Greg Griffin

Senior Vice President
Marketing & Business Development

Why I Love My Job
I love finding unique and creative ways to develop initiatives for clients to help them achieve their overall marketing goals.

Professionally Speaking

Recently listed by the Houston Business Journal as one of its “40 Under 40,” Greg consistently gives back to his community, profession and others. He has served in various senior roles at several law firms, including Director of Client Development at Ford & Bergner LLP; Director of Business Development at Mehaffy Weber PC; and Director of Marketing & Business Development at Hughes Watters Askanase. In these positions, he developed individual attorney business development and marketing plans, and a firmwide business development program; generated sales revenue by executing individual lead generation, action plans and strategic initiatives; and developed new practice areas and affinity groups based on firm needs.

Throughout his career, Greg has been respected enough to have a seat at the table where he shared strategic ideas and analytical processes that helped firms grow in personnel and revenue. He led teams and partnered with marketing committees to implement new websites, brand campaigns, events, marketing materials, business development programs and many other progressive initiatives for the firms. 

I can help you...

  • Build creative solutions to exceed marketing goals
  • Find ways to build your reputation as a leader in the legal community
  • Stay abreast of the trends and concepts in today’s environment
  • Coach and mentor clients on networking and the value of relationships

Favorite Interests

Running, cooking, traveling, philanthropy, playing alto saxophone, watching college sports, being a dog dad to a 10-year-old brussels griffon named Griff

Personally Speaking

Engaged with many legal and community organizations, Greg has held leadership roles with the Legal Marketing Association, including serving as a member of the board of directors of the Southwest Region. He was an ex-officio member of the board of directors of the Houston Bar Association, and has held leadership positions with the Houston Bar Association Auxiliary, where he remains active. He also has served on the board of directors of Kiwanis Club of Houston and Pride Houston.

Greg was named to the Houston Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 Class of 2019 (and on the Honorable Mention list in 2015), a Rising Star in the League of Women Voters’ Class of 2017 and a member of Baylor University’s Alumni by Choice Class of 2015.

Greg was born with a rare muscle disorder, and eventually decided to overcome the stigma and excuses he had lived with all of his life. He slowly started running in 2014, completed his first 5K and went on to complete the Aramco Houston Half Marathon in 2015 and 2017. The Houston Chronicle profiled Greg in an article about his fitness journey. He brings a similar focus and commitment to all his work on behalf of clients.