The International Legal Technology Association annual meeting near Washington, D.C., featured a TED-style discussion on how to "Reassess Your Calling to Redesign Your Career," moderated by
Whether via pink slip or boredom, leaving a job can be the best career move. Andrew Adkins III, CIO of Steptoe & Johnson PLLC, looks ahead to an ILTA conference panel featuring seven legal technology
...Hambourger, who left Seyfarth in October, and is now CIO of Dykema Gossett, also in Chicago. Jurczyk is a member of LTN's...
..., who left in October 2011, and is now CIO of Dykema Gossett, based in its Chicago office. Jurczyk, a long-time...
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