Do You Have What it Takes to be a Member of the Lawyers Video Studio?

Do you have what it takes to create great educational video? Find out here in the Lawyers Video Studio

Do you have what it takes to create great educational video? Find out here in the Lawyers Video Studio

You’re an attorney.

You’re a partner.

You’re an owner or stakeholder.

You can make decisions.

You’re responsible for marketing your law firm.

You’ve decided that you want to create video to market your law firm. Maybe you’ve heard me speak. Maybe you’ve read my book Secrets of Lawyer Video Marketing in the Age of YouTube. Maybe you read my Lawyers Video Studio blog or hundreds of other articles I’ve written.

You now realize how important video marketing is to your law firm.

Now you want in. You want to participate with me here.

You think you can simply call and sign up? Just like that?

Ah, no. That’s not how it works.

Remember, I do not just accept anyone into our video marketing programs simply because you can pull out a credit card and invest with us. Instead, I look to see if you’re a good fit.


I love working with really smart attorneys who can make decisions.

I love working with lawyers who are easygoing and are receptive to learning new strategies and techniques.

I love working with attorneys who appreciate being on the cutting edge and truly love helping their clients and consumers by creating great educational video.

 Are you right for us?

If you think you’re the right lawyer for us, you are invited to reach out to me and see how we can help you achieve your video marketing goals. You can reach me at 516-487-8207.

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What I appreciate about what Gerry does is that he doesn’t waste a whole lot of my time. He gets right to it and helps me focus on improving the video and focusing on delivering the message quickly and effectively. I really appreciate that. You need a coach. Somebody that can independently objectively look at what you’re doing and give you advice to make sure you do it right.

Eric Engel
Engel Law Group, P. S.