When In-House Law Firm Marketing Resources Are Limited … Here’s What To Do

WisdomWednesdayforWomenLawyersWelcome to another edition of Wednesday Wisdom for Women Lawyers.

Kimberly Rice of KLAMarketing.com supports women lawyers in building their practice.  In today’s edition of Wednesday Wisdom for Women Lawyers, Kimberly answers this question:

I work in a large AM100 firm.   I work very hard to develop my practice but I feel I’m at a disadvantage because the law firm’s in house marketing resources are limited and I’m not able to obtain their services when I need them.

Management is reluctant to invest additional resources for outside support. What should I do?

Press play below to hear Kimberly’s response.

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Cindy Greenway

About Cindy Greenway

Cindy is the Editor in Chief of LawMarketing.com, the premier online resource attorneys and legal marketers turn to for information on the business side of law. She is passionate about online marketing and helping attorneys stay up-to-date with the most current marketing strategies available to support the growth of their law practice. Cindy has supported businesses across the globe since 2003 by implementing marketing strategies to support increased online visibility and revenue generation.


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