Probably not. Maybe Legal Evolution isn’t a blog.


Starting today, Legal Evolution will move to a biweekly Sunday publication schedule with occasional off-cycle posts connected to noteworthy developments. Then, over the summer of 2020–from Memorial Day to Labor Day–we’ll resume weekly publication. This is a publication schedule keyed to the academic year and the same as last year. See Post 065 (announcing 2018-2019 schedule).
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Godfather with his crew. From left to right: Jae Um, David Cambria, Casey Flaherty, Microsoft Trusted Advisor Forum, Sept 2018.

“If you set out to be an innovative company but don’t have or can’t create an A+ team of people, you’re just fantasizing. You really need great people.”

— Prof. Gary Pisano, Harvard Business School



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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