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Calibrate CEO Jennifer Johnson was quoted in a New York Law Journal article authored by Roger Barton, Managing Partner of NYC-based Barton LLP.

Commenting on the need for law firms to rethink the traditional Law Firm model in a post-pandemic world, Jennifer stated:

Jennifer Johnson“I would say the pandemic has given the opportunity to rethink the shape of a law firm. I think it has heightened an awareness that the traditional model may not be what we are going to see as having the most success going forward.”

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