Sandra J. Boyer
Sandra J. Boyer
LEGUS Co-Founder & President
Sandra is the co-founder and President of LEGUS, an international network of high quality law firms located around the world. Described as “a key visionary in the legal industry”, she works closely with the LEGUS Advisory Board and its Leadership Team to provide forward-thinking education, management, administration and marketing programs that help LEGUS go above and beyond the traditional network model.
Sandra is also President of Boyer Greene, LLC, a law firm consulting organization with offices in Ann Arbor, Michigan; Reno, Nevada and Bedford, New Hampshire USA. She has been consulting with law firms since the early 1990s, and her expertise includes general management; succession planning (leadership and client); strategic marketing and development of marketing tools; strategic planning; associate development; retreat facilitation; lawyer compensation; firm evaluation; and personnel management including the recruitment of the law firm professional and administrative team.
Her legal industry experience includes work at the Institute on Law Firm Management, and the Institute of Continuing Legal Education at the University of Michigan Law School – where she helped develop and administer law practice management courses and seminars.
In 2003, Sandra was inducted as a Fellow of the College of Law Practice Management in recognition of her outstanding contributions and sustained commitment to the highest standards of professionalism in law practice management.
She is the co-author of: Associate Retention: Keeping Our Best and Brightest (June, 2002), and The Effective Associate Training Program, Revised Edition (2006.) Both books are published by the American Bar Association’s Center for Continuing Legal Education. She is also the co-author of The Survival Guide to Implementing Effective Law Firm Management Strategies, published by the ABA Law Practice Division.
Sandra also serves on the Olivet College Board of Trustees and recently received the Olivet College 1844 Award for outstanding commitment and success in her professional life as well as her commitment to Olivet College and its goals and strategies.