Expert Networking to Become a Maven in Your Sphere of Influence

High-Performance Legal Entrepreneur
High-Performance Legal Entrepreneur
Expert Networking to Become a Maven in Your Sphere of Influence

In today’s episode, we interview Alan Murphy Jr. with Law Office Success.

Alan Murphy Jr.

Alan Murphy Jr. specializes in business and market development, guiding small law firms through the complex and often confusing waters of their local markets and acts as their counsel to help small law firms grow into mature, profitable businesses.

Through thoughtful dialogue and strategy planning, he project manages marketing teams, vendors, and law firm employees to develop small law firms into operating, profitable and formidable local businesses.

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At Prevail, we partner with law firms to mitigate their risk by guaranteeing lead costs and reinventing the traditional marketing retainer model.

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