Who do clients hire - the lawyer or the law firm? LMA Annual Conference 2019 recap
Blogs are a useful communication tool for the legal world. Attorneys and legal marketers have grasped this more casual and informative approach to connect with their current and potential clients for years. And why not? This approach is a perfect means by which attorneys can demonstrate their knowle
The "Changing the Legal Landscape and the Opportunity for Legal Marketing Professionals" luncheon on February 13th is sold out. We're excited and looking forward to hearing from our distinguished panel of speakers.
Don’t miss your best annual opportunity to get up to speed on the latest and greatest approaches to legal marketing and business development. Here are some of the benefits of attending https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5QIUA3q_myw#t=26
Lawyers are always interested in getting more work and better work from their existing clients. If you ask a lawyer what his or her client really wants, the lawyer is likely to say “good legal work.” If you ask the client, you’ll get a far different answer. The client’s answer is what counts.