O'Mahoney Joins Legal Marketing Association Midwest Regional Governing Board
Taft Chicago director of business development Beth O'Mahoney has been selected to join the Legal Marketing Association (LMA) 2022 Midwest Regional Legal Governing Board as a director-at-large. For 35 years, LMA has served as the authority on marketing and business development within the legal profession. Its members include in-house marketers, service providers, and consultants from across the world who meet, share, innovate and reframe marketing’s position in the legal industry.
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The LMA Midwest Region includes local groups in Minnesota, Michigan, Chicago, Ohio, Indianapolis, St. Louis, and Kansas City. O'Mahoney will begin her two-year term as director-at-large in Jan. 2022.
O'Mahoney manages the business development and marketing efforts for Taft’s expanding Chicago office, which has grown by more than 50% since 2015. Her responsibilities include public relations, events, research, sponsorships, and business development initiatives for more than 110 attorneys and professionals. She frequently writes articles related to marketing and business development across various platforms and has been a member of LMA since 2010.
Founded in 1985, LMA is the universal voice of the legal marketing profession, a forum that brings together CMOs and entry-level specialists from firms of all sizes, consultants and vendors, lawyers, marketers from other professions, and marketing students to share their collective knowledge. More than 90 percent of the largest 200 U.S. law firms employ an LMA member. Members at every stage in their career development benefit from LMA participation because the association's broad array of programs and services can be tailored to their specific needs. Visit www.legalmarketing.org to read more about LMA.
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