Law Firm Branding Expert Rene Perras Appears on Qamar Zaman’s Subject

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New York, New York–(Newsfile Corp. – May 13, 2023) – CEPAC CEO Rene Perras, a leading marketing professional specializing in lawyer branding through strategic public relations (PR) efforts, is pleased to announce their upcoming appearance on the renowned Subject Matter Experts Podcast hosted by Qamar Zaman. The episode will air on May 14th, 2023, and will delve into the numerous benefits of PR for lawyers, providing valuable insights for legal professionals seeking to enhance their visibility, credibility, and reputation.

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Qamar Zaman Host – Rene Perras Guest – PR for Lawyers in 2023

The Subject Matter Experts Podcast, hosted by digital marketing expert Qamar Zaman, features industry leaders and professionals who share their expertise on various subjects. This particular episode will focus on the advantages of employing PR strategies in the legal industry and how they can positively impact law firms and individual lawyers.

The podcast episode will cover the following key points:

  1. Increased visibility and credibility in the legal industry: Through effective PR efforts, lawyers can establish a strong presence in the legal community, ensuring their expertise and services are widely recognized.

  2. Enhanced reputation and recognition among potential clients: By leveraging PR, lawyers can cultivate a positive image and reputation, establishing trust and credibility with potential clients.

  3. Opportunities for networking and building relationships with other professionals: PR initiatives provide lawyers with valuable networking opportunities, enabling them to connect with fellow professionals, industry influencers, and potential referral sources.

  4. Ability to showcase expertise and thought leadership through media opportunities: PR allows lawyers to position themselves as thought leaders in their respective fields by securing media coverage and sharing their knowledge and insights with a broader audience.

  5. Improved crisis management and damage control in the case of negative publicity: PR strategies can help lawyers effectively manage and mitigate negative publicity, safeguarding their reputation and minimizing potential damage to their brand.

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Rene Perras, a leading Lawyer Marketing Professional, a highly experienced and accomplished expert in lawyer branding and PR, will share valuable insights, strategies and practical tips during the podcast episode. Perras will draw on his extensive knowledge and real-world experience to highlight the power of PR in elevating the presence and success of lawyers and law firms.

Lawyers, legal professionals, and anyone interested in learning more about the benefits of PR in the legal industry are encouraged to tune in to the Subject Matter Experts Podcast on May 14th, 2023. The episode featuring PR for lawyers will be available on popular podcast platforms .


CEPAC is a renowned West Palm Beach, FL digital marketing company specializing in lawyer branding through strategic PR initiatives. With a proven track record of success, Rene Perras assists lawyers and law firms in building their brand, increasing visibility, and maximizing their reach within the legal industry.

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Please note that Rene Perras is available for interviews and expert commentary on the benefits of PR for lawyers.


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