Castleberry Named Lane Powell’s First CMO

Lane Powell is proud to announce that Jen Castleberry has been promoted to serve as the firm’s first Chief Marketing and Client Experience Officer.

In her new role, Castleberry will continue to serve as marketing department lead and as an advisor to firm leadership in positioning Lane Powell as an industry leader, working to deepen engagement with existing and future clients through best-in-class service.  Lane Powell President Chuck Riley commented, “Jen is an award-winning marketing strategist who is helping to fundamentally reshape the ways in which our firm interacts with our clients. Her high-functioning team is deeply integrated into our firm, helping us to improve communication and collaboration on every level.” Firm COO Joe Woods added, “As Lane Powell aims to continue its commitment to providing deep holistic partnerships with our clients, we are fortunate to have an exceptional talent in Jen Castleberry.”

castleberryjCastleberry joined Lane Powell as Director of Marketing in 2016 after spending more than 10 years in similar management capacities for Perkins Coie and Davis Wright Tremaine, where she was a founding member of De Novo, their dedicated innovation team. Throughout her career, Castleberry has continuously demonstrated strong leadership skills and the ability to develop teams that provide high-quality, innovative and efficient services. Her work has been recognized by numerous organizations, including the Legal Marketing Association and The Webby Awards.


Lane Powell is a Pacific Northwest law firm with a national — and international — reach. Our approximately 200 attorneys are trusted advisors, counsel and advocates for individuals, small and large businesses, including Fortune 50 companies. Since 1875, clients have relied on Lane Powell’s exceptional legal acumen and forward-thinking approach to resolve their most complex business, litigation and regulatory challenges. lanepowell.com

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