making a partner's not as easy as it used to be.
Partners demand more billable hours from their associates. Firms demand more production from their partners. Companies demand lower legal bills from their firms. Instead of practicing law, you're negotiating alternative fee arrangements, drafting and responding to requests for proposals, and learning legal project management. And you can't bill for any of it.
Who's your boss? A partner, the firm, the general counsel or your own clients? For whom you work for controls your destiny in the legal industry. At CJ Walsh Marketing, we help lawyers like you find and develop your own clients, which in turn will allow you to control your professional destiny. Believe us; we practice what we preach.
How do i know? i've been there.
I spent too many late nights on the 23rd Floor at Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP, researching and drafting myriad client alerts, developing three national conferences, drafting and assembling pitch decks, and hosting large client events. Many of my former colleagues are now partners whose partnership paperwork I help write and revise away from the watchful eyes of the Advancement Committee. I understand how hard it is to hit your hours while trying to develop new business. But I can help you. Let's chat. Our conversation will be 100% confidential and useful as you seek to advance your career, whether at your current firm, another firm, or as inhouse counsel.
Call / Text CJ 484.437.8409 or email CJ@CJWalshMarketing.com