Wednesday, August 31, 2016

12:00pm - 1:00pm

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Offices of Stikeman Elliott 
666 Burrard Street
Suite 1700
Vancouver, BC V6C 2X8

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LMA Vancouver 
Legal Marketing Association Vancouver Chapter 

Midday marketing brown bag lunch series 

Didn't make this year's LMA Conference? We've got you covered!

LMA Vancouver is delighted to give our members the opportunity to stay up to date - free of charge - with thought leadership on legal marketing trends through our 'Midday Marketing' lunch seminar series, featuring video recordings of actual sessions from the 2016 LMA Annual Conference.

Join us on Wednesday, August 31 for the final seminar in the series, to gain valuable insights from a panel of experts into the law firm of the future.

Title: "Marketing Management and Leadership"

  • David Brady, Chief Executive Officer, Vuture
  • Justin L. Portaz, Director of Global Client and Business Development, Jenner & Block LLP
  • Kim Perret, Chief Marketing Officer, Jones Walker
  • Wendy Taylor, Chief Marketing Officer, Reed Smith

Summary: In many businesses, marketing is the driving force behind strategy, innovation, pricing and structure - but not always in legal.

If CMOs could build the law firm of the future, what would it look like? Taking time to reflect on the future of legal business, this session examines the opportunities and challenges firms will face. How will firms and the business world change over the next five years?

Get the panellists' insights into the key questions:

  • What services would you offer and why?
  • How would you price?
  • What role would marketing play?
  • What role would lawyers play?
  • What could be done differently to ensure clients' needs are met?
  • What role would technology play?
  • What would the new firm look like?

Space is limited, so register early to avoid disappointment. We look forward to seeing you there!

NOTE: this is a 'brown bag' lunch seminar - participants should bring their own lunch.

Not an LMA member?
Not a problem! Non-members can also attend for a fee of $25 per session.