HOW CAN I ATTEND AN LPSC EVENT?
Our events are $25 per person payable in advance by check or cash at the door.
Request a spot at an upcoming event on our EVENTS PAGE. Please note that space is limited and your spot is only guaranteed when you receive a confirmation email.
Walk-ins are not accepted at our events.
Note that the majority of our members are in-house marketers. We welcome the vendors and consultants committed to advancing the industry, however those who come to sell their services are not invited back.
HOW DO I BECOME A MEMBER OF LPSC?
A member is someone who has attended two or more programming events in the past year. There are no annual dues.
Our socials are open to members only.
WHAT DOES LPSC ASK OF ITS MEMBERS?
We are proud to have cultivated a community of in-house professional services marketers and consultants who are committed to advancing the industry and their firms.
Those who use our meetings to sell their services, advocate aggressively for job placement or otherwise behave in an unconstructive manner will not be invited back.
LPSC has never charged annual dues. Instead, we ask the law firm and professional services firms who send multiple people to our meetings to host the occasional lunch program.
We ask our vendors to sponsor a social every few years as well.
Contact Jocelyn Brumbaugh for more information.
WHAT IS NextGen LPSC?
NextGen programs focus on the professional development, skills and marketing foundational elements needed to develop and advance a successful career in the field. Programming is practical with concrete takeaways on growing your career, gaining industry insights and expanding your professional network. Similar to LPSC, we will focus on in-house marketers to ensure excellent networking opportunities at each event.
Who is NextGen programming for?
• Young(er) members of the LPSC community
• Those early in their in-house legal and professional services marketing career
• Those who have not yet reached the manager level (e.g. assistants, coordinators and specialists) but have an eye
toward moving up within the field
If you manage a team, we encourage you to pass along details of NextGen programming to them.