Avoiding Client Reference Fatigue During Awards Season


Attorneys and legal marketing professionals have struggled to balance the proliferation of awards and rankings that have emerged over the past several years, such as "U.S. News & World Report"'s Best Law Firms and other similar programs. In addition to the burdens and resource challenges that these awards place on marketing professionals, they also bring an unwanted and dangerous trend — client reference fatigue. HBC Senior Account Executives Mike Gray and Andrew Ryan offer tips for overcoming this "client reference fatigue" and inspire attorneys and legal marketers to think more strategically about their awards and rankings programs.

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