Kelly Culhane is guest on “Her Success Story” podcast to discuss women in law

Kelly Culhane is guest on “Her Success Story” podcast to discuss women in law

Culhane Meadows’ co-founder and managing partner Kelly Culhane recently spoke with Ivy Slater of Slater Success Coaching for an episode of Her Success Story podcast, focusing on the topic of women and the law, navigating the pandemic, work/life balance, and our love of tech when connecting with partners.

Here is a brief description of Kelly’s guest appearance:

This week Ivy Slater, host of Her Success Story, chats with her guest, Kelly Culhane. The two talk about the model of Culhane Meadows, a woman-owned law firm creating positive disruption within the legal marketplace using collaborative partnerships, technology, and a transparent compensation formula, showing clients and attorneys a better way to practice law.

Click here for the full podcast. Happy listening!

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