, I welcome Mark Levine who has won the brass ring several times in his career. Mark is General Counsel and Secretary at Flexion Therapeutics, a commercial stage biotech company.
UPDATE: This webinar has already taken place. For a rough transcript, click here.
Please join me for a webinar on building business relationships on Tuesday, May 12, 2020 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM. Free for members of the Boston Bar Association. We will be discussing the importance of building your network and how networks are crucial for career advancement and business generation. I will be offering some tips on how to do this effectively at a time when getting together in person is not possible.
Just before the COVID crisis really heated up, I interviewed Lauren Resnick, who is the Chief Practice Partner for the national law firm BakerHostetler. Lauren is someone who not only broke through the glass ceiling at an AmLaw 100 firm, but she did it as a part-time attorney. I spoke with Lauren about her path from the public sector back into private practice, and what it was like being part-time. We also discussed some of the challenges of being in a
The reality of COVID-19 is hitting all of us hard. Our lives and careers are being significantly disrupted. At a time when we most want to come together, we are being told to socially distance. While that seems like the new normal, we still have ways to connect virtually. In this vein, I am writing to offer you the chance to reflect on what you really want from your career. If you have more down time right now or if the coronavirus is just causing you to rethink your priorities, The Juris Doctor is In.
My tips for managing your career during the COVID-19 crisis. A special edition of the Counsel to Counsel Podcast. Click here or listen wherever you get your podcasts. If you are feeling isolated or if you just want a sounding board, I also invite you to set up a time for an informal consult by Zoom. I’m always happy to speak to lawyers about their marketing or their efforts to build a practice.
Women have made significant gains in the legal profession. But even in 2020, women are woefully underrepresented in the partnership ranks of major law firms. In the coming months, I will be interviewing women who have broken through the glass ceiling and have been elevated to partnership.
Josh Rissmiller, is now a partner at a corporate boutique in Boston. But he started his legal career at one of the top firms in New York and lateraled to an international firm in Boston. What was it like to leave a large firm, what did he gain by starting out as an associate at a big New York firm and how is his life different (and better) at a boutique.
Anyone who has ever met John Hession knows that he is not your typical attorney. He is someone who really tries to connect with everyone whether they are partners, associates, support staff or clients. John is also someone who has tremendous wisdom about what it takes to succeed in a big law firm.
I’ve known John for over 25 years and recently sat down with him over breakfast to catch up. We talked about practicing at a big firm and his transition into more of a professional
In the latest episode of the Counsel to Counsel podcast, I welcome former U.S. Senator William “Mo” Cowan. Mo currently serves as President, Global Government Affairs and Policy for General Electric. In my interview, he talks about his journey from the practice of law to public service and into government affairs.