharing information through blogs, law firms can effectively generate site traffic, making it one of the most effective forms of internal lead generation. According to a Hubspot statistic, businesses with a blog receive 55% more traffic to their website due to increased organic search traffic and promotion of blogs.

Blogs can cover any topic related to your legal practice, but we find niche blogs targeting a specific area of law excellent. Having many posts about a specific type of case, or a particular area, positions the lawyer as a subject matter expert.

Legal Guides 

Gated content requires users to provide their contact information before accessing it, usually via a form. Businesses often use this type of content to encourage prospects to share their personal information and establish relationships with them, thereby increasing sales. Gated content can take many forms - but legal resource guides and e-books are popular. 

Offering legal guides or PDFs without contact information can be a strategic competitive advantage. Without the need to gate content, such resources can be indexed on your website to give greater visibility and drive more leads through search engine optimization (SEO). Ultimately, it comes down to your custom digital marketing strategy

FAQ Pages

FAQ Pages
An FAQ page example

An FAQ page can provide an invaluable source of information to potential clients and organic search rankings. If you want to design an FAQ page that will rank well in search engine results, research competing FAQ pages to craft content that stands apart from the rest.

Ensure your page is comprehensive enough to answer all pertinent questions and is relevant to the page's topic. If you have already posted FAQs on your website, you can use Google Analytics Content Drilldown to identify content that doesn't have many views or is performing poorly and can be optimized.

— Get Reviews and Referrals

Your law firm's reputation online is more important than ever. One bad review from a former client can be enough for dozens of potential new clients to choose your competition. The famous quote from Warren Buffet, “It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it,” is true. 

Any law firm with a presence online should be concerned with reviews reputation management. It is not enough to sit back and wait and see who leaves a review, when your competition is asking clients to write reviews. 

It is advisable to inform your client upon signing up that you will be requesting a review upon completion of their case. By letting your clients know that they will be asked for a review, they will be more likely to allow you to address any issues with their case before submitting a review on Google or another website.

— Take Part in Conferences and Seminars

Conferences and seminars for lawyers
You can add conference and seminar video recordings to your social media

Conferences, trade shows, and continuing education events are all potential sources for referrals. In-person networking events are great opportunities for lawyers to make meaningful connections. You can maximize the value of these events by:

  • Researching attendees ahead of time
  • Preparing your “elevator speech” - mention your many positive reviews! 
  • Focusing on purposeful conversations with a few individuals vs. getting your business card out to as many people as possible 
  • Following up via email or on LinkedIn after the event

Common referral sources are other lawyers in neighboring jurisdictions or attorneys in your area that handle different practice areas. Or they may be your direct competitors with more leads than they can take on. For example, personal injury attorneys that handle catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases may refer out any car accident case that is not a major injury. 

— Don't Just Sell Services, Deliver Solutions

The client vision pyramid is a useful framework for law firms to clearly articulate their value proposition to potential clients. It conceptualizes the legal industry as a pyramid, with three levels of client service. At the base are generalist firms that offer routine legal work primarily on an hourly basis. In the middle are large full-service firms with partners specializing in different areas. At the top are niche firms that specialize intensely in a particular practice area and can often provide fixed fee estimates.

Explaining to clients where they fall within this pyramid helps the clients better understand their options and shows how a specialized niche firm at the top can provide a dedicated solution tailored to their unique needs. This framework allows law firms to effectively define and position themselves in the market in a way clients may not have previously considered.

"We're helping the client make faster decisions and better understand what it can do for them. And they're like, oh, well, I want more and I want it sooner. It's natural."
— Ian Altman

— Offer Free Consultations to Generate Leads for Your Law Firm

law firm case results page
A case results page example

Free consultations are standard in certain areas of law, like personal injury. If you offer a free consultation, you can promote this heavily throughout your website, blog posts, and social media posts. These “ free consultations” may be called:

  • Case reviews
  • Case assessments
  • Case evaluations
  • Case planning sessions

However, free consultations are not always the norm in other areas of law, like family law. It is common for an attorney to charge a flat one-hour rate of time for a free consultation. The choice to offer free consultations or not is personal and depends on numerous factors.

Some lawyers offer a “reduced fee” case review - such as $100 or charge a full-hour fee, but credit it back on the client's first invoice if they hire the lawyer.

Regardless of whether you offer a free consultation or a full rate billing for an initial meeting, you can create a value proposition with your initial meeting with a potential client. If you charge a full rate for your first meeting, you can assure them that their attorney will be prepared, focused, and mission-oriented.


Ian Altman,  B2B Growth Expert, Shares Insights on Growing Your Law Firm's Client Base in Podcast

In an episode of the Grow Law Firm podcast, host Sasha Berson interviewed Ian Altman, B2B growth expert and founder of Same Side Selling Academy. They discussed key insights on growing a law firm's client base. Altman emphasized the importance of qualifying leads so firms can identify their ideal clients and determine mutual fit. He also stressed disarming the sales process by first understanding client needs and pain points before articulating how the firm may be able to help if deemed the right fit following an honest dialogue. The podcast provided valuable guidance about incorporating strategic needs discovery and relationship-building into lawyers' business development efforts.

"If you really want to thrive in this firm, you need to learn how to bring in business."
— Ian Altman
Ian Altman

Ian Altman

Founder of Same Side Selling Academy

Ian Altman is a leading growth advisor and bestselling author recognized globally as one of the top sales experts. He applies the insights gained from founding multiple companies to billion-dollar valuations in his work helping clients modernize sales and marketing.

As founder of the top-ranked Same Side Selling Academy and author of the book of the same name, Ian teaches strategic methods for determining fit with leads and building trust. Through energetic keynotes, he inspires audiences to transform their approaches.


Basics of Lead Generation for Attorneys 

Lead generation for attorneys has a straightforward agenda: get more clients. Targeted online advertising can help these efforts by narrowing focus and ensuring leads will likely turn into new clients. 

— Understand the Sales Funnel

The AIDA-model, developed by E. St. Elmo Lewis in 1898, describes customers' theoretical journey from potential customers to loyal patrons. Although it was developed nearly a century before the internet and has been modified for the modern customer, the basic themes of this long-standing model still hold today.

Consider the AIDA model in terms of potential clients finding a law firm on the Internet.

lead generation for lawyers AIDA model

— Main Stages of a Sales Funnel

  • A - Awareness: Many people that hire a lawyer do not initially start looking for a lawyer - they seek information about the current legal issue they are dealing with. This can range from mildly concerning (such as healthy adults researching estate planning well before retirement years) to highly problematic or urgent (criminal defense matters such as felony charges or looming indictments). Your potential client researches their situation - most likely through Google - to determine their options and the best course of action. 
  • I - Interest: After realizing they need a lawyer's services, the prospect starts looking at websites for several law firms to get an idea of what's available. They may find a law firm through pay-per-click ads, local service ads, or organic search results directing them to a blog or website.
  • D - Desire: The potential client is ready to speak with a lawyer - possibly several. They fill out contact request forms or initiate phone calls to request a consultation. 
  • A - Action: The potential client, now a lead, meets with a lawyer and hires a law firm.

Types of Content for Lawyers' Sales Funnel

Your client leads can find you at any point in the sales funnel journey.

There are three types of content your website visitors may read depending on their point in the journey:

  • TOFU (Top of the Funnel): Content for initial legal research, such as practice area pages, informational videos, and social media accounts
  • MOFU (Middle of the Funnel): Content for people looking for in the future, such as resource guides, blog posts, and client testimonials. 
  • BOFU (Bottom of the Funnel): Content for people ready to hire a lawyer, such as law firm landing pages, case results, and FAQs with calls to action. 

These are general guidelines; there is no hard and fast position for potential clients. Anyone really interested in legal services may thoroughly go through all types of law firm websites. 

— Understand Your Buyer's Personas

lead generation for attorneys buyer's persona

Buyer personas are detailed representations of a particular group of customers that share common behaviors, needs, and motivations.

They are developed through researching clients, products, and competitors (other law firms). Buyer personas play a role in all aspects of marketing, from messaging and segmentation to content creation and targeting.

Buyer personas help law firms define their client base better and develop marketing campaigns that appeal to client needs.

To start, create a semi-fictional client (or two) and detail their legal predicament. What is their legal problem? What services do they need from you, both short-term and long-term? 

When you think about your law firm website content, consider if it meets the needs of your buyer personas. Going a step further and putting yourself in your website visitor's shoes, would you contact your firm?

— Connect with Your Client

When potential clients approach you, focus on understanding their situation and asking the right questions. Show that you're there to solve their problems, not just sell them a service. Ask open-ended questions to gather information and demonstrate your expertise.

For example, instead of talking about your firm's size or number of lawyers, ask the client about their business and the challenges they're facing. This approach will help you build trust and show that you're invested in their success. Additionally, you can use this information to determine if the client is a good fit for your services and if you can provide value to them.

"Effective sales is not about persuasion or coercion. It's about getting to the truth as quickly as possible."
— Ian Altman

Try Paid Lead Generation Services for Lawyers

Generating leads through your website, blog posts, and social media can be done for free - the cost per acquisition is just the time of the individual who created it and the time for it to work. As you publish organic content, you gradually improve your ranking on Google's search engine results.

For law firms that want to “turn on the fire hose” on the sales funnel, there are a number of lead generation services for law firms. One way to do this is through barnacle SEO - where you get leads from another website that is very successful at search engine optimization and sells leads. 

The pay-per-lead model generally means you pay for the contact information of people looking for your services. This is different from pay-per-impression and pay-per-click models. Costs for leads vary widely - the American Bar Association estimated pay-per-lead prices go from around $20 to “north of $700”.

Ask lead generation companies about their experience in the legal industry in your geographic location and practice area and how they get their leads. Do they run a major lawyer directory or generate traffic by writing informative blog posts for a professional website? Some of the big players in lawyer lead generation are listed below. 

— Avvo Lead Generation for Lawyers

Although it features 97% of lawyers in the US, it is more than a massive legal directory. An online legal services marketplace, Avvo claims to have more than 8 million visitors each month - with more than half of visitors having an urgent legal matter. Founded by Mark Britton in 2006, Avvo offers targeted marketing with sponsored listings and customized display ads throughout their network. For more information about Avvo, see our Avvo Lawyer Marketing Guide.

— Nolo Lead Generation for Lawyers

Nolo is a legal website that offers do-it-yourself legal products, legal forms and software, and a legal directory. Nolo lawyer profiles and articles generally rank well in search engines. According to Nolo - their website receives visits from over 15 million people searching for legal information monthly.

They offer a pay-per-lead lead subscription model “designed to filter out non-viable users.” Nolo prides itself on full transparency. Their Proposal Generator offers expected lead volumes based on their historical website traffic and what-if cost and pricing scenarios.

— FindLaw Lead Generation for Lawyers

Findlaw, a Thomson Reuters business, is a trusted legal marketing provider which claims to have more than 11 million monthly visitors. Findlaw has been on the internet since 1996 and is one of the oldest legal information websites on the internet.

Findlaw claims to have (or have had) more than 18,500 law firm clients. While this is impressive, it does raise concerns with your competition. If a good lead comes in through FindLaw, will you receive it, or will a competitor law firm be given the prospect's contact information?

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— Lawyers.com Lead Generation for Lawyers

Lawyers.com is another major law directory in the Martindale-Avvo Network along with Nolo and TotalAttorneys. This directory website has been popular for many years, going back to the early days of SEO when keyword domains reigned supreme (think findcheapcarinsuranceonline.com).

— Unbundled Lead Generation for Lawyers

Unbundled attorney legal representation is hiring a lawyer for a limited, specific task, such as drafting a letter requesting information or preparing a contract. Services to clients are piecemeal or a la carte, and leads are available to attorneys with no commitment or long-term contract. This type of representation is also called “limited scope representation.”

Unbundled leads are available for bankruptcy, immigration, family law, or estate planning attorneys. Unbundled claims that because prospects are informed of cost ranges at the time of the inquiry, their conversion rates are higher than other law firm lead generation services.

— Thumbtack Lead Generation for Lawyers

Thumbtack is a service provider website where customers can hire for many projects like handyman services, house cleaning, personal chef, home organizing, and yes, lawyers (divorce lawyers, immigration lawyers, personal injury lawyers, criminal defense lawyers, and bankruptcy attorneys).

Lawyer profiles provide estimated costs, payment methods, lawyer specialties, FAQs, and more. Thumbtack profiles have verification checks for criminal background checks and bar licenses.

When researching strategies for the best lead generation for attorneys, remember that not all attorney lead generation services can get the same results - both in the quantity and quality of leads. In their 2021 Marketing Issue, the American Bar Association identified two problems with the pay-per-lead (PPL) model:

  • The quality of PPL companies is extremely variable
  • It is common for generation companies to cycle leads to multiple lawyers

If you are the fifth lawyer to call someone - who genuinely believed that one attorney would be contacting them - it is understandable that the lead will not be interested at that point. 

Do not blindly trust that any agency will magically supply quality leads - and if a lead generation offer sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Always ensure the process aligns with ethical standards for legal advertising and marketing in your state.

Check out our Thumbtack for lawyers review

Consult Attorney Lead Generation Experts Today!

A major benefit of working with a full-service law digital marketing agency like Grow Law Firm is working with experienced legal marketing professionals. Our law firms can avoid expensive trial-and-error mistakes and generate leads efficiently and effectively. Many of our clients have worked with different lead generation services, and we are familiar with their results. 

To learn more about how Grow Law Firm can help with law firm SEO services, lead generation, website design, or a full range of other digital marketing services to bring your firm more leads than ever, contact us for a free consultation.

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