Tag Archives: Legal Marketing

Register for next week’s LSSO RainDance Conference – June 7 & 8

LSSO’s annual RainDance Conference is the key resource of the organization.  The two-day conference is filled with high-level interactive sessions, roundtables and lively discussions with industry thought leaders. LSSO’s RainDance Conference – Register Today! When: June 7 & 8, 2016 Where: The Mid-America Club, Chicago, IL RainDance offers less of the theory and more of …

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Why Law Schools Must Change to Produce More Hirable Attorneys

Recently, I had the great pleasure of speaking at a Chicago Bar Association event for young attorneys on the topic of networking. After about 20 minutes I observed how ravenously everyone was taking notes and the deep level of attentiveness that I was receiving from the participants. While this is not unique to me as a …

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Attend the LSSO’s 13th Annual RainDance Conference June 7-8

LSSO’s annual RainDance Conference is the key resource of the organization.  The two-day conference is filled with high-level interactive sessions, roundtables and lively discussions with industry thought leaders. LSSO’s RainDance Conference – Register Today! When: June 7 & 8, 2016 Where: The Mid-America Club, Chicago, IL RainDance offers less of the theory and more of …

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The Evolving Role of Today’s Law Firm Leaders

The National Law Review is in attendance at the 23rd Managing Partner Forum today in Atlanta, Georgia. NLR Managing Director Jennifer Schaller is moderating a collaborative panel discussing investing in clients. Check out the below article by founder of the Managing Partner Forum, John Remsen. We all know that the legal profession has changed dramatically …

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The Evolving Role of Today's Law Firm Leaders

The National Law Review is in attendance at the 23rd Managing Partner Forum today in Atlanta, Georgia. NLR Managing Director Jennifer Schaller is moderating a collaborative panel discussing investing in clients. Check out the below article by founder of the Managing Partner Forum, John Remsen. We all know that the legal profession has changed dramatically …

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Lessons for Lawyers from Steve Jobs [VIDEO]

This is Small Business Week and I’m going to share with you some inspiring talks by business visionaries in this week’s blog posts. The first is one of the most famous commencement speeches ever given — the 2005 Stanford commencement address by Steve Jobs. One of my favorite lessons from Jobs’ talk is “Don’t be trapped …

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The Challenge of Developing Marketing Initiatives in Law Firms

In many ways, law firms can be tough environments to begin marketing initiatives.  The National Law Review had the opportunity to follow-up with the panelists at the Designing a Wholly Integrated Marketing and Business Development Model Panel at this year’s Marketing Partner Forum conference.  Ian Turvill, Chief Marketing Officer at Freeborn & Peters LLP, Beth …

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Asking for Business From a Distance

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Legal services are increasingly provided to companies located across the country or even across the globe from the firms that serve them; and this creates a new level of complexity when it comes to business development. Maybe you and your team flew to Dallas or Tokyo to make pitch. You think it went well, but …

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The Future of Law Firm Marketing with Deloitte CMO Diana O’Brien [PODCAST]

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In this podcast interview, John McDougall of McDougall Interactive and legalmarketingreview.com and Nicole Minnis of The National Law Review speak with LMA keynote speaker Diana O’Brien about her role as CMO of Deloitte, the future of law firm marketing, marketing technology, and the challenges that law firms face with traditional and digital marketing. John McDougall: …

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How to Set a Simple Social Media Strategy for Your Law Firm

With the proliferation of new social media networks and seemingly constant changes to existing ones, attorneys aren’t the only ones confused about how to tackle social media for marketing. Add to that the fact that most attorneys don’t have much time to devote to social media — nor do they have a department of experts …

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