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Lindsay Griffiths is the International Lawyers Network’s Director of Global Relationship Management. In her role as Director of Global Relationship Management, she develops and facilitates relationships among ILN member firm lawyers at 90+ law firms in 67 countries. She was awarded “Thought Leader of the Year” by the Legal Marketing Association’s New York chapter in 2014 and was recently included in Clio’s list for “34 People in Legal You Should Follow on Twitter.” Ms. Griffiths has been the author of Zen & the Art of Legal Networking since February of 2009. Learn more at: www.zenlegalnetworking.com.

“Authenticity” Might be Cliché, But it’s Essential to Building Client Relationships

“Authenticity” Might be Cliché, But it’s Essential to Building Client Relationships

“Authenticity” has become a dirty word. It’s right up there with some of the other most hated buzzwords and phrases—”at the end of the day,” “thinking outside of the box,” “synergy,” “value add,” “circle back,” “bandwidth.” Are you cringing yet? But even though the word “authenticity” might make your skin crawl, it’s an important concept—it’s […]

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