Olmstead & Associates today announced that Dr. John W. Olmstead, Jr., president of the legal management consulting group, will facilitate at an upcoming breakfast forum session hosted by the Law Office Economics Section Council of the Illinois State Bar Association. This event is part of the Illinois State Bar Association’s annual conference.
The conference is being held on June 21, 2002 in Lake of Geneva, Wis., at the Grand Geneva Resort and Spa. Olmstead will facilitate a roundtable discussion focused on “Office Technology Integration: Pulling it All Together.” His primary role as facilitator is to lead discussion on the topic and act as an informative resource.
Dr. Olmstead has more than 30 years of experience in law firm management and working with other professional service firms. He is president of Olmstead & Associates, a legal management-consulting firm based in St. Louis. He also is Editor-in-Chief of The Lawyers Competitive Edge: The Journal of Law Office Economics and Management, published by West Group. His doctoral work in Business Administration concentrated on organizational behavior and marketing. He has lectured for the Association of Legal Administrators, St. Louis Metropolitan Bar Association, Missouri Trial Attorneys, IBM, Illinois State University, Illinois State Bar Association, Solo-Map CPA Association of St. Louis and many other state and local bar associations.
Olmstead & Associates is a practice management, marketing, and technology consulting firm that works with law and other professional service firms to help change and reinvent their practices. The firm, founded in 1984 and based out of St. Louis, Missouri, serves clients across the United States ranging in size from 100 professionals to firms with solo practitioners. Olmstead & Associates assists firms with implementing change and improving operational and financial performance, management, leadership, client development and marketing.
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