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Legally Disrupted: An Interview with Microsoft's Jason Barnwell (Part 2)

Posted by Axiom Law on March 11, 2021

A conversation with Jason Barnwell, Microsoft's AGC for Modern Corporate External and Legal Affairs, interviewed by Zach Abramowitz, lawyer turned legaltech entrepreneur and angel investor.

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How Does The Legal Function Demonstrate Value To Business?

Posted by Mark A. Cohen on March 4, 2021

Mark A. Cohen examines why the legal function has difficulty proving its value to business and proffers how it can make its case.

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Legally Disrupted: An Interview with Microsoft's Jason Barnwell (Part 1)

Posted by Axiom Law on February 26, 2021

Zach Abramowitz, lawyer turned legaltech entrepreneur and angel investor, interviews Jason Barnwell, the Assistant General Counsel for Modern Corporate External and Legal Affairs at Microsoft.

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Legal Meets Its Moment(s)

Posted by Catherine Kemnitz on February 3, 2021

Catherine Kemnitz, Chief Legal Officer at Axiom, discusses how legal leaders must move the legal ecosystem forward to meet twin moments of our time: the pandemic and the reckoning for racial justice.

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A Post-Pandemic Survival Kit For The Legal Industry

Posted by Mark A. Cohen on January 29, 2021

Mark A. Cohen discusses how the legal industry must embrace the digital transformation and customer-centricity to thrive post-pandemic.

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Why Can’t The Legal Function Prove Its Value?

Posted by Mark A. Cohen on January 19, 2021

Mark Cohen explores why the legal function has difficulty proving its worth to business.

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It’s Time to Rethink Your Legal Resourcing

Posted by Axiom Law on November 2, 2020

Axiom can help your department forge a “third path” between law firms and hiring in-house—here’s how.

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Diversity by Design: Axiom’s 2020 Diversity Report

Posted by Axiom Law on October 7, 2020

Axiom’s lawyer bench continues to be more diverse in terms of race, ethnicity, and gender than industry standards.