Well-placed adverts are a powerful part of marketing a law firm, but…
Rachel Tombs LL.B. (Hons)
Legal Marketing/Business Development Specialist, LinkedIn Coach and Solicitor (Non-Practising)
Rachel was a practising Solicitor for 15 years within both large city firms and smaller regional practices. During her legal career, Rachel became involved in the marketing and business development work that was being undertaken by the various firms in which she worked. She quickly discovered that effective marketing could deliver exceptional results for all legal professionals who want to attract new clients and grow their practices.
Rachel’s deep knowledge of the legal sector combined with her business development and marketing expertise means she is perfectly placed to show barristers, solicitors, mediators and other legal professionals how to market their services offering in a way that attracts and retains the right clients.
“Because of my background, I have a unique, working knowledge of the challenges that are faced by lawyers every day. I’m able to offer proven, reliable advice that will make a measurable and substantial difference to your practice. I thoroughly understand your market, your clients, processes and regulatory framework, and I know how to use both online and offline marketing tools to generate maximum results.”
Since leaving practice, Rachel has worked with over 500 businesses and law firms within Reading, Berkshire, London, and internationally, delivering bespoke and effective marketing and business development services. Rachel has won a national award and two regional business awards in recognition of her expertise and commitment to helping others succeed.
She has been featured in a number of legal publications including the Solicitors Journal, Sole Practitioners Group Journal SOLO magazine, CILEx Regulation, etc. She has also been asked to present to law firm owners/Managing Partners, senior fee earners, and legal marketing executives at events hosted by the Employment Lawyers Association, the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives, Standing Conference of Mediation Advocates, and the Sole Practitioners Group.