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Thursday, March 17 • 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Lawyers as Entrepreneurs: It’s Not Just About Doing Business

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Lawyers have always been entrepreneurs, in the sense that
they create and run businesses. But entrepreneurship means much more than
that. It means treating problems as opportunities for action and having
conviction about the upside of change. Our panelists will share their
experiences as lawyer-entrepreneurs and their perspectives on the role of
entrepreneurship within today’s legal industry.

Speakers
avatar for Nicole Bradick

Nicole Bradick

Chief Strategy Officer, CuroLegal
Nicole Bradick is Chief Strategy Officer at CuroLegal, a company that works with lawyers to launch and grow next-generation firms through consulting, technology services, and flexible staffing solutions. She was the founder and CEO of Custom Counsel, a nationwide network of freelance attorneys, which was acquired by CuroLegal in 2015. Nicole has been recognized as a 2012 ABA Journal "Legal Rebel" and was named to the Fastcase 50 list of global... Read More →
avatar for Josh Kubicki

Josh Kubicki

Chief Strategy Officer, Seyfarth Shaw LLP
The imminent death of BigLaw has been widely reported, but Josh Kubicki sees it differently. / / As a seasoned intrapreneur within the legal vertical, Josh is a firm believer in the capacity of mature organizations to drive innovation and launch new businesses. Drawing from his experience consulting for legal businesses of all shapes and sizes, Josh combines design thinking and Lean startup methodologies to strengthen the organization's... Read More →
avatar for Adam Ziegler

Adam Ziegler

Managing Director, Library Innovation Lab @ HLS
Adam Ziegler is an attorney and member of the Library Innovation Lab at Harvard Law School where he leads technology projects like Free the Law, Perma.cc and H2O. Before taking that role, he co-founded a legal tech startup named Mootus and represented clients for over a decade at Covington & Burling, Goodwin Procter LLP and Donnelly, Conroy & Gelhaar LLP, where he was a litigation partner.


Thursday March 17, 2016 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Astoria Room Third Level