Posts Tagged ‘CLOC’

112: The Duty of Technology Competence with Ivy Grey

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And the Tools we Use Each Day  In Episode 112 we talk with Ivy Grey, lawyer, Legal Tech Designer and Legal Tech author. For Ivy, the transition from lawyer to legal tech designer wasn’t difficult; growing up in Silicon Valley she naturally uses technology for efficiency.    Similarly, she’s embraced writing about technology with the goal of…

111: The Value of Efficiency and Effectiveness with Goodwin Procter’s Brooks Brown

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In Today’s Legal Market On Episode 111 Brooks Brown of Goodwin Procter talks about the initiative and energy required for consistent business development success; that building relationships that lead to new clients and additional work with current clients should be part of each day. Reviewing a single page business development strategy document weekly and prioritizing tactical…

110: Human-Centered Design and Business Development with Cat Moon

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A Mindset of Curiosity and Empathy Today’s guest is Cat Moon a practicing lawyer, educator and business leader with more than 20 years of experience in human-centered design, agile project management, strategic communication, and the practice of law. Human-centered design is a process, a set of tools, a mindset of curiosity and empathy.  It’s putting…

109: Listening to Understand with Sarah Cave of Hughes Hubbard & Reed

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Building client Trust and Confidence A partner since 2007, Sarah Cave kicks off our conversation talking about digging in on tough problems, being highly organized, and listening to understand a client’s wants and concerns.  She then shares her three-pronged growth strategy: Show Up: be thoughtful about determining events and situations to participate in that allow…

108: Joy On Both Sides of the Table with Judy Jennison of Perkins Coie

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Today’s episode features Perkins Coie intellectual property practice leader, Judy Jennison, in addition to her time in private practice, she spent 8 years as an in-house lawyer with Microsoft in intellectual property, product development, and antitrust compliance roles.  Judy Jennison Bio As a former in-house lawyer within a big organization, Judy understands the path to success…