Christina Fritsch, President and Founder of CLIENTSFirst Consulting LLC, and legal industry CRM expert has been inducted as a Fellow of the College of Law Practice Management during the College’s
Futures Conference in Atlanta, Georgia.
The College of Law Practice Management is an honorary organization made up of individuals who have made significant and sustained contributions to the field of law practice management over a period of years.
While formal contact management may be foreign to younger lawyers, this isn’t necessarily a generational issue. In fact, we now frequently find that even some of the most experienced lawyers are managing their contacts in different ways.
With another school year well underway, it seems like a good time to share a few lessons on contact and relationship management. One group of ‘pupils’ for whom this information can be particularly relevant is new attorneys who are joining a firm for the first time and who are eager to get to the head of the class by focusing on marketing and business development early in their careers.
by Raquel Lewis, CRM Success Consultant and Chris Fritsch, Client Success Consultant
Once you have come such a long way on your CRM marathon, it’s only natural to start looking for the finish line. You deserve a medal – or at least some sort of reward or recognition for getting this far,
By Chris Fritsch, Client Success Consultant and Meghan Van Dalinda, Client Success Consultant
The Evolution of (X)RM
To succeed with CRM, it’s helpful first to have some background. Law firm business development is all about relationships. So it is not surprising that there has been a continual and ongoing search for technology and tools to assist firms in discovering and leveraging these crucial relationships.