The Legal Intelligencer – Make Room Millennials: Gen Zs Are Coming to Law Firms By Melissa Hazell Davis

Melissa Hazell Davis, Senior Associate in the Firm’s Commercial Litigation practice group, published an article in The Legal Intelligencer entitled, “Make Room Millennials: Gen Zs Are Coming to Law Firms”. The article covers the entry of Generation Zs into the workforce, the varied priorities of each generation when it comes to work and how law firms can proactively adapt to a five-generation workplace.

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The Legal Intelligencer – Let’s Get Down to the ‘Business’ of Law and the Role of Nonlawyers By Jessica Mazzeo

Jessica Mazzeo, Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer at the Firm, published an article in The Legal Intelligencer entitled, “Let’s Get Down to the ‘Business’ of Law and the Role of Nonlawyers”. She discusses how being effective at “lawyering” does not always equate with being a successful attorney as there is now much more involved in what is now known as the business of law.

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ABA Experience – What I’d Tell My Younger Self By Cheryl Borland

Cheryl Borland, Of Counsel at the Firm, published an article in the American Bar Association Experience entitled, “What I’d Tell My Younger Self.” She writes a letter to her younger self reflecting on her career, including the gender bias that she encountered early on, the positives of being an introvert, and the challenges that caused her to become the lawyer she is today.

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The Legal Intelligencer – Hello? It’s Your Client Calling. Where Are Your D&I Initiatives? By Jessica Mazzeo

Jessica Mazzeo, Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer at the Firm, published an article in The Legal Intelligencer entitled, “Hello? It’s Your Client Calling. Where Are Your D&I Initiatives?”. She discusses the increasing pressure from corporate clients to diversify their legal counsel and the ways in which law firms can better meet these expectations.

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Business Law Today – The Anniversary of #MeToo: A Time of Reckoning for Law Firms By Pamela M. Harper

For the past year the #MeToo movement has altered the landscape of corporate conduct and accountability, not only for senior management but for corporate boards as well, as evidenced by the recent controversy surrounding CBS’s former Chairman and CEO Moonves.

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