How Has This Criminal Barrister Leveraged A Big LinkedIn Following?

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3 thoughts on “How Has This Criminal Barrister Leveraged A Big LinkedIn Following?”

  1. Dominic D’Souza should be Queen’s Counsel – an opinion I know to be shared by most solicitors who instruct him in serious cases. He has doubles had a colourful past which I am sure, like Carman QC, contributes massively to his jury advocacy and his profound understanding of the human condition. It would be an irony if this past, so mportamt to Mr D’Souza’s skill is somethmg that might mean he does not take silk.

  2. A couple of years on and Dominic D’Souza seems to have gone from strength to strength on LinkedIn. He has nearly 10,000 followers and is one of the most influential lawyers on the platform. His posts are read by an enormous number of LinkedIn members and it seems he has utilised the benefits of LinkedIn very successfully in marketing himself and expanding his practice base of instructing solicitors. I note he said some time ago that he was perplexed as to why more barristers and lawyers did not use LinkedIn as he felt it had such enormous potential for the legal sector. I wonder if lawyers have now followed his lead.

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