Designed for Solo and Small Law Firms
I will help you get clients, save time, and build your profitable outreach strategy.
Consultant; Keynote speaker; Leadership coach
Solo or small firms that want to build stronger systems that acquire and keep profitable clients.
Attorneys who are ready to grow their book of business and be known as a leader in their sector and community.
Lawyers who have demands on their time but want to increase their visibility and grow their practice.
Thinking of going solo - learn what is involved in launching your practice and getting clients.
Legal marketing professionals who want to learn how to help attorneys get business.
In just 4-weeks over lunch on Tuesdays you'll be able to:
When you contact a fellow law student, you are networking. Learn how to reach out to others and be known as a go-to person. Create a system where people call you and clients flow in.
People look you up on LinkedIn to get a sense of who you are. Where did you go to law school? Who do you know in common? What organizations do you champion? For attorneys, LinkedIn is less about getting clients than giving them confidence you are a respectable professional.
What organizations do you join? How can you get more from your membership? Too many programs offer the entire midnight buffet. You'll identify the approachable pieces that you can actually do.
The early sessions will be about building a foundation with your client systems. Once the plane takes off, we want to focus on being on auto-pilot. That way you can put energies into your law practice.
Diane is a consultant, keynote speaker, instructor, and leadership coach specializing in professional networking strategies.
She has worked with law firms, bar associations and law schools for 20+ years.
Top firms and law schools have brought Diane in, such as Yale Law School, Harvard Law School, and the Center for Women in Law at the University of Texas Law School.She is ready to make that information accessible to you.
Diane has had her networking strategies published by McGraw Hill in over nine languages, and is always eager to hear other research perspectives in this area. Dian'es most popular books are The Networking Survival Guide and Networking for Career Success.
Why building your network is essential and while the best time to start was yesterday, let's reboot and get going today.
You'll build an action plan that you can implement during the course.
Who suggested you go to law school? You'll start with people who already champion you, and identify networking activities to help you determine which connections to keep.
You'll dissect your LinkedIn profile and review exemplars: People will research you. What does it say about you? What is the first impression people have?
What organizations to join, what events to attend? How to reconnect with lost connections?
You'll pinpoint how to BEST use your time to outreach and build relationships.
You've now built your network foundation The next step is to maintain it.
You'll walkway with best practices on how to stay visible, grow your network, and tips to avoid burnout.
This course focuses on live workshops and hands-on projects
You’ll be learning in public through breakout rooms and an engaged community
Surround yourself with like-minded people who want to grow alongside you
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