Get actionable steps for building your book of business.
Lawyers aspiring to become partners or start their own law practice are expected to do something that they may not have learned in law school or while studying for the bar exam: generating new business. Developing a book of business can provide a lawyer a wider range of career and leadership opportunities.
All lawyers face the challenges of incorporating marketing and business development into their practice, but women lawyers who lack the role models or guidance that men have or who lack confidence have a greater challenge in cultivating a book of business. This is why it is extremely important that female attorneys share their experiences and knowledge.
Note: The content of this program does not meet requirements for continuing legal education (CLE) accreditation. You will not receive CLE credit for participating.
- Haley White, Partner, James McElroy & Diehl, P.A.
- Stephanie Pidermann, Partner, Lydecker LLP
- Candice Pinares-Baez, Director of Legal Affairs, Hard Rock International
- Lexi Lutz, Corporate Counsel, Extended Stay America / Professional Development Director, ABA Young Lawyers Division