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By Jaimie B. Field
Do your attorneys know the difference between a customer and a client? I have always defined the difference as a customer is someone who buys something from you once, while a client is someone who keeps coming back to you over and over again; mainly, since the legal industry is becoming more transactional daily. And that subtle difference is what makes a lawyer just a lawyer and one who becomes a rainmaker.
By Melissa “Rogo” Rogozinski
As we move into a post-pandemic era of inflation and recession rumors, it is imminent that we make changes in how we operate and grow our businesses in order to move successfully — and profitably — forward. For law firms, we need to understand how marketing, business development and sales work together to produce new opportunities for revenue growth.
By Sharon Meit Abrahams
Firms are conducting their mid-year associate reviews around this time. What about partners? Typically, partner feedback is given by means of their new annual compensation. If your firm is not doing partner reviews now is the time to start. As firms are looking for ways to increase retention and survive the great resignation conducting partner reviews might hold the key. Doing reviews makes a statement about your firm’s culture.
By Anthony Davies
flexible sourcing models, with interchangeable or multiple service providers, is now becoming the mainstay for most client sourcing strategies. This outsourcing trend has been consistent over the past two years, with clients describing their strategies as “multi-vendor” and “multi-sourced.”