Eilene Spear is the Operations and Projects Manager for the National Law Review. She edits and formats author profiles, legal news content and legal event listings from prominent law firms who publish on the NLR website.
As Lead Writer, Eilene writes extensively on a variety of legal topics; including legal marketing topics, interviews with top legal marketing professionals and the newest trends in legal marketing. Additionally, Eilene writes on issues affecting the legal industry, such as women attorneys and the challenges they face, along with challenges related to a lack of diversity in law firms. Eilene also covers changes in the legal industry and firm changes, mergers, and pro bono efforts.
Additionally, Eilene works on various SEO projects and coordinating NLR staff on improvements to the NLR website and other marketing and outreach projects. As part of her job with client services, Eilene reviews the National Law Review analytics, ensuring clients get the most out of their relationship with the National Law Review. She enjoys working with clients and getting to know individual client goals, and helping clients realize those goals in their content marketing and thought leadership.
Additionally, she assists in various editorial, social media and marketing functions at the National Law Review. She is also a Certified Hootsuite Professional. Eilene attends and speaks at conferences and other legal marketing events to represent the National Law Review in the industry. Most recently, Eilene was a contributor at the 16th Annual RainDance Conference.
Eilene earned her Masters Degree in English from Truman State University, as well as a Bachelors Degree in Psychology and Criminal Justice. She started with the National Law Review in Chicago, where she lived on the North Side and loved to run along Lake Michigan by the Foster Avenue Beach. She relocated to Aurora, Colorado with her husband and two children, where they spend as much time outside as possible. She's still a Cubs fan, though.
Please reach out to Eilene if you have any questions about the National Law Review.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Eilene Spear