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2013 nomination by The National Law Journal in the "Best in Lawyer/Law Firm Business Development Coaching" category
Am Law 100 Law Firm Rainmaker Coaching™ Success - For an Am Law 100 law firm, Julie Savarino of Business Development Inc. won an RFP process to serve as a business development coach for the firm's new partners. The RFP was sent to 14 potential business development coaches. Extensive analysis of the RFP responses was conducted and a subset of the candidates was selected for interviews. At the end of that process, the firm made a decision to retain Julie Savarino of Business Development Inc. From 2009 to 2012, Ms. Savarino was engaged in providing business development training and coaching services to 56 of the firm's Partners across all of the firm's offices. A number of the partners who participated in the coaching program were very pleased with the business development successes they were able to achieve as a result of this training. Since that time, a few partners have continued to work with Ms. Savarino on distinct projects related to their marketing and business development efforts. Additionally, in 2009 and 2010, Ms. Savarino assisted in the development and delivery of several business development training programs for our Senior Associates. Overall, the firm is pleased with the services provided by Julie Savarino and she brought a great deal of energy and enthusiasm to the business development process. To read more references, please click here.
The McLane Law Firm's "3.8 Plan" - Winner of a 2007 National "Your Honor" Award from the Legal Marketing Association
Pro Bono Success Story - From 2009-2012, Julie Savarino and Business Development Inc. devoted significant pro bono time towards helping protect the sanctity of military funerals by serving pro bono as communication strategist for the 2010 United States Supreme Court Case Snyder v. Phelps, which culminated on August 6, 2012 when the President of the United States signed a new law containing a provision prohibiting all military funeral protests nationwide to 2 hours before and 2 hours after any such service.