The American Association of Law Libraries was founded in 1906 to promote law libraries’ value to the legal and public communities, foster the law librarianship profession, and provide leadership in the legal information field. With nearly 5,000 members, AALL represents: law librarians and related professionals who are affiliated with law firms; law schools; corporate legal departments; courts; and local, state, and federal government agencies. For more information, visit www.aallnet.org
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For over three decades, ILTA (International Legal Technology Association) has provided peer-networking and information resources to those who support technology in law firms and law departments worldwide. Strong volunteer leadership, a growing international member base, targeted offerings for legal departments, a wealth of peer-developed programming and a highly engaged community of professionals in the legal sector are testaments to our organization’s success. For information about ILTA, visit www.iltanet.org
LawMarketing.com is the premier destination for attorneys and legal marketers to find practical advice on the business side of law. Since 1977 LawMarketing.com has been where small to medium-sized firms learn to get more clients and generate more revenue. Visit www.LawMarketing.com/lma to receive your own copy of the “7 Tips to Creating Blog Content That Makes Prospects Want to Read!” video recording, transcript and checklist.
Law Firm Media Professionals (LFMP) is a national association of in-house and outside media and marketing professionals dedicated to improving how they deliver public relations and communications services to the outstanding law firms they serve. LFMP was formed in New York City in 2002 by two in-house P.R. pros, Joshua M. Peck and Dara McQuillan. Legal P.R. people meet with others in the field, to discuss the issues and challenges unique to this area of legal marketing. The primary objective of the group is to provide members with a forum to exchange ideas, experiences and information with one another and with the press on a wide variety of communications and media issues. The group meetings are relatively informal, fully interactive and provide excellent educational and networking opportunities. Guest speakers to the group include lawyers, media specialists, and journalists from some of the most prestigious news affiliates in the world including the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Associated Press, Bloomberg News, and of course, ALM. Membership is free and includes access to job postings and other relevant information. See www.lfmp.org for more information.
The Legal Sales and Service Organization (LSSO) is the go-to organization for education, ideas and networking focused solely on legal sales and client service. We provide law firm business development and service professionals with the resources and strategies they and their teams need to achieve the highest levels of success. LSSO’s annual RainDance Conference is the key resource of the organization. The two-day conference (June 7 & 8, 2016), is filled with high-level interactive sessions, roundtables and lively discussions with industry thought leaders. RainDance offers less of the theory and more of the practical, effective sales and service strategies for attendees to bring back to their firm and implement immediately. With an intimate setting, you can expect open and honest dialogue among the attendees about the challenges they face in meeting the demands of the increasingly competitive and evolving industry. http://www.legalsales.org/