Sandra Boyer is a principal and the managing shareholder of Boyer Greene, LLC. She has consulted with law firms for over 25 years and her practice includes general management; strategic planning; associate development; marketing; mergers and acquisitions; and personnel management, including the recruitment of the law firm administrative team. Sandra is also the Founder and President of LEGUS, an international network law firms, a non-profit organization of affiliated law firms from around the world. The network focuses on referring work between firms and preparing firms for the future of the law practice as it emerges into a new era. She previously served as the associate director of the Institute on Law Firm Management and the Administrator of the law practice management continuing education courses at the Institute of Continuing Legal Education at the University of Michigan Law School, where she developed and administered courses and seminars on law practice management. She is a member of the Law Practice Management Section of the American Bar Association. She is also active in the Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section of the American Bar Association. In addition to being active in the American Bar Association, she is a member of the International Bar Association. Sandra has authored The Administrator's Guide to Firm Dissolution and has co-authored Succession Planning: The Legal Administrator's Role in Ensuring the Future of the Firm for the 2002 Association of Legal Administrators Management Encyclopedia - Volume II. She is the co-author of Associate Retention: Keeping Our Best and Brightest (June, 2002). She also co-authored The Survival Guide to Managing Effective Law Firm Management Strategies, published by the ABA Law Practice Divison. Her articles have been published in many law practice management publicaitons, including the ABA Law Practice Management Section's Law Practice Quarterly, the International Bar Association magazine and several other legal publications. She has lectured nationally and internationally at law practice management programs presented by the International Bar Association, the American Bar Association, the State Bar of Michigan, the Georgia State Bar, and the Association of Legal Administrators.