Happy New Year & Our Roadmap for 2018

Welcome to 2018 everyone. I hope it is a year filled with prosperity and success for all.

We have some great content lined up for 2018 here on the Legal Marketing Studio. This year the podcast will focus on Understanding Client Needs, Diversity and Inclusion, Success Stories of Specific Tactics and a series of CMO conversations.

First episode will go live the end of January first week of February and subsequent episodes will generally follow every other week. Check back soon! Or, better yet, subscribe so you don’t miss a single episode!

Deliberate Solos Networking with Dana Heitz and Zara Watkins

Dana Heitz and Zara Watkins join host Michael Meyer to talk about Deliberate Solos, the monthly networking group they organize for solo attorneys and the professionals who assist them. They discuss how the group’s three pillars, networking node, business development incubator, and “pop-up law firm”, work together to support solo attorneys’ practices and overcome the challenges they face.

You can find Dana, Zara and Deliberate Solos at the links above, on Twitter @DeliberateSolos or on LinkedIn.

Design Thinking and Innovation with Leigh Ollman

Leigh Ollman, June 14, 2017, Legal Marketing Studio podcast

There has been a tidal wave of disruption in every industry driven by digital technologies shifting not only the nuts and bolts of a business but the expectations and needs of clients. The legal industry has not been immune to these changes and there is much talk about innovating in the face of them. Leigh Ollman, co-director of Akerman X, joined me to discuss how Akerman is using design thinking, or human centered design, in creating innovative solutions to the challenges of today’s business environment and doing so with their clients’ needs top of mind. The focus of our conversation is on design thinking and creating a culture of innovation.

For more information on Law2023: here.

Need resources? Ideo.org and Treehouse Innovation were both mentioned by Leigh as resources they did and do use.

Recorded June 14, 2017 at the New York City offices of Akerman.