LexThink helps lawyers innovate more and collaborate better in firm retreats, practice group meetings, workshops and events by delivering meaningful, practice-changing experiences in creative and effective ways.


Retreats & Meetings

LexThink law firm retreats and practice group meetings use out-of-the-box methods, proven techniques and creative exercises to deliver a focused, collaborative and productive experience that your lawyers will remember for years.

Training & Workshops

LexThink Workshops utilize innovative methods like creative writing, improvisational theatre and role-playing exercises to teach lawyers how to find great clients, understand them more and serve them better.

Keynote Speeches

LexThink founder Matt Homann can speak at your next conference or firm retreat.  A passionate and effective speaker, he shares creative ways lawyers can make bold, innovative changes in their practices that profit both firm and client. Learn more.


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You Decide Our Fee

Whether you hire LexThink to deliver a speech, train your lawyers in business development skills or design and facilitate your entire firm retreat, we promise we will exceed your expectations.  Your absolute satisfaction with our services isn’t just our goal, it’s the measure of our worth — and ultimately the determination of our fee.  With LexThink’s “You Decide” Invoice, the rules are simple: you’ll pay what you feel is right after the work is done.  No questions asked.


New from the Blog:

Don’t Do It Yourself

Lots of firms want to have one of their lawyers — often a trial lawyer or rainmaker who’s “really good with people” — to facilitate their retreat.  Johnnie Moore and Viv McWaters, in a new eBook (.pdf)  on Creative Facilitation, explain why that’s not such a great idea: Is it best to use an internal…

Navigating the Exhibit Floor

Great visual about how people navigate the exhibit hall floor from Column Five.

Build Teams, don’t “Team Build”

Found an interesting article in The Telegraph about how ineffective “team building” actually is in most organizations. Workers would much prefer being able to communicate with each other better at work rather than being forced to build rapport with their co-workers by sharing adrenaline experiences or performing ‘trust’ exercises….  While the majority of workers surveyed (66…

Great Brainstorming Tricks

Scott Berkun shares some great tips and tricks on How to Run a Brainstorming Meeting.  The entire article is worth a read, but I especially liked his tips to get a group unstuck: What is the opposite of what we want? Get the group to describe, in detail, the opposite of what you want to have…