free webinar

Scaling Your Business by Public Speaking

Thursday, August 8
1:00-2:00 p.m. ET
Brenna Galvin, Esq.

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2019/08/08 12:00 PM EST

What You’ll Learn in This Webinar

Public speaking is an incredible way for elder law attorneys to grow your client base and network of referrals. Many clients fear seeking competent counsel, because they do not understand the benefits, cost, and the language. Public speaking can reach a broad audience of potential clients while addressing their fears and provide them a baseline so they feel confident engaging your services. It can also highlight your expertise to other professionals such as social workers, health care providers, and financial advisors or planners, and increase your network. Taking time to address these professionals frequently asked questions and client concerns helps to keep you front of mind and develop trusted relationships. Similarly, speaking within the field to other professionals allows them to recognize when a client may be better served through a referral. Public speaking can seem daunting and time consuming, but the right tools can dramatically scale your business.

You'll learn: 

  • How to market your law firm and highlight your expertise through public speaking to potential clients, referral sources, and attorneys. 
  • An efficient and systematic approach to coordinating the events, materials, and follow up.   

Who should attend: Elder law attorneys interested in growing clientele or highlighting a portion of their practice.  

About the Presenter

Brenna Galvin, Esq.
Maser Amundson Boggio P.A.
Brenna Galvin is an elder law attorney at Maser, Amundson & Boggio, P.A. She practices in the areas of Long-term care planning, Veterans benefits, Medical Assistance, Estate planning, Disability planning, including Supplemental and Special needs trusts, and Estate and Trust Administration. Brenna provides resources that enhance her clients’ quality of life and gives her clients and their families comfort in knowing that they have planned for the worst, so they can live their best. Brenna chose to become an attorney because she believes law at its core is a helping profession. She draws her inspiration from intergenerational interactions in her own large family and years of working with seniors and individuals with disabilities. Brenna is a graduate of the University of Minnesota with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Political Science, and she earned her Juris Doctor from William Mitchell College of Law. Brenna is involved in a number of professional and community organizations, including the Elder Law Governing Council of the Minnesota State Bar Association, the Minnesota Chapter of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, the Bancroft Neighborhood Association, Minneapolis Rowing Club, the University of Minnesota M Club, and Kairos Alive! Brenna was recently featured the book, A Survival Guide to Aging. When Brenna is not working, you can find her exploring the North Shore, rowing on the Mississippi River, roaming farmers markets and art museums, and attending concerts and plays throughout the Cities.

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