Above the Law: Culhane Meadows Co-Founders on the Best Way to Run a Virtual Practice

Above the Law: Culhane Meadows Co-Founders on the Best Way to Run a Virtual Practice

Two of our co-founders, Kelly Rittenberry Culhane and Heather Clauson Haughian, recently spoke with Above the Law’s Kathryn Rubino for her podcast, The Jabot, which focuses on the challenges women, people of color, LGBTQIA, and other diverse populations face in the legal industry.

The wide-ranging conversation with Kelly and Heather covers the process of opening up their own firm, and the values they believe to be the most important when establishing a practice. We also discussed the particular benefits and challenges of being best friends and business partners, as well as the biggest changes to their firm due to COVID. We also spoke about tips for practicing law virtually.

Click HERE for the full podcast. Happy listening!

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