How to Develop Your Practice and Generate Referrals

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Natalie Harris is a Partner at Baron Harris Healey, a law firm dedicated to serving clients in the areas of advertising and marketing, intellectual property, media, e-commerce, and more. Natalie has nearly 20 years of experience defending clients who create, publish, and broadcast content in all forms of media.

Natalie is a member of many organizations, including the Media Law Resource Center (MLRC), the Legal Network for Gender Equity, Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme (JET) Alumni Association, and the Coalition of Women’s Initiatives in Law. Natalie has spoken at various conferences and seminars, and she has appeared in many publications, including the MLRC Media Law Letter and the Illinois State Bar Association (ISBA) IP Newsletter.

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Have you ever thought about starting your own law practice? Do you want to find ways to grow your firm and generate more leads? If so, you don’t want to miss this episode of the Esq.Marketing Podcast!

Natalie Harris has started her own law firm — and she’s here to share her expert tips on establishing your practice, discovering your niche, and gaining clients. According to Natalie, starting a firm requires more than just being a great lawyer; you have to examine finances, master outreach, and create a business development strategy. So, how can you

In this episode of the Esq.Marketing Podcast, Matthew Laurin is joined by Natalie Harris, a Partner at Baron Harris Healey, to talk about developing your practice. Natalie discusses her experience of working in media law and starting her firm, top strategies for growing your network and gaining leads, and the goals her firm is setting to create a better environment for women and people of color in the business of law. Stay tuned.

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