Lawyer YouTube Video of the Day: Why Lawyer Ads Are Meaningless
There are lots of great lawyer videos on YouTube. (And apparently on some other sites as well.)
Here's one I came across this morning. (I tried to embed the video in this post, but our software is being
difficult. It's worth the click over though, promise.) It's a lawyer -- Jason Epstein (pictured) of the Premier Law Group in Seattle -- purporting to break down the "lingo" used in many attorney advertisements.
And it's awesome. From the background music, to the pitch for Epstein's book, to the air quotes when Epstein says "the best."
I've wondered before about the point of these hybrid infomercial lawyer videos. But I think I've decided that, from now on, I'm just gonna sit back and enjoy the spectacle. In this case, that of a dude who looks like almost everyone I went to high school with stumbling over words and making awkward hand gestures.
Posted by Eric Lipman on September 21, 2010 at 01:23 PM | Permalink
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