Certified Legal Nurse Consultants Go Where the Attorneys Go

If you want to introduce yourself as a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant to a lot of attorneys in a short period of time, consider going where they go. You might not get invited to their parties, but you can attend the conferences they attend. Check the legal conferences in your area that relate to your CLNC® business: medical malpractice, personal injury, products liability, toxic tort, workers’ compensation or criminal cases and sign up to exhibit.

Certified Legal Nurse Consultant Susan Schaab, RN, BSN, CLNC shares: “I attend the trial lawyers’ association seminars related to medical malpractice and personal injury cases. I have come home with a new attorney-client or case every time. Even better is the thrill I experience when one of my attorney-clients, who is a highly respected plaintiff-attorney, introduces me as his CLNC consultant!”

At the legal conference, make it your goal to network professionally and to talk to as many attorneys as possible. Soon the attorneys will be introducing you as their Certified Legal Nurse Consultant to all of their attorney peers.

I’m Just Sayin’

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  1. I had a great opportunity this week to attend a seminar (FREE!) put on by the Ohio Bureau of Worker’s Comp, in conjunction with the local Piqua and Covington Chamber of Commerce. Title was “The Anatomy of a Worker’s Comp Claim” and included speakers from BWC, a well-known Ohio attorney (naturally, I introduced myself and made sure he has my business card …. and sent a follow-up letter), a third party administrator, and a local company rep. I never miss an opportunity to learn something and network. And this included CEU’s, although not in my field (HR and Safety). I am a new CLNC and have been busy reaching out …. chamber events, women in networking events, I will have exhibits at four bar association conferences this year, I have been asked to develop presentations at two nursing schools, I sent press releases upon completion of the program and have been interviewed by local newspapers …. it’s been exciting! Annette Powers-Kilburn

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