Local Group Spotlight
Welcome to the web site of the LMA Northwest Local Group.
Founded in 2002 as LMA Seattle, our group'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 Local Group, we invite you to join our group and become involved.
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.
Karie Trujillo, Marketing and Client Relations Director, Markowitz Herbold PC
Markowitz Herbold is a litigation law firm that tries high-stakes business disputes for individuals, companies and state, local and regional governments, to juries, judges and arbitrators. The firm is known for resolving complicated and challenging cases.The firm is based in Portland, Oregon, and its lawyers practice before state and federal trial courts in the Northwest and across the country. Karie is the Marketing and Client Relations Director of Markowitz Herbold. As her firm’s only marketing person, she is in charge of all marketing and business development activities including lead generation, digital marketing, advertising, public relations, community involvement, client satisfaction and attorney coaching.
Printcom, Inc. – Printers we are... just printers we are not
Printcom is a long time sponsor of LMA Northwest. Printcom began in 1986 with a small printing press and a big idea and now Jim and Judy Coovert are celebrating their 30-year anniversary! Printcom offers a vast array of promotional products and services. They create everything from the most basic business cards to extraordinary items, such as full-sized, imprinted sport towels shrink wrapped to the size and shape of a putting green, with a real golf ball in the middle.