Why have I written a YouTube videos round up post?
Well… I am really enjoying filming some new content and videos for my YouTube channel and if you read my blog you will know I recently uploaded a post and video titled ‘Where have I been?’. This blog and video discussed my plans for my YouTube channel going forward and what content I will be sharing. The content will be for law students and lawyers, so keep an eye out.
In the meantime I thought I would do a quick round up of some of the videos I have uploaded so far. Every link will open in a new tab, so you can watch the video with ease and then come back to this post.
What is Lawyer In The Making?
When I first gave me blog a design overhaul (quite a few years ago), I decided I wanted a short video explaining what you could expect from my blog. I still love and use this video (even if it looks a little old now) plus I was determined to make sure the butterfly made it in to the video.
My Q&A Video
I pulled together a few of the frequently asked questions I receive on a regular basis, and answered them in a YouTube video. This video is what sparked further videos being created, seeing as you liked this one so much, and gave me such lovely feedback. I cover frequently asked questions about my career, my blog and why I blog!
My new promo video
This is my new promo video, it contains me answering a couple of the frequently asked questions that I covered in my Q&A video. It is great to use at events or just to share with people if they want a quick overview of what this blog is about!
Does LinkedIn Still Work?
I believe it still has a massive role to play in terms of online engagement for lawyers and law students. See my thoughts here.
25 Random Facts About Me
This video helps you get to know me (the girl behind the blog) a little bit better. I always try and keep my content personal but professional. I keep my private life private, but always try and be approachable and friendly in the content I share, as well as honest. This video gives you a little insight into the things I love, my upbringing, the sorts of holidays I love and what I get up to in my spare time. As well as my love for Costa Hot Chocolate and crime/law related box-sets.
Stressing About Advocacy?
Public speaking does not always come naturally to us. Getting up and speaking in front of your class, or even in an advocacy task can be daunting. Here are 4 basic tips to help calm those nerves and make you feel more confident.
If you follow me on any of my social media platforms (or read my blog regularly) then you will know I am a massive advocate of law students attending legal events. Whether that is a seminar on a legal topic of interest, a public lecture, a conference – it is really important you try as law students attend some. Watch more on this here.
How do you follow up with people after an event?
In this video I share some of my top tips for following up with people you have met at events. Whether they told you to email them, or send across a CV etc. here are my tips for ensuring you do it well!
Law Students | How to use Twitter like a pro
If you have been following me for a while, then you will know that Twitter is my go to platform for all things law. It is the one I recommend law students and lawyers use, whether for research, news or engagement. I pulled together some of my top tips for law students, on how to use twitter like a pro – check it out here. Oh and I guess I can shamelessly plug my own twitter here, so give me a follow!
5 Top Tips For Using Twitter (Law Firms)
This video contains 5 very simple tips to help you use twitter better. The content isn’t just applicable to law firms though, they are useful for tips for lawyers and law students.
5 Further Tips For Using Twitter
In the interests of you, I didn’t want to make a stupidly long video (no one has time to watch that right?) so here are 5 further twitter tips!
My 2017 Law School Mission
You will see from my tweets that I find it really frustrating when law schools aren’t utilising social media or their websites properly. It is great way to engage better with their current students, other law schools and potential students. Check out my 2017 law School mission here.
Are you having problems at University?
Studying law can at times be challenging and you shouldn’t have to suffer alone. Equally if you are having problems at university or at home and these things are impacting on your studies then you need to speak to someone. Speaking to someone at your university can help get the problem resolved a lot quicker, even if it is just some additional support, a deadline extension or an acknowledgement that the fact the heating is never on will be looked into! Watch this video here.
I hope you enjoying checking out my YouTube Videos Round Up, and don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel whilst you are on one of my videos. Alternatively click here and then subscribe. It just means you never miss an new video.
Should I create another YouTube Videos Round Up post in six months time?