Partners & Collaborating Organizations

Successful advocacy requires collaboration among those driving change industrywide. LMA fosters collaboration with a variety of organizations motivated for positive change in the industry. These partnerships can take the form of access to or development of educational programs, ongoing peer-to-peer relationships, or support for each other’s programming and initiatives. Regardless of the form, these relationships directly and indirectly benefit the organizations, our collective members and the industry at large.

To read more about formal LMA relationships and discounts from select organizations, click the bulleted organization’s name. To learn more about the organizations themselves, click their names to hyperlink to their respective website.

    American Association of Law Libraries (AALL)

    American Bar Association (ABA)

    Association of Legal Administrators (ALA)

    College of Law Practice Management (COLPM)

    Corporate Legal Operations Consortium (CLOC)


Why LMA?

Harvard Law School (HLS) Executive Education offers a Leadership in Law Firms program, a six-day intensive study of a cross-section of professional service firms to help participants develop the perspectives and skills necessary to be effective law firm leaders. HLS is offering LMA members who have been members for two years or more a 10 percent discount on the program.

Leadership in Law Firms attendees learn frameworks and strategies for balancing professional responsibilities, strategic planning, improving organizational alignment, managing growth and change and motivating people and teams. Unlike programs purporting to be similar, the Leadership in Law Firms (LLF) program uses business-school style cases written specifically about lawyers, law firms and legal organizations, and brings to the classroom all of the research and insight about the changing global legal profession that the HLS Center on the Legal Profession continuously generates.

This program is designed for professionals who currently have, or are going to assume, management responsibilities (managing partners, senior partners, chairmen, chief executive officers, chief officers, executive directors, executive committee members, office heads, practice heads, sector heads) in their law firms. Click here to read other testimonials from past attendees.

Learn more about the program, and apply. LMA members who have been members for two years or more should indicate in their application that they heard of the program through LMA in response to the "How did you hear about the program?" question.

Please contact Phoebe Tamminen, market outreach manager, with any questions. You can also access this flyer to learn more.



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    International Legal Technology Association (ILTA)

    Legal Sales and Service Organization (LSSO)

    The National Association for Law Placement (NALP)

    Professional Services Marketing Group (PSMG)


Why LMA?

The Design Thinking Certificate Program at Rutgers University is a unique professional and management education learning experience opportunity. Participants work collaboratively in small teams to solve real world problems with guidance from experienced subject matter experts. Students learn how the best firms in the industry use new techniques to gain deep customer insights and drive innovation. Learn more about the program and hear from past participants.

LMA Members – Attend the 4-Day In-Classroom Certificate Program
For the January 29 - February 1 workshop, LMA members can enjoy 20% off as a single attendee.The session includes:
• 8 content-rich modules provided by design experts
• Design Thinking Portfolio & all course materials
• Daily continental breakfast and lunch

Please contact membersupport@legalmarketing.org to obtain your discount code.
Click here
to register.

    Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS)

    Standards Advancement for the Legal Industry (SALI)

    Strategic and Competitive Intelligence Professionals (SCIP)