Legal Evolution is going long on long-form content. This decision is reflected in our move to a Sunday publication schedule, which began in early June.

This editor’s note is made timely by Jae Um’s three-part series, Legal Innovation Woes (062-064).  It is not accurate to describe this work as a blog post.  It is strategic analysis on the legal industry of a depth and quality that is not available anywhere else on the Internet.  Jae is writing not to express her opinion but to solve a very difficult set of industry-level problems.  And that takes word count.

That pretty much covers it.  #SundayReading #LongFormContent. Thank you for your readership.

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For Memorial Day 2018, we are fortunate to have Holiday-quality content.  It is with great enthusiasm that I introduce Jae Um, our newest contributor.  From 2012 to 2017, Jae worked at Seyfarth Shaw LLP, rotating through a variety of roles in pricing, branding, client service, and business development before getting promoted to Director of Strategic Planning & Analysis. Kudos to Seyfarth’s leadership for recognizing Jae’s talent, promoting her early and often.

In late 2017, Jae left Seyfarth to found Six Parces, a market research firm that combines sophisticated market analysis with elegant strategy frameworks and results in the kind of insights that can get a large number of partners to nod in agreement. Jae is currently building out her inventory of datasets and reports, as the Six Parces is selling content rather than consulting.

Jae is a first-rate analyst with a fresh and distinctive voice. As you will see in her first post, “Stop the blame game: legal innovation is an extreme sport (051),” Jae has a gift for graphics that simplify what is important and complex. Further, for both the graphics and analysis, we laugh almost as much as we learn.

Thus, without further ado, please welcome Jae Um.

What’s next? See Stop the blame game: legal innovation is an extreme sport (051)