Legal Marketing

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Business Development Consulting

Proven results helping lawyers increase brand recognition, market share, revenues and profits.

Connecting Dots

I am an internationally recognized legal marketing and business development consultant.

I work with law firms, law companies and lawyers — Global to Solo — BigLaw to NewLaw — helping them thrive in the evolving legal industry by claiming a distinctive position and sustained competitive advantage resulting in greater market share, revenue and profits.

Since 2001, I have enabled lawyers to win more than $720 million in new business and help them connect the dots to:

• Acquire more clients by identifying new business opportunities.

• Deepen relationships with current clients by expanding business and cross-selling connections.

Increase profitability by shortening the sales cycle and boosting win-rates.

Gain greater market share, build firm, service and individual profiles, and leverage client relationships.

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  • The Next Decade of Legal Services — Part 2 — Managing Law Market Change

    The Next Decade of Legal Services — Part 2 — Managing Law Market Change

    To remain relevant and solvent, we must quit admiring problems and instead tackle and fix them. By Heather Suttie, Attorney at Work, February 2020 and The Law Office Management Association (TLOMA) newsletter, March 2020. In The Next Decade of Legal Services – Part 1 – Embracing Law Market Change, we discussed how the global legal market is […]

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  • The Next Decade of Legal Services — Part 1 — Embracing Law Market Change

    The Next Decade of Legal Services — Part 1 — Embracing Law Market Change

    Four “first principles” of change to expect in the coming decade. By Heather Suttie, Attorney at Work, January 2020 and The Law Office Management Association (TLOMA) newsletter, February 2020. Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future. — John F. Kennedy If you […]

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  • Commoditizing Legal Services

    Commoditizing Legal Services

    When many law firms are as fungible as peanut butter, savvy productization and exemplary service are differentiators. by Heather Suttie, Canadian Lawyer, November 2019; reprinted in The Dialogue on Remaking Law Firms and The Law Office Management Association (TLOMA) newsletter, January 2020. One of the most significant trends brought to the legal market by alternative law companies is the […]

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