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This morning was my 3rd day sitting in on the Clio Conference. In the last 3 days, I have felt a surplus of inspiration from legal innovators, lawyers, non-lawyers, justice seekers, book authors, business CEOs, and more. When choosing which courses to sit in on and which to opt out of, I noticed a common trend. To name a few, the sessions I sat in focused on next-generation leadership, forward thinking, growth through adversity, creating…
I remember first getting approached by LexBlog’s CEO, Kevin, when I was the Community Associate at WeWork. The selling factor being, of course, the way he talked about LexBlog and the work they were doing. Having no experience in the legal industry, nor any interest in the tech industry, I politely told him (in so many words) I was too fond of my current community in my WeWork building to jump ship. He was persistent.…
Spending time in our support queue over the past couple months has given me assurance that I could never work in online design or UI. One of my favorite concepts is the idea of the aggregation of marginal gains, most recently popularized by James Clear in his book, Atomic Habits. He talks about the story of British cycling coach Dave Brailsford, who took the British Cycling team from one of the worst teams in Europe to…