Today we have a highly informative guest lecture with Chelsey Lambert, Vice President of Marketing and Communications at Smokeball, one of our partners in helping you build your solo/small firm practice. Our conversation focuses on change, fear of change, and how to get through the process of change in order to reap the rewards on the other side. It includes assessing the current state of your law firm, how to align your attitude and vision, commit to the reward, and benchmark progress. One thing you will not hear is ‘Change is easy’. It’s not. But it is necessary and it is doable if you want to have a successful law practice.
The audio is about 45 minutes. Listen directly below.
Chelsey Lambert is Vice President of Marketing & Communications at Smokeball, a productivity software for small law firms, based in Chicago, IL. Her mission is to help attorneys, and legal professionals understand the technology that is available to them, how to use it, and the positive impacts it can have on their business.
As a former Practice Management Advisor for the Chicago Bar Association, she is an expert in small law firm processes, marketing, technology, and law practice management education. Chelsey continues to speak and write for legal organizations across the US, on technology, hiring, marketing and small law firm best practices. She serves on the American Bar Association’s, Solo, Small Firm & General Practice Division’s Technology Committee, the Law Practice Division’s Social Media Committee and the Executive Board of the Chicago Leadership Alliance. In her spare time, she enjoys a good yoga class, volunteering, and taking in the sunshine on Chicago’s beautiful lakeshore.
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