Larry Bodine, law firm marketing, journalist, web and marketing consultnaty

Attorney, marketer and journalist Larry Bodine edits and publishes news reports about the law for several leading websites, including:

Larry is a Supervising Attorney in the Legal Journalism Externship program of The Entrepreneurial Practice Portal. It is sponsored by The National Trial Lawyers association at Charlotte School of Law and Arizona Summit Law School.

He writes The LawMarketing Blog, which gets 400 visits per day -- more than 1 million visits over the last 10 years.

He is a member of the PILMMA Advisory Board (Personal Injury Lawyers Marketing and Management Association)

Ken Hardison presents the Hall of Fame Award at the PILMMA Summit

Journalism: An award-winning journalist, he has 20 years' experience in the news business, serving as:

  • Editor in Chief of, a LexisNexis website. 4 Million consumers read the latest legal news on over a 12-month period, producing more than 7 Million page views.
  • Editor and Publisher of the American Bar Association Journal
  • Editor and Publisher of Lawyers USA (formerly Lawyers Alert)
  • Assistant Editor of the National Law Journal
  • Reporter for the New York Daily News, the Star-Ledger of New Jersey, and other news publications.

A former litigator, Larry has served as an expert witness in litigation involving Internet marketing disputes. He served as the Director of Communications of Sidley Austin, based in Chicago.

He is also a well-known speaker on business development topics and is a cum laude graduate of both Seton Hall University Law School and Amherst College.

Recent Posts

Get: 6 Steps for Associates to Transition from a Worker Bee into a Rainmaker. Free download.


Based on one of my most popular presentations, "Transitioning Associates from Worker Bees to Rainmakers in Six Steps" is a must-read for younger lawyers.

Ken Hardison Presents the PILMMA Hall of Fame Award


At the Annual Summit of the Personal Injury Lawyers Marketing and Management Association, President Ken Hardison honored me with this award.

4 Crucial Steps to Become a Rainmaker


If you talk to most rainmakers, they'll say they weren't born that way, they were trained – and you can do the same.