ATLANTA—Oct. 12, 2017 — The National Trial Lawyers recently announced an exclusively endorsed partnership with Crisp Video Group, a national legal video marketing and production company.
The National Trial Lawyers is a renowned professional organization composed of premier trial lawyers from across the nation who exemplify superior performance as either civil plaintiff or criminal defense trial lawyers.
“The National Trial Lawyers is proud to have Crisp Video Group as its newest exclusively endorsed partner. This prestigious designation means Crisp Video Group is the only video company that The National Trial Lawyers will endorse to its members, and we are enthusiastic about teaming with Crisp Video Group in the years to come,” said Michelle Swanner, executive director of The National Trial Lawyers.
The partnership seems appropriate, as both organizations are dedicated to expanding and improving law firms around the nation through continuing education and next-level marketing. Crisp Video Group has already produced legal videos for a number of attorneys who are members of The National Trial Lawyer’s variety of reputable rankings, including Top 100 Attorneys and Top 40 Under 40.
“It’s an incredible honor to partner with such a respected organization,” says Crisp CEO Michael Mogill. “Being the exclusively endorsed video partner of The National Trial Lawyers is a testament to the value we’re able to bring our clients, and a testament to our dedication to helping attorneys around the nation grow and improve their firm. This is a wonderful opportunity, and our team is thrilled to work alongside The National Trial Lawyers for years to come.”
The enduring relationship between these two nationally recognized organizations will pave the way for NTL attorneys who want to transform their current business development strategy into a marketing powerhouse.
Check out the featured video Crisp Video Group produced for Top 100 NTL member Greg Herrman, of Herrman & Herrman:https://crispdental.wistia.com/medias/r3xyg67wn8?embedType=iframe&videoFoam=true&videoWidth=150
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