Law Firm Overview Videos

Show Prospective Clients Why
Your Firm is Right for Them

Enhance Your Brand and Your Firm’s
Leadership Position through Video

Creating Law Firm Video

Law Firm Overview Videos provide potential clients with information about the firm and why the firm is right for them. Effective law firm overview videos are generally 60-90 seconds in length and typically show:

  • Attorneys and staff interacting 
  • Attorneys discussing a case with a client (often someone standing in as a client)
  • The exterior of a firm’s office (so that new clients will know where to go)
  • An attorney talking about the firm (or a professional voice-over)
  • A firm client discussing their experience with the firm

Creating Your Firm Overview Video –
The Strategy Session

A 60 minute strategy session with our CEO is included with our overview videos.  The purpose of the strategy session is to learn about your firm and to discuss the key elements to be featured in your video, as well as who should be in the video. The strategy session then serves as a master plan for the video production.

Based upon the strategy session, the following are prepared:

  • A list of the scenes to be filmed
  • A list of the attorneys and staff to be included
  • The key questions to ask the attorneys
  • Suggested answer points in response to the key questions
  • Clients to be included (if a client testimonial is to be part of the video)

Is the Video Scripted?

Usually not. Attorneys and clients usually come across much better if they are genuinely answering a questions or explaining about what they do, rather than reading from a script.  If a script is desired, we can work to have this prepare.

How Much Time is Required?

Law Firm Overview videos generally take 2-3 hours to shoot. We shoot a variety of scenes which can included firm attorneys, client testimonials, and staff interacting.

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