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Public Speaking on Current Legal Industry Topics

Joan Newman is a frequent speaker and presenter on a variety of current legal industry issues. She regularly serves as a keynote speaker, panelist, and guest presenter at legal conferences, seminars, and law school events across the country. Joan explores the challenges facing attorneys, law firms, and legal departments today, offers practical advice, and shares real-world examples, leaving her audiences with an informative, engaging, and valuable experience. Her presentations are all customized to the audience’s demographics and program goals. Joan specializes in legal topics such as business development, legal project management, relationship building, professional development, time management, career transitions, and professional etiquette.

Legal Keynote Speaker, Panel Expert,
& Guest Presenter

Joan Newman enjoys sharing her professional experience as a successful attorney, mentor, and teacher at one the country’s most prestigious law schools. She is a warm, insightful, and charming presenter who knows how to connect with her audiences. While she customizes all of her presentations, she most frequently speaks on topics such as:

Professional Insights

Successful Attorneys Have Structured New Business Development Strategies

Successful lawyers have an unwavering commitment to their new business development process. Their strategies are structured, scheduled, and focused.

Legal Project Management is Critical to Client Satisfaction

Legal project management is being adopted by savvy lawyers in response to the “new normal” service delivery demanded by clients: more transparency, predictable legal costs, and more efficiency and value from lawyers.

Time Management is Critical for Legal Career Success

Good time management skills are essential to being a successful lawyer. Lawyers who are organized and manage their time well tend to think more clearly, work more productively, and make a better impression on colleagues and clients.