September 28, 2023
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm, Eastern Time
SU ACS in Conversation with Public Relations Experts Erica Fisher and Meg McEvoy
The Syracuse University Chapter of the American Constitution Society (ACS) is proud to invite you to a thought-provoking and informative Q+A session happening TONIGHT from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM in Room 106 and on Zoom. Come enjoy some refreshments and meet the rest of the ACS Team, as we discuss the dynamic intersection of law, public relations, and mass media with two accomplished public relations experts, Erica Fisher and Meg McEvoy.
Join us for this exceptional opportunity to discuss the many challenges of preparing clients for media exposure, cultivating a client's public image, and how the court of public opinion ultimately affects and shapes the dynamics of the legal courtroom.
Erica Fisher is a Senior Account Executive at The Bliss Group and NextTech Communications. She works with clients across various industries, primarily in the law and legal tech sectors, workplace, ed-tech, and more. As a Senior Account Executive, Erica specializes in media relations and thoughtful leadership initiatives. She also leads her PR firm's social media strategy, content development, and general account administrative duties. Erica spearheads NextTech’s internal marketing efforts and co-leads the junior professional development team. Prior to working at NextTech, she worked in the legal nonprofit sector, coordinating research and community-based advocacy efforts. Erica is based in New Jersey and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies from the University of Pittsburgh and a Master of Studies in Law from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.
Meg McEvoy is an Account Director with The Bliss Group and NextTech Communications. A former Bloomberg Law analyst known for her risk and legal expertise, Meg is deeply familiar with the legal research industry and information & analytics product cycle. As a legal reporter and editor at Bloomberg Law, Meg covered various topics, including privacy, healthcare, and antitrust, both in the newsroom and on the research side. As an analyst at BLAW, Meg wrote data-driven pieces on the legal industry, business of law, and legal technology, including AI and machine learning, and co-hosted a podcast on the future of the law. Meg is based in D.C. and has a B.A. in English from the University of Virginia and a J.D. from William & Mary Law School.
We hope to see you there! Bring a friend! All are welcome!