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LOMAP’s 4th Annual ‘Super’ Marketing Conference is June 5 at Suffolk University Law School

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On June 5, we will host our fourth annual ‘super’ marketing conference: Building Relationships to Build Business. Suffolk University Law School will host, and the event is co-sponsored by Suffolk’s Center for Advanced Legal Studies, the Massachusetts Bar Association and the Chicago Bar Association, among others. This year’s conference will focus on the underlying relationships that generate successful marketing opportunities across a variety of media.
This year’s keynote address will be delivered by Clio’s Jack Newton. Other featured speakers include: Conrad Saam of Mockingbird Marketing, Gyi Tsakalakis of AttorneySync, Leigh McMillan of Avvo, Jim Schonrock of FindLaw, Heather Jackson of Constant Contact and David Morris of TripAdvisor. Breakout sessions will take place in the afternoon, and those will be followed by an experts’ tips panel, where we’ll bring all of our speakers together again to present their best marketing tips, in what promises to be a fast-moving and entertaining discussion.
For a full agenda and speaker roster, visit our event page.
Register for in-person attendance here, or for the live webcast here.
LOMAP Blog readers who register for the conference should select the ‘Co-Sponsoring Organization’ rate, in order to access a 33% discount.
2013 and 2014 law school graduates may register for the conference for FREE by selecting the ‘Current Suffolk Student’ option.
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So, what’s stuck in my head this week?
Well, it must be summer, because a new Brad Paisley single is out. I would tell you how much I love this song; but, I don’t think I need to reiterate the facts surrounding my disturbing man crush on Brad.
You can listen to ‘River Bank’, from his forthcoming album, here.

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