3 Outlook Email Templates For Lawyers

40 Outlook Email Templates For Lawyers

Outlook email templates for recruiters are a valuable resource and worth spending some time putting together and refining.

With a batch of well written Outlook email templates, these will support you throughout your ongoing communication with a client or other legal representatives.

From the first communication with potentials clients. All the way through to finalising and legal documents and settlements.

So drafting and constantly updating your templates for common occasions can save a lot of repetitive email writing.

In this blog post, I am going to show you no less than 40 amazing email templates that you can use day to day.

How good is that.

1. POST EVENT FOLLOW-UP

Hi {Firstname},

It was great meeting you at [event name] yesterday. [Insert specific info about them]

As discussed, I work primarily in [your practice area], and I get a fair amount of potential clients in [their practice area] whom I typically turn away. There could be a great opportunity to exchange case requests for our respective practice areas. Since you focus on [their practice area], I think it would be advantageous for both of us to refer cases to each other.

Please let me know if you have 10-15 minutes on [2-3 weekdays from now] to discuss how we might be able to help one another.

Best regards,

Looking forward to hearing from you soon.

Regards,

[INSERT YOUR NAME]

[EMAIL SIGNATURE]

Why It Works

An engaging Outlook email template to form a strong force of potential clients.

Make sure you send this email with 24 hours of meeting someone. You want to be fresh in their mind. The second section makes you stand out by showing you actually care about them.

Being clear in your email that you want a quick call about a potential partnership shows your intentions. As well as giving the reader a clear call to action.

2. FOLLOW-UP TO NON-RESPONDERS

Hello {Firstname},

I’m sure you’re very busy, but I wanted to see if you had a chance to read my previous email.

Thanks,

[INSERT YOUR NAME]

Why It Works

Sounds simple. but sometimes simplicity works.

People often assume that getting a non-response means their original email was not persuasive enough. In reality, the recipient is probably so inundated with emails that they just didn’t get the chance to read yours and just need a gentle nudge.

Reply to your original email to create a continued thread. Remember, the ultimate goal here is to pique their interest just enough so that they will set a meeting with you. One of the biggest turn-offs is sounding canned or pushy.

3. COLD OUTREACH TO ATTORNEYS

Hi {Firstname},

I was doing some research on [their practice area] attorneys in [their city/region] and your name came up. I run [your firm name], and we get many inquiries from potential [their practice area] clients whom we have to turn down. I was impressed by your firm’s online reputation, and I think we could both benefit from exchanging referrals that fall outside of our respective practice areas.

[Info about what your firm does and the types of cases/locations you focus on] Please let me know if you have 10-15 minutes on [2-3 weekdays from now] to discuss a potential referral partnership.

Best regards,

[INSERT YOUR NAME]

[EMAIL SIGNATURE]

Why It Works

 The first line indicates that you have a genuine interest in them specifically. It is important to keep the tone conversational and personal.

Your online reputation and web presence should speak for itself, so avoid using any bulleted lists or other sales pitch material in your email.

You simply want them to understand who you are and why you are reaching out, and let them decide if they’d like to discuss the next steps. The follow-up template for non-responders will work as a second email here as well.

Conclusion

There you have it. Our 3 Outlook email templates for Lawyers. Which should cover most situations you may come across day-to-day.

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