Teaching Law Students to Find Their Own Executive Presence

We’ve heard before that we should “dress for the job we want,” but it takes a lot more than a great suit to make a solid impression. It is a collection of factors that establish true “executive presence” (EP). Jessica Wood was pleased to weigh in on this topic at a recent Georgia Latino Law […]

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BRAWW Creates New Law in Tennessee

In today’s ever-growing gig economy, the line between contractor and employee is often blurred. For purposes of attorney-client privilege and outsourcing, a key concern is whether in-house counsel’s communications with outside consultants are protected. In an economy where contractors and consultants are used more frequently, this case promotes the in-house counsel’s role in the outsourcing […]

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