New York, September 9, 2019 – Baker McKenzie is pleased to announce the hiring of JeanMarie Campbell as head of client development for North America. JeanMarie will lead the Business Development and Marketing function for the Firm’s 16 offices in the US, Canada and Mexico.

JeanMarie has 25+ years of experience in the legal industry and most recently held the positions of chief practice officer and managing director, clients at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe (New York).

JeanMarie has extensive experience in driving client targeting initiatives by identifying cross-practice and cross-region opportunities, building and leading key client programs, including client listening, and strategizing with and coaching lawyers on their business development efforts.

The Firm recently announced that Wendy Bernero will serve as global chief marketing officer. Wendy previously served as head of client development for North America.
JeanMarie said, “I’m thrilled to be a part of this market-leading Firm, and I’m looking forward to working closely with our lawyers to build and nurture client relationships and grow our market presence in North America.”

Global Chief Marketing Officer Wendy Bernero commented, "JeanMarie’s background driving key client programs makes her an invaluable asset to our team. She has a proven track record of growing and nurturing client relationships through client feedback and listening and working closely with lawyers, client teams and business development professionals."

During her career, JeanMarie has served as a client relationship executive director at Ropes and Gray LLP, chief of staff/COO legal, General Counsel's Office at AllianceBernstein, LP, and global director of attorney development at Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP. She is also a former practicing transactional attorney and an executive coach.

North America Chief Executive Officer Colin Murray commented, "There is no greater priority than listening to our clients and growing our relationships, and JeanMarie has the right experience to help us drive that important work.”
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