Your Legal Resource celebrates its 2000th referral
Click here for article by Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce on January 8, 2013.
Your Legal Resource article published in Inter Alia newsletter
Your Legal Resource was recently featured in by the Young Lawyers Section of the State Bar of Michigan, in their Inter Alia Late Spring 2012 Newsletter.
Click here for our article entitled Three Misconceptions About Networking.
Ambassador of the Year!
Lori Williams Named Ambassador of the Year by the Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce for 2011.
- Click here to read article in The Oakland Press, People On The Move, February 19, 2012. Same article appeared in the Advisor & Source Newspaper in Macomb County.
- Click here to read Dean La Douceur’s 2/3/12 blog featuring Lori Williams as a powerful networker and big picture thinker.
- Article appeared in the Observer & Eccentric on 1/22/12, naming Lori Williams as Ambassador of the Year.
- Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber Blog announces Lori Williams as Ambassador of the Year for 2011. Article posted on 1/18/2012. Read it here.
Lori Williams quoted in Michigan Lawyers Weekly 12/13/10
Article discussing the pros and cons of lawyer blogging. Interview with 5 attorneys and a PR professional about blogging. Click here to read article, and learn more about Lori Williams as a blogger.
Macomb County Legal News, March 3, 2010
Resourceful: Lawyer Serves As ‘Connector’ For Her Clients
By Debra Talcott
After spending 14 years of her career as a divorce lawyer, Lori Williams decided it was time to take her talents in a new direction that would bring people together rather than help them go their separate ways.
In June 2004 she launched “Your Legal Resource,” a unique referral service that connects clients with the best attorneys for their particular situations. “I enjoyed my work and my clients, and I generated a good income, but I decided to pursue something that would bring me joy, use all my gifts, and allow me to make a difference to others every day,” says Williams. “I’m a matchmaker at heart, a relationship builder — not a relationship ender.”
Williams says that research showed 75 percent of Americans chose an attorney by asking a friend or family member for a reference, with less than 35 percent being satisfied with the services they received. That is why Your Legal Resource goes beyond the casual “I know an attorney” referral and takes the time to understand each case and each client’s financial situation and personality before recommending an attorney who will be a good “fit.”
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