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In this episode of The In-House Warrior podcast, Jennifer Johnson, Founder and CEO of Calibrate Legal, joins host Richard Levick to discuss the launch of Calibrate ID.

In the show, Jennifer speaks about building universal inclusion at law firms and the challenges for firms who are called to diversify, not just at the lawyer level but at the staff level as well. She also talks about her transformative moment in reading the book, The Future of the Professions  by Richard and Daniel Susskind.

Jennifer Johnson“As it stands, the majority of law firms disregard  50% of their population: those who are not fee-earning attorneys.  This is going to be detrimental to law firms in the future if they don’t address it at an enterprise level.”

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