COaching and Training

Build your BD muscle.

The modern lawyer and law firm partner is more than a technical expert. They are innovators and competent business developers. 

coaching and training

Don’t limit your success, instead invest in your skills as tomorrow’s legal leader. 

Success in modern business is about more than being technically brilliant at your craft, interpreting the law. Not only are you and your lawyers responsible for finding work, you then need to manage client and referrer relationships for maximum return.

Through 1-2-1 or group coaching and training with partners and senior leaders, we upskill your team to deliver effective and focused practice development that has impact across your business. 



Take the first step in developing the confidence to build your practice.

1-2-1 Coaching

 Everyone's practice is unique. Your clients, area of law, market competition and appetite for change are all individual to you. 

Kim will work with individual partners and senior leaders often on track to partnership, on a structured program of 1-2-1 meetings to establish personal practice goals and implement effective tactics to reach success.  

Firm-wide BD Training framework

Working with your leadership team to understand current skills, competencies and appetite for development, Kim will establish a framework for business development training for each cohort across your firm.

This is unique for each firm but based off the key areas of focus; winning work, relationship management and client experience.


 With close to 20 years of industry experience, Kim can facilitate training sessions across the full spectrum of legal marketing and business development topics. 

A seasoned presenter, Kim brings technical skills together with practical and real life scenarios to inform, educate and upskill lawyers and partners alike. 


Kim’s presentation was engaging and she made daunting concepts for lawyers easy to digest. Her practical approach challenged my thinking – and won!

Small firm partner and QLS course participant

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