Jocelyn Brumbaugh to Share Marketing Insights with Chicago Bar Association
As law firms begin to return to work and business regains a sense of normalcy, the post-pandemic world presents new marketing and business development challenges for attorneys. Founder Jocelyn Brumbaugh will discuss how firms can find ways to make meaningful connections with clients and prospects in an upcoming webcast “Growing Your Law Firm Post-Pandemic” on May 26, 2021 at 3pm CT.
The three-part webinar, hosted by the Chicago Bar Association, will be moderated by Ken Levinson of Levinson and Stefani and Stephen L. Hoffman of the Law Office of Stephen L. Hoffman LLC.
Jocelyn’s topic, Marketing Strategies for Raising Your Firm’s Profile, will outline:
- How your firm can pivot to ensure it stay top of mind with clients and prospects
- Actions firms can take to raise their profile
- A guide for building a marketing infrastructure for sustainable client and prospect touchpoints
- Tips to take improve LinkedIn presence
Jocelyn will be joined by panelists Maximillienne Elliott of The Law Offices of Max Elliott, Ltd. and Jay R. Vaughn of Hendy Johnson Vaughn Emery. Their topics include Small Firm Sustainability in Turbulent Times and Using Technology in Your Practice, respectively.
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Chicago Bar Association will apply for 2.0 hours of minimum CLE credit in Illinois.
Jocelyn Brumbaugh is the Founder of Builden Partners, consultants that helps law firms develop and execute marketing strategies to better engage with clients, prospects and talent.
Founded in 1874, The Chicago Bar Association is one of the oldest and most active metropolitan bar associations in the United States. The Association’s voluntary membership of 17,000 consists largely of lawyers and judges from Cook County and the State of Illinois.