In House Warrior: The Call for Universal Inclusion with Jennifer Johnson of Calibrate Legal and host Richard Levick

The Call for Law Firm Universal Inclusion: Jenifer Johnson, Founder and CEO of Calibrate Legal, joins host Richard Levick to discusses the launch of Calibrate ID: (https://calibrate-legal.com/why-calibrate-legal/calibrate-id/) to help build universal inclusion at law firms and the challenges for law firms who are called to diversify, not just at the lawyer level but at the staff level as well.


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The Call for Law Firm Universal Inclusion: Jenifer Johnson, Founder and CEO of Calibrate Legal, joins host Richard Levick to discusses the launch of Calibrate ID: (https://calibrate-legal.com/why-calibrate-legal/calibrate-id/) to help build universal inclusion at law firms and the challenges for law firms who are called to diversify, not just at the lawyer level but at the staff level as well. In the show, she talks about the transformative moment of the book, The Future of the Professions (https://calibrate-legal.com/the-future-of-the-professions/) by Richard and Daniel Susskind.

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In House Warrior: The Call for Universal Inclusion with Jennifer Johnson of Calibrate Legal and host Richard Levick


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