We are delighted to announce a workshop run by Grow Marketing and Sampson Hall that will help members of Devon & Somerset Law Society prepare their entries for the 2019 Legal Awards.
This workshop will encourage and support legal firms across Devon & Somerset with their nominations, ready for them to be considered by the independent judging panel who will shortlist and pick a winner for all 13 Legal Awards categories.
Our workshop leaders will help you with:
What category or categories to enter?
How to make sure your nomination stands out from the competition?
Are you sure you are prepared?
By the end of the workshop you will be ready to prepare and submit your nomination(s).
Leading the workshop is one of the Directors of Sampson Hall, Phil Sampson who, over the past five years, has played a key part in the Devon Venus Awards which required Phil to be very involved from the start; visiting every nominated candidate, forming a shortlist and selecting an overall winner. Sampson Hall is focused on success and helping organisations recognise their full potential and unique attributes.
Supporting the workshop is Grow Exeter’s Head of Business Development & Events, Alice Bryan, who recently joined Grow Marketing after a regional role running events in Devon and Cornwall for Trinity Mirror. Alice project manages the DASLS Legal Awards and has done so since the start of the awards back in 2016. She will be able to share experiences, anecdotes and offer encouragement to those looking to enter. Being a part of many award programmes over the past 3 years, Alice’s insight, support and in-depth understanding will be invaluable to entrants.
Members are invited to book their place now for:
28 September, 9.00-10.30 am, Grow Marketing offices, Exeter Click here to book
Sampson Hall say: “In our work with lawyers and legal firms we have seen some great results both in terms of profitability and performance whether it is WIP or business development Sampson Hall are able to help law firms make the most of all their people through strategies, leadership and coaching.
However, what we have noticed there is an inclination to avoid celebrating and optimising success. We are delighted to be working with DASLS in sharing best legal practice with a workshop that will engage and show case the best legal firms and their endeavours as they work proudly and yet unnoticed in our beautiful peninsula. DASLS enables real professionalism and hard work to be recognised in an appropriate manner by the whole of our regions legal community. Success breeds success and the stories encourage, enable and empower those within the legal profession to aspire to success in all their endeavours.”