New Resource for New Members
We have put together a new member packet with some info and tips that all members might find useful. Click the link to download the PDF.
Please let us know if you have suggestions on how we can make it better. Send an email to Membership Chair Laura Mack at email@example.com.
New LMA Northwest Blog
LMA Northwest is launching our newest approach to keeping you well informed, our Chapter Blog. The blog will allow us to quickly communicate updates to you, provide links to Chapter officers, allow you to comment and provide feedback, and become a forum for the exchange of ideas. Blogging is nothing new, of course, but we hope with our Chapter Blog that we will bring you even more value for your membership.
LMANW October Program
Connecting the Dots: Making Sense of Marketing Information for Competitive Advantage
Law firms are awash in data: financial, matters, contacts, research, and activities. But, what value can legal marketers get from them? How do we connect the business development dots from an initial contact with a prospect through file opening and back again?
Listen to Joe Przybyla of Thomson Reuters discuss how legal marketers can increase their value to their firms and bring their lawyers more actionable insights about clients. He will describe practical, successful methods of connecting “people, processes, and technology” for successful business development outcomes.
Cost: $35, members; $50 non-members
If you have any questions about this event, please contact Mark Reber, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Welcome to the web site of the LMA Northwest Chapter.
Founded in 2002 as LMA Seattle, our chapter's objectives include advancing the standards of professionalism among legal marketers as well as increasing their visibility and respectability throughout the legal profession. We welcome in-house legal marketers and encourage active involvement from attorneys, legal administrators, recruiting personnel, law students, professional services consultants, and media representatives.
As we continue to strengthen our chapter, we invite you to join our chapter and become involved.
|Mark Reber, Senior Marketing Manager, Bullivant Houser Baily PC
Mark Reber is the Senior Marketing Manager with Bullivant Houser Baily PC. Mark is based in the Portland office, but the firm also has offices in Seattle, Vancouver, Wash., and San Francisco. He joined LMA in 2011 and currently serves as the Northwest chapter’s VP/Programs Chair.