Dan Owen is the Chief Strategic Planning and Marketing officer at Robins Kaplan LLP. Dan’s primary role includes determining what the law firm’s clients are going to want in the next two to five years, and how to give it to them. He's a business leader passionate about strategic planning and client service. Dan is responsible for all aspects of marketing, client development, and elevating the national Robins Kaplan brand.
In 2018, Dan was recognized by Minnesota Lawyer as an Unsung Legal Hero. In 2015, Dan was distinguished as a Carlson Scholar by the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management, and early in his career, Law Technology News awarded him with the Most Innovative Use of Technology by a Firm.
For more than a decade, his previous roles at Robins Kaplan helped bring justice and restoration to people’s lives through journalistic storytelling. He has worked in over 100 courtrooms across the country and is passionate about serving and improving our legal institutions. Dan has keen insight in many areas of operations, including: vision and strategy, business planning, presentation-technology integration, multimedia production and marketing. Dan has a record of building high-performance teams and effective cross-functional leadership.
He has a master’s degree in business administration and a bachelor’s degree in journalism, both from the University of Minnesota. Dan also studied business data analytics at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School.
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