Please join RubyLaw and Calibrate for a complimentary high-impact webinar on Thursday, September 23

Firms on the cutting edge don’t need websites, or mobile apps, or dashboards. Nor must they heed oft-spoken cliches and platitudes about “data being the next” or “content being king,” etc.

They need platforms.

With a platform, marketing teams can elevate a firm’s outward presence, deliver key messages across multiple channels, work more efficiently and effectively from disparate locations, analyze performance, make data-driven decisions, and drive business results.

Please join RubyLaw and Calibrate Strategies as we reveal the findings of a comprehensive research initiative, including the 2021 Legal Marketing Technology Stack, and insights from a survey of legal marketing and business development professionals.

Attendees will understand the research inputs, appreciate the relevance of the findings, and leave with three key takeaways in support of platform adoption.

Please click here (or the button below) to reserve your place.

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