Were you born to be a marketing rock star? When you were in law school, were you thinking “I can’t wait to market myself as a lawyer?”
In these competitive times, law firms, large and small, should develop and implement a solid marketing plan and budget as key to effective business growth. Large firms typically have something that looks like a budget but is often not aligned with a strategic firm marketing plan, even is such a thing exists.
As the legal services arena continues to experience turbulence from a host of challenges such as what to do about your summer associate program to non-performing equity partners, we consistently advise law firm clients on an area of non-ending concern: cultivating effective rainmakers of lawyers who have no sales background.
Transitioning from school – - college, law school, grad school, etc. can be a shocking and confusing time for a young professional.
Do you want to develop greater career success by harnessing your hidden grit? If so, this is the program for you. In association with the ABA Commission on Women in the Profession’s “The Grit Project,” the ABA Women Rainmakers present a local program that allows you to explore this timely subject in a group setting with your peers. National business development and marketing expert Kimberly Alford Rice will be facilitating the program on May 13, 2015. Click here for more information.