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Crafting Your Social Media to Bring Attention to Your Firm’s Work

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Course Information

Time 11m
Difficulty Beginner
Topics covered in this course: Business & Professional Growth

Course Description

This series, produced in partnership with Law&Crime and led by Jesse Weber, will teach attorneys how to utilize social media to get their firms the right attention. From an immediate hook to targeting the correct audience and presenting the best “angle”, Law&Crime will show attorneys how to do social media right - and avoid any disasters. This series also features Ecleynne Mercy, Esq.  


  1. How to Write a Social Media Post with a “News Hook” That Will Get Your Firm the Right Attention
  2. How to Determine Who to Target with Your Social Accounts and Ensure They Pick Up the Correct “Angle” of Your Posts
  3. How to Avoid a Social Media Disaster Examining Real-Life Examples

About Law&Crime Productions:

A Live True-Crime Network & Production House

Located in the heart of New York City Law&Crime Productions is the production arm of Law&Crime Network, a multiplatform channel with live trial coverage and true-crime/legal programming. We create, produce, and develop true-crime and legal content for award winning networks/platforms like A&E, Cox, Facebook Watch, Justice Network, Cineflix, and more.

Credit Information

This course is not available for CLE credit.


Jesse Weber


Jesse Cord Weber is a host, attorney, and actor. Jesse is a host on The Law and Crime Network founded by Dan Abrams, the chief legal affairs anchor for ABC News.  He is also the co-host on Always In Fashion, currently airing on 710 WOR and on the iHeartRadio App globally. He is the fill-in host on The Dan Abrams Show on Sirius XM Radio Ch. 124. 

He has also hosted Crime & Justice on HLN and entertainment talk-show, The Jam, out of Chicago. Jesse appears as a legal analyst on Fox News, Dr. Oz, HLN, Entertainment Tonight, CNN, NBC and CBS and has served as the legal correspondent on Crime Watch Daily with Chris Hansen, and he has presented live as the Friday Forecaster on WPIX's PIX 11 News in New York. 

After graduating from the University of Michigan and earning his J.D. (cum laude) from New York Law School and law license from the New York State Bar, Jesse practiced in the intellectual property and litigation departments of Dentons, currently the world’s largest law firm.  Jesse also has completed the One Year Conservatory Program at The Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute.

Ecleynne Mercy

Mercy Law P.C.

Ecleynne Mercy is a proud graduate of Howard University with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a graduate of Western Michigan University Cooley Law School with a concentration in Litigation. Ecleynne started her legal career as an indigent defense attorney in Clayton County. Later, as an associate with the Cochran Firm. Ecleynne Mercy and her colleagues went to Ferguson, Missouri to act as legal observers for the ongoing protests involving the death of Michael Brown. The National Conference of Black Lawyers requested these lawyers go to Ferguson to work with the National Lawyers Guild (NLG) to observe and ensure protestors’ constitutional rights are not being infringed on by the militarized police forces and National Guard.

Mercy Law P.C.  is a law firm dedicated to serving the people of Georgia. It is her goal to provide the highest caliber of legal representation to her clients. She does this by listening to her clients' needs, properly educating clients on the law, and fighting zealously to uphold the rights of all her clients.

Ecleynne now trains other attorneys and law students to become legal observers.  She also conducts Know Your Rights Seminars all over Georgia to inform citizens of their constitutional rights when dealing with law enforcement.

Ecleynne has provided pro bono legal representation for Occupy Atlanta and Black Lives Matter protestors and continues to represent protesters against police brutality.


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