Stefanie Marrone advises law firms of all sizes, professional service firms, B2C and B2B companies, professional associations and individuals on the full range of marketing and business development consulting services designed to enhance revenue, retain current clients, attract new clients and achieve greater brand recognition and market share. Stefanie has worked with a broad range of law firms of all sizes over her nearly 20-year legal marketing career from Big Law, to mid-size firms, to boutique firms to solo practitioners. She also works with accounting firms, recruiting firms, individuals, start-ups and entrepreneurs.
A former journalist, Stefanie often writes about issues facing lawyers and legal marketers today. She is also a frequent conference and webinar speaker on social media and marketing-related topics.
A lifelong New Yorker, Stefanie didn’t go far from home for her education. She holds a master of science in strategic communications from Columbia University (which she completed while working full-time) and a bachelor’s degree, cum laude, in history and art history from New York University.
Giving back to the industry that has given her so much is very important to Stefanie. She has served in several local, regional and national Legal Marketing Association volunteer roles. She was secretary of the LMA’s Northeast Region and co-chair of the 2019 LMA Northeast Regional Conference.
Stefanie consults for law firms, individual lawyers from firms of all sizes and a wide range of professional service firms, including accounting and recruiting firms.
Stefanie specifically helps companies and individuals with:
Social Media Strategy and Execution;
Business and Client Development; and
Marketing Communications Strategy and Execution.
In addition, she serves as the outsourced marketing department/strategic lead for a number of professional service organizations.
Stefanie lives in New York City with her French bulldog puppies Lucy and Scarlett, who serve as her company’s CFOs (Chief Frenchie Officers).
Articles in the National Law Review database by Stefanie M. Marrone