ATL’s Jabot podcast features Axiom’s Catherine Kemnitz
By Carolyn Buonomo
On the Intersection of Diversity, Attracting Top Talent, and Enriching Career Journeys
Above the Law’s senior editor Kathryn Rubino invited our own Catherine Kemnitz to join her on The Jabot Podcast—one of our industry’s most unique and influential programs—to discuss how technology can help women, people of color, LGBTQIA, and other populations overcome the challenges they face in our profession.
Catherine Kemnitz is executive vice president, chief strategy and development officer at Axiom and managing director of Axiom Advice & Counsel. She shares her unconventional career journey with Jabot’s listeners, which saw her start law school at 17 and, on her way to becoming a member of Axiom’s executive leadership team, overcome workforce diversity issues that challenge the profession today.
Her experiences underscore why talent diversification is crucial to the future of the business of law; how Axiom’s business model helps organizations achieve a more inclusive and effective workplace; and ways the modern lawyer can achieve unprecedented creativity, flexibility, and control over their legal career.
Regardless of what career stage you’re at, this episode of the Jabot Podcast is rich with insights, lessons learned, and discussion of new technologies and new ways of working that can help you accelerate your career success and quality of work life.
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