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Key strategies for Law Firms 2011 – Driving Business development in Law Firms

15th Dec, 2010 / Netlaw Media, News

Following a ‘Sold Out’ series in 2009 which accommodated a capacity delegation of senior representatives from over 230 Law Firms, Corporate Legal Departments and Associations, Netlaw Media has announced the biennial ‘Key Strategies for Law Firms’ law conference will return to London, United Kingdom on the 18th May 2011.

“With one of the UK’s best known law personalities expected to be announced as the event keynote speaker in early January, the 2011 return of Netlaw Media’s flagship event will coincide with some of the biggest changes to the sector since the inception of the profession” said Frances Anderson, Managing Director of Netlaw Media. “With the induction of alternative business structures coming into effect, combined with the fact that law firms must improve their brand and business development strategies, the upcoming Key Strategies event will focus on driving business development in law firms and will explore a range of proven formulas to expand revenue streams and client portfolios, whilst elevating employee development skills and law firm branding”.

“In 2009 when we last presented Key Strategies for Law Firms, the event educated law firm management on how to survive a recession and attracted capacity audiences at all 3 locations where the event was held” said Anderson, “and as we are now out of recession, we have found that pro-active law firms are seeking to explore initiative ways to increase business by adopting new strategies to attract and retain clients. The 2011 key strategies event will bring together experts to demonstrate how law firms’ can increase their client portfolios by examining a range of topics from branding and pricing models to adopting a strong public relations, media and social media presence”.

With the events keynote speaker to be announced soon, a pre-event sell out of Key Strategies for Law Firms 2011 is fully anticipated by the organisers. Netlaw Media has a tradition of attracting capacity audiences to its major events and recently posted a sell out of one of the biggest law management conferences in the UK. By combining the right mix of speakers with well timed topics of high importance, the Chancery Lane based Netlaw Media has quickly adopted the title as one of Europe’s finest law event organisers and expects the 2011 Key Strategies event to be its 5th major conference sell out in succession. The return of this leading law event will bring together highly respected professionals from both the legal and commercial sectors to examine and explore a wide range of business development methodologies and techniques proven to increase business in law firms who are seeking to evolve in this age of change and opportunity – a must attend event for all law firm management.

Confirmed speakers scheduled to appear at ‘Key Strategies for Law Firms 2011’ include

  • Prof Stephen Mayson – Director – Legal Services Institute at the College of Law
  • Charles Christian – CEO – Legal Technology Insider
  • Craig Holt – CEO – Quality Solicitors
  • John Young – Co-Chairman – Hogan Lovells International LLP
  • Neil Kinsella – CEO / Managing Partner – Russell Jones & Walker
  • Emma Shipp – Managing Partner – Sprecher Grier Halberstan
  • Elliot Moss – Business Development & Marketing Director – Mischon de Reya
  • Tamara Box – Partner / Head of international Structured Finance – Berwin Leighton Paisner
  • Guy Barnett – Managing Partner – Blakemores / CEO – Lawyers2you
  • Chrissie Lightfoot – CEO – The Entrepreneur Lawyer
  • Gary Yantin – Managing Director – High Street Lawyer.com
  • David Clarkson – Commercial Director – Osmosis
  • More Speakers and Panellists to be Announced Soon

Tickets for ‘Key Strategies for Law Firms 2011’ are scheduled to go on sale from early January 2011 with full day delegate passes priced at £399 + vat with discounts for early bird and group bookings. To pre-register for tickets to the event, contact Netlaw Media at lawevents@netlawmedia.com or visit www.netlawmedia.com or www.solicitorsblog.com for more information.

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