September 15, 2016 at 6:00 PM
Pre-Paid (Member): $80.00
Pre-Paid (Non-Member): $85.00
Pay at the Door (Member): $90.00
Pay at the Door (Non-Member): $95.00


The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: True Stories of Expert Witness Marketing


Attend the upcoming Dallas Chapter dinner where expert witness marketers will give an inside look into how to market your expert witness practice. Rosalie and Meredith will present real-life examples of good, effective expert witness marketing and advertising as well as less-than-desirable examples. Topics will include:

·         Websites

·         CVs

·         Directory listings

·         Advertisements

·         More


The leading authority on expert witness marketing and founder of Expert Communications, Rosalie Hamilton provides customized marketing plans and consulting and coaching to individual experts and firms.  


More than twenty years of marketing, management, sales, training and publishing, the last period of employment as Director of Expert Witness Marketing for Texas Lawyer (newspaper) and Coordinator of the National Law Journal (now American Lawyer) Expert Witness Directories, provided the background for her book, The Expert Witness Marketing Book, the seminal publication in the field.


Rosalie is a prolific writer, contributing to expert witness directories, newsletters and newspapers, and professional journals.  She is a popular speaker at conferences for such organizations as the American Society of Appraisers, NACVA, the Forensic Accounting Conference at Florida Atlantic University, SEAK, American Board of Vocational Experts, Appraisal Institute, Acoustical Society of America, Equipment Appraisers Association, and Forensic Expert Witness Association.


After earning her BA in Government and Politics at the University of Texas at Dallas, and a series of jobs that included Xerox and a funeral home, Meredith Forniglia landed unexpectedly in the expert witness world in 2003 when she edited her mother's book, The Expert Witness Marketing Book.  Preferring to be behind the scenes, she researches, writes, edits, and is the resident techie at Expert Communications, Inc., among other duties.  When she feels strongly that an expert might be inadvertently hurting their reputation and practice, she's been known to get on her soap box and come out from behind the curtain.


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