company culture

SF Pathways to Citizenship

After a long week, it’s hard to think of much beyond a hot shower and sleeping in the next morning.  But before that, you still have to wrap up a conference call, drop off dry cleaning, and squeeze in a parent-teacher conference.  We’ve all been there: there are countless causes in need and we have
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New Everlaw Employees

2015 wasn’t just the year of the Dressgate color debate and the Happy Birthday song judgment. It was also a year of change in legal technology. From where we sit, here’s what the year was all about: Better Case Narratives This year brought the ability to build a case during and in the same platform
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Nuts as Office Snacks

Wondering how we won a “Best and Brightest Company to Work For” award? Here’s a peek at how our office runs, in the words of our own Food Czar.   As an office manager, I have a variety of ever-changing job functions, and one with an immediate impact on office morale is food ordering. It’s
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Everlaw's Company Values

There are many articles about the company culture of technology companies like Google: 462 million results, as of this writing. And there’s no shortage of articles describing (and often bemoaning) the atmosphere in Big Law. But what about legal technology companies: how do they develop and maintain a company culture? We’ve been working hard on
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Women In Tech

The gender narrative in tech is rife with examples of inequality. Situations like reddit vs. Ellen Pao and GamerGate death threats show that discrimination against women in tech persists. As for representation, the numbers for women in tech are actually getting worse, especially in positions where they can influence product or business strategy. So how
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New Everlaw Employee

Hello! My name is Alex, and I recently joined Everlaw as a marketing coordinator. I’m thrilled to be part of a very exciting time for Everlaw, in light of our rapid growth (four new members in two weeks!), our recognition by Gartner, and a major new feature in the works. As I step into the
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PwC Leadership Styles Research

The skills needed to excel in a discipline are not the same as those necessary to lead a group of people. However, excellent litigators or engineers or innovators sometimes find their expertise rewarded with a role at the helm of a company.  The challenge is that, as consultancy founder Gerry Riskin explains, “You can’t manage
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