Congratulations to Our Clients!

July 31, 2018

Crain’s has published its 2018 Notable Women Lawyers list, and eight of the winners are Page 2 clients.

Margo Wolf O’Donnell, Benesch
Tara Kamradt, Benesch
Stephanie Penninger, Benesch
Donna More, Fox Rothschild
Tricia Rich, Holland & Knight
Margaret Battersby Black, Levin & Perconti
Mary Clare Bonaccorsi, Polsinelli
Jean Soh, Polsinelli

We are overjoyed to see the work of these attorneys celebrated, but it’s no surprise to anyone who knows...

Three Big Mistakes Firms Make with PR

July 25, 2018


Throwing a bunch of things against the wall to see what sticks—if that’s your law firm’s experience of PR, you’re not working with a PR firm that specializes in the legal field and has a deep understanding of strategic communications.

So give us a call and we can change that. We will have a treasure trove of ideas for how you can position your attorneys to be thought leaders, trumpet your successes on important cases, and build your reputation as the top choice...

A Cautionary Note About Attorney-Client Privilege and PR

July 17, 2018

Many PR professionals operate under the assumption that when they contract directly with a law firm and not with the client, whatever they produce is considered attorney work product and therefore privileged. A recent piece in the O’Dwyer’s newsletter by Bill Huey of Strategic Communications, however, points out that court rulings on privilege for PR advice have come down on both sides of the issue and do not offer assurance that this work...

Back to Basics

June 26, 2018

In our work with law firm leaders, we’ve learned that they recognize the power of PR to trumpet the firm’s achievements to members of the legal industry but often don’t understand how PR can and should function within the firm.

Public relations—engaging professionals to craft media strategy, facilitate thought leadership and brand management, and celebrate the accomplishments of attorneys—can be a powerful firm management tool when leaders understand how it is perceived and...

Lots of Lawyers Are Miserable

June 19, 2018

What do attorneys need in order to thrive? There are many answers to this question, but based on recent surveys of law students and practicing lawyers, a large portion of the legal community is not getting the things it needs to thrive, or even to maintain basic mental health. Substance abuse, anxiety and depression, and suicide are much more common in lawyers than in the general population, and the