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Tag Archives: Mentor

If (lawyer = in-house counsel)…

Posted in In-House Practice

Guest Blogger: June Casalmir is counsel for consumer & marketing practices at Sprint Nextel, where she advises on a wide variety of marketing, advertising, and consumer-related issues. In her role, June supports the company’s social media, business marketing, and sports marketing efforts.    I am a curious person by nature, and notwithstanding my liberal arts background, I… Continue Reading

Square One 2.0

Posted in Leadership

Follow along as our new ACC President and CEO, Veta T. Richardson, chronicles her first year at ACC, with this monthly blog series. The voice, views and stories expressed in this series are of the author and are not ACC’s. To read the first installment of this series, click here. On the Importance of Mentoring… Continue Reading

Diversity at Royal Bank of Canada Law: No Flash, Just Pure Substance

Posted in On the Road

Guest Blogger: Howie Wong is general counsel and corporate secretary at Toronto Community Housing, which is the largest landlord in Canada. Prior to joining Toronto Community Housing in 2005, Howie was an M&A lawyer for 19 years with Gowlings, a national Canadian law firm. David Allgood’s office is surprisingly spartan. Search as you will, but… Continue Reading

The Key to a Bright Future

Posted in In-House Practice

Guest Blogger: Daniel Harper is vice president, corporate counsel and secretary at Océ North America, Inc. He also serves as president of the ACC Chicago chapter. Mentor: a wise and trusted counselor or teacher; an influential senior sponsor or supporter. The definition of mentor certainly lends itself to my perception of what a good lawyer… Continue Reading