Law Jobs for Humans . . . . but for which humans?
A little bit more info on our Law Jobs for Humans Event, coming up in Chicago on April 24.
A few weeks back we announced the first ever Law Jobs for Humans event, and the response has been overwhelming! We’ve already sold a solid percentage of our tickets (on one blog post and a couple of emails) and sponsor requests have been rolling in. The takeaway? There’s a need for this.
With that in mind, a quick update on the program and an answer to a frequently asked question.
The speaker lineup is filling up quickly and with some amazing people. In that vein, we’re pleased to announce the following have formally signed on:
Ivy Grey, Wordrake
- Ivy Grey is Director of Business Strategy for WordRake. A prolific and compelling writer, a lawyer, and by all accounts, an amazing dancer, Ivy will bring her great voice to Law Jobs for Humans. Ivy will participate on the “Employee” panel.
Jordan Galvin, Mayer Brown
- In her young legal career, Jordan Galvin already has the kind of job that many lawyers looking to get out of the past of legal careers and into the future. A 2018 Michigan State University Law grad, Jordan is Knowledge Management Resources Lead at Mayer Brown LLP. Jordan will join us on the “Employee” panel.
Brian Pike, General Motors
- Brian is an attorney but also an Operations and Process Analyst at General Motors. Like Jordan, Brian has had a relatively short but already varied and enviable career. At GM, he’s helping to lead the client-side revolution in legal services delivery. Brian will also be on the “Employee” panel.
Haley Altman, Doxly
- Haley Altman is a former big law associate and partner turned legal entrepreneur. Doxly is a secure legal transaction management platform that’s winning awards and changing the way large firms manage their deals. And it’s all thanks to Haley. Haley will join us on the “Employee” panel.
Ed Sohn, Thomson Reuters
- Ed is the Vice President of Product and Partner Management at Thomson Reuters Legal Managed Services business. Formerly known as the groundbreaking Pangea3, Thomson Reuters Legal Managed Services business oversees millions of dollars of legal work delivered by a large technology-enabled, technologically-connected group of foreign lawyers. Ed helped pioneer and launch many of Pangea3’s most valuable services and today writes a regular column on the changing nature of the legal landscape for Above the Law. Ed, too, will participate on the “Employee” panel.