Stellar Women had the great opportunity to connect with Tiffany Graves this week on the podcast. Tiffany discusses how a dedicated guidance counselor helped start her path in the law, and how her career has evolved since earning her law degree.
During the conversation, Tiffany also discusses her transition from the private to public sector, and how her time in both areas prepared her for her current role as the first pro bono counsel at Bradley.
In this episode, we’ll build on that discussion to understand how to truly put yourself in your clients’ shoes. By doing so, you’ll be able to provide better service, and to align your firm’s interests with those of your clients.
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This episode features three practicing attorneys who excel at providing modern client service. To hear what they have to say, listen now!
This season of Matters expounds on the concepts outlined in Jack Newton’s book, The Client-Centered Law Firm. In this episode, our hosts welcome a legal consultant and blogger, the president of a bar association, and a practicing Big Law attorney to discuss the major impact that a shift towards client-centered lawyering is having across the legal industry. From the effects that client-centric legal practice has already had on this industry to the effects it will have in the years ahead, this discussion looks at some of the reasons why legal practice will never be the same.
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Episode Five’s guests include Jordan Furlong, Founder of the Law21 blog; Charlene Theodore, President of the Ontario Bar Association; and Tiffany Graves, Pro Bono Counsel at Bradley. Hear what they have to share with hosts Jack Newton and Nefra MacDonald!
No risk, no reward—in this second episode of season two of Matters, we’ll take a high-level view of the legal profession—chiefly, why lawyers tend to be so risk-averse, and the effects that this cautiousness has on legal practice, innovation, and firm sustainability.
For this discussion, our hosts, Jack and Nefra, welcome renowned legal author Mitch Kowalski, Big Law attorney and Access to Justice thought leader Tiffany Graves, and award-winning law professor and scholar Bill Henderson.
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As Pro Bono Counsel at a large southern law firm and the former Executive Director of the Mississippi Access to Justice Commission, Tiffany Graves sees how systemic inequities affect minority groups on a daily basis. “Firms have to do more,” she says, to counteract institutional racism and bring much-needed reforms to America’s legal and justice systems.
In this episode, Tiffany and Clio CEO Jack Newton examine: