I am a seasoned in-house corporate lawyer with experience in a wide range of corporate legal matters including, but not limited to managing contracts from cradle to grave, developing, testing, and managing multiple contract management systems, engaging in high-stakes negotiations, as well as leading and managing corporate governance matters (e.g. corporate actions, resolutions, board of directors meetings etc.) Through all of these experiences, I have become adept with technology and have become a strong advocate for legal technology and legal innovation. I also am a firm believer that technological advancement should be embraced rather than feared by lawyers. I also like to write about legal innovation and legal technology.

My experiences have also afforded me plenty of opportunities (and continue to afford me opportunities) to give much thought to how processes and procedures can both help and hurt a lawyer’s ability to provide both responsive and efficient legal services and deliver optimal outcomes.

When I first started this blog, my posts covered a range of topics frequently encountered by in-house counsel. However, my blog quickly morphed into one focused solely on the impact of innovation and technology upon the practice of law. I seek to provide information about this topic through interviews with leaders in this field.

So, that is enough about me. I will leave you all with one final thought or, more specifically a request. Please feel free to contact me. I welcome conversations with anyone who may be interested in legal innovation, legal technology, or anyone who may already share my passion for legal technology and/or legal innovation.