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LawWithoutWalls (LWOW) is a part virtual collaboratory of lawyers, entrepreneurs, VCs, and students, designed to innovate how lawyers practice and are trained.
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LawWithoutWalls Dec 13
We are delighted and excited to announce the first ever LWOW PopUp in next month 🇬🇧 Many thanks to our hosts ! MARK YOUR CALENDARS -- we'll see you on January 23rd.
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Peter D Lederer Dec 13
An historic event! The very first 𝙚𝙫𝙚𝙧 PopUp is coming next month!
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Janders Dean Dec 9
Oh we’re ready for this sprint - don’t you worry about that.
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UCD School of Law Dec 2
"My dream ... is ... law schools will be training ... 1) creative problem-solvers ... 2) cross-competent leaders with a high-risk tolerance ... 3) business-minded and business-focused industry experts ..." ()
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Janders Dean Dec 5
Calling all 2019 student alumni - the London office have announced our 2020 Internship initiative. Could a career in legal management consulting be for you?
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Janders Dean Dec 5
Great to have the one and only Fonzie of drop by JDHQ London today to say hello. Great to see you
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Janders Dean Dec 7
7/25 JDHQ was delighted to see another year of awesomeawesomeness via this year. Massive congrats to all teams, mentors, sponsors, and community and of course for another awesome year. Bring on #2020.
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LawWithoutWalls Dec 4
Thrilled to announce our first ever LWOW PopUp will take place on Thursday, 23 January in London! Thanks to for hosting us! Click here to learn more:
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The Florida Bar Nov 26
This story is worth a moment of your time. Great things happening at 's .
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LawWithoutWalls Nov 21
We are so excited to announce some of our sponsors for LWOW Sprint 2020! 10 sponsored teams have been taken by Carlton Fields, HSBC, Paul Hastings, Pinsent Masons, Spotify, and White & Case! Only a few teams left! Email lawwithoutwalls@lwow.org to secure one of the last teams!
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Miami Law School Nov 13
The excitement continues at the Faculty Book Celebration. , Professor of Law & Founder and Director of , takes a moment from the festivities to share a little bit about her book, “New Suits: Appetite for Disruption in the Legal World”.
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LawWithoutWalls Nov 12
CardsWithoutLaw and Law Against Cards?
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Janders Dean Nov 12
When you get mentors together to toast the continued success of the students in their absence. Awesome!
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LawWithoutWalls Nov 7
Celebrating 10 years of LWOW in 2020 with all-new offerings! Learn more about LWOW Sprint, our 2-day weekender on innovation, collaboration, & transformation, as well as LWOW Xed and LWOW PopUps 🔟
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LawWithoutWalls Nov 6
Please get in touch - we'd love to cross paths!
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LawWithoutWalls Oct 23
2020 News: Check out the LWOW Sprint: a 2-day weekender on innovation, collaboration, & transformation. Only 7 Team Sponsorships left thanks to , , &
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Miami Law School Oct 17
continues to represent around the globe! Prof. , participated in the in Madrid. As director of , she spoke on this year's theme of "rethinking the legal profession."
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LawWithoutWalls Oct 15
Thanks for this excellent profile of LWOW, including all-new 10th year offerings; featuring LWOWers , , , LWOW Founder -- plus winning teams from and !
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LawWithoutWalls Oct 14
Founder of , Professor was featured in an article today about her presentation on the secret to differentiation in law market in the Abogados
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IE Business School Oct 11
Michele DeStefano , Founder and Executive Director of and Associate Professor at identifies five key aspects that can help make your project a success.
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