Kristin Calve


Articles:

  • Friday, December 21, 2018
      Jannet Gurian, Senior Vice President and Chief Counsel with Thomson Reuters’ commercial & investor division, Refinitiv, below discusses her struggles with work-life balance. “You really can’t have it all,” she says. CCBJ: Tell us, what led you to a career in law? 
  • Friday, November 16, 2018
      Moving from PepsiCo to Uber was both a leap of faith and the opportunity of a lifetime for Tony West. Thanks to advice from his father and his devotion to servant leadership, he was ready. CCBJ: What led you to a career in law?
  • Thursday, September 6, 2018
      Intel VP and Deputy GC Suzan Miller doesn't strive for work-life balance; she strives for life balance with work as one component. What led you to a career in law?
  • Friday, June 1, 2018
    Lucy Fato, AIG’s EVP and general counsel, reflects on the ways in which her moral compass has been a constant guide throughout her legal career. CCBJ: What led you to a career in law? Lucy Fato: My parents were immigrants. My father was a tailor. Growing up I never knew any lawyers. I didn’t even know what they did.
  • Tuesday, April 24, 2018
    3M General Counsel Ivan Fong explains how the company’s vaunted commitment to innovation manifests itself in the legal department. CCBJ: The 3M Company has a long history of innovation across a range of products and technologies. How does that culture of innovation present itself in the law...
  • Monday, April 2, 2018
    Eric Dale, chief legal officer of Nielsen, the iconic global measurement and data analytics company, talks about the makings of a good lawyer – and a good job. CCBJ: What led you to pursue a career in law? 
  • Thursday, March 1, 2018
    Connie Collingsworth is chief business operations officer with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Her remarks have been edited for length and style. CCBJ: What led you to pursue a career in law?
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  • Thursday, May 12, 2016
    Our goal in publishing Metropolitan Corporate Counsel and its various digital offshoots is to provide readers, most of them senior legal executives at major companies, with news and information that holds special appeal for them. That may be because it shines a light on legal and business issues facing their organizations, or because it helps them advance...

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