Events

Birmingham Bloomfield Chamber of Commerce, April 7, 2010

Lori co-presented a 2 hour workshop for professionals, along with Elisabeth Garbeil, regarding advanced relationship building skills.  Personal Branding, Referral Partners and Strategic Partnerships were among the topics covered.

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Motor City Connect, 3rd Birthday/Conference/Expo, March 26, 2010

Lori was one of 22 panelists at this half day event at the Troy Community Center.  Her topic was ”When, Where, and How to Find an Attorney.”

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College for Creative Studies, March 17, 2010

Lori spoke to students at the college regarding her legal referral and legal consulting services and the top 5 reasons they may need to consult with a business attorney, and the top 10 reasons they may need an attorney as an individual.

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Marketers Among Us, March 12, 2010

Lori spoke to marketing professionals in the health care services and senior services industry regarding her legal background and discovering her purpose and passion and creating Your Legal Resource, PLLC.  Additionally, she discussed the Top 10 Tips For Effective Branding, Marketing, Networking, & Referral Relationships, and provided book references to assist the group members in their personal and professional development.

 

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Macomb County Legal News, March 3, 2010

Resourceful: Lawyer Serves As ‘Connector’ For Her Clients

By Debra Talcott
Legal News

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.”

(Click Link Below To Read Full Article in Macomb Legal News): 

http://www.legalnews.com/macomb/1000232/

(Click Link Below To Read Full Article in Detroit Legal News):

http://www.legalnews.com/detroit/663243/

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