By Elise Holtzman
On a daily basis, law firm marketing professionals are called upon to deploy their education, experience and understanding of the legal marketplace to help position their law firms for success. Even in firms that recognize the critical role marketing professionals play, legal marketers frequently encounter obstacles posed by managing partners and other lawyer-leaders who control the budget and make the final decisions.
While it’s understandable to become frustrated when your initiatives aren’t adopted, blaming management or focusing on what lawyers are doing “wrong” will not get you closer to your goals. Instead, improve your results and reduce stress by (a) understanding your audience and (b) deploying tools of influence that make it easier for leaders to consider and implement your proposals.
By Ioana Good
In today’s competitive business landscape, many lawyers and law firm leaders understand that it is no longer enough to provide stellar legal services, but lawyers also have to understand their client’s business and become their trusted advisors to help them grow. With COVID-19 thrown in the mix, law firms have worked more closely than ever with their in-house legal marketers and consultants to lead the charge and help law firms stay ahead of their competition.
Below we highlight various marketing partners, general counsel and other lawyers who understand the power of marketing. We also offer examples on how lawyers have grown in partnership with their marketing team. Let’s get to know them: