The Massachusetts Law Office Management Assistance Program — or LOMAP as the locals call it — will host its fourth annual, day-long “super” marketing conference, Building Relationships to Build Business, June 5. Read on for information on a registration discount.

Clio CEO Jack Newton

Suffolk University Law School is hosting the event, which 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.

Keynote speaker this year is Clio co-founder and CEO Jack Newton. Other featured speakers include: Conrad Saam of Mockingbird MarketingGyi Tsakalakis of AttorneySyncLeigh McMillan of AvvoJim 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 all the day’s speakers will join to present their best marketing tips.

For a full agenda and speaker roster, visit the event page.

Register for in-person attendance here, or for the live webcast here.

Any attorney who attended a Massachusetts Practicing with Professionalism course this year may attend for free. Also, 2013 and 2014 law school graduates may register for free by selecting the ‘Current Suffolk Student’ option.

Last but not least, LOMAP has authorized me to offer readers of this blog a 33% discount. To take advantage of this offer, select the “Co-Sponsoring Organization” rate when you register.

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