Ojen Sirin is the Chief Marketing & Talent Officer at Sullivan. She works with the firm’s lawyers on the intersection of business and professional growth and development, as well as oversees the firm’s global marketing efforts. She has spent the majority of her career developing the firm’s associates through talent management, individual career development plans, evaluation and feedback systems, and strategic and comprehensive work-brokering approaches. Ojen works in partnership with the firm’s department directors and practice group leaders to ensure that associates receive the appropriate levels of experience for their class year. She is responsible for developing and implementing all attorney training and sponsorship programs. Ojen co-manages the firm’s First Year Associate program, whereby first year associates rotate through each of the firm’s departments, and she coaches and counsels them in their placement. She also serves on the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee,

Ojen works closely with the firm’s Management, partners and Practice Group Leaders on business development strategy and growth. She is involved in all facets of the firm’s marketing and business development efforts, including strategic and revenue generation planning for practice groups, internal and external communications, content creation, and innovative ideas for business growth. 

Bar & Court Admissions

  • Florida


  • J.D., University of Miami School of Law
  • B.A., Florida State University

Community Engagement

  • Member, Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce Talent Development and Retention Council
  • Member, Professional Development Consortium
  • Member, National Association for Law Placement
  • Member, Boston Bar Association
  • Member, Florida Bar Association

Seminars & Presentations

  • "Professional Development and Work Assignments," NALP & ALI-ABA Professional Development Institute (November 2007)
  • "Using the Work Assignment Process as a Professional Development Tool," American Conference Institute, Washington, D.C. (October 2007)
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