The Juro community is an exclusive network of lawyers and legal operations experts at high-growth companies. The Bundle explores the hot topics that have members scratching their heads - from enabling the business to scaling your legal career, to contract standardization, and much more.
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You'll find need-to-know insights from legal and business leaders at some of Europe's fastest-growing scaleups, like Liberis, HelloFresh, Omnipresent, Pollen, and more.
Learn all about contract standardization, enabling the business, information governance at a scaleup, and how to progress from lawyer to CEO from some of the leaders that have been there and done it.
The Juro team introduces this issue with an overview of why lawyers make great entrepreneurs, how legal can enable the wider business, and what the future holds for contracts and document standardization.
Document standardization is a no-brainer for legal teams in all companies, but particularly in scaleups. But how can lawyers working in high-pressure, high-growth environments get started with standardized contracts? Enter: oneNDA.
How have contracts changed over the past few years? Juro's co-founders explore the problems Juro is trying to solve, the tech lawyers use to agree and manage contracts, and answer some contract-related questions from the legal community.
What does the operations team want from its legal colleagues? What traits should legal adopt so they can enable operations at a scaleup? Find the answers in our collaboration case study, exploring the dynamic between legal and operations at Liberis.
What does the legal team want from its operations colleagues? Our collaboration case study, explores the dynamic between legal and operations at Liberis, looking at the traits operations teams need to adopt in order to enable legal at a scaleup.
Once you've established yourself as a seasoned lawyer at a scaleup, a lot of information simply lives in your head. How do you turn this information into a scalable knowledge base that is accessible for business colleagues?
In this interview series, we dive into the journeys made by lawyers who embarked on the entrepreneurial path to become CEOs. Firstly, you'll hear from Mary Bonsor, CEO and co-founder of Flex Legal.
The second interview is with Julia Salasky, CEO and founder of both Legl and CrowdJustice. What advice can she offer aspiring legal entrepreneurs?
The final interview in this series is with Janvi Patel, formerly chairwoman and CEO of the ALSP, Halebury. She shares her journey from private practice to in-house, and then from in-house to the role of an entrepreneurial leader.