September 26, 2018 | 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Elizabeth Duffy and Marcie Shunki
Join this interactive session discussion of competitive intelligence (CI) in the legal industry, based on a new study of nearly 100 legal executives. You’ll tackle a range of questions, including: How large are CI teams? How are they structured? How are firms using CI for competitive advantage and strategic growth? Why do law firm leaders rate their CI function just 6.4 out of 10 in effectiveness? What is the greatest challenge facing CI in law firms today? What traits make a CI professional successful? Come explore real-life examples and case studies of the favorite uses of CI, gleaned from interviews with CMOs and heads of CI. As an attendee, you’ll receive direct access to a complimentary executive summary of the report.
- Where law firms are in the evolution of CI
- The structure of current CI teams: how they are managed, staffed and developed
- What activities CI teams engage in and what tools they value most
- Case studies: how to best use CI for competitive advantage
- The path to creating more proactive, strategic CI teams
1152 15th Street NW
Washington, DC 20005
Note: When entering in the lobby we are straight back (the conference room is on the first floor)
LMA Members Early Bird (through September 14th) $30.00
LMA Members Late Registration (beginning September 15th) $40.00
Prospective Members Early Bird (through September 14th) $45.00
Prospective Members Late Registration (beginning September 15th) $60.00
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About Our Presenters
A seasoned presenter, Elizabeth Duffy's clear and insightful explanations of how Acritas data can be applied to solve law firm problems has secured her many high profile speaking engagements around the world.
Operating from Acritas’ New York office Elizabeth works closely with law firms globally and locally across North America. She regularly leads custom research projects including client review and thought leadership programs and presents research results to the management boards and partnerships of AmLaw 50 firms.
Elizabeth has developed a reputation among her clients for delivering customized research that is easy for them to apply to sharpen focus, set direction and meet their strategic goals.
Marcie Borgal Shunk is President & Founder of The Tilt Institute, specializing in helping clients make better, more informed decisions based on insights, intelligence and intuition. Marcie helps law firm clients position themselves ahead of changing markets. She is a recognized leader in competitive intelligence, client relationship dynamics and the business of law.
She served on the Legal Marketing Association’s International Board of Directors in 2014-2015 and has certifications in Human Synergistics’ Organizational Culture Effectiveness and Legal Lean Sigma’s Project Management White Belt.
Prior to founding The Tilt Institute in 2016, Marcie was a Principal at The BTI Consulting Group, spearheading research on the legal market. She has spent over two decades helping law firm clients with client development and strategy formulation both at BTI and as a Senior Consultant with LawVision Group.
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