Get ready to have your burning legal questions answered by seriously talented, former big law attorneys. Each week, we share an in-depth look at legal and business questions that can make or break your growth strategy.
Our goal is to tackle growth-centric topics to help your business harness legal strategies that minimize capital drain as you scale.
Today, we are sharing our personal journey of how we started.
CGL is a lean, fully distributed law firm overseeing multibillion-dollar transactions in Silicon Valley. Our mission is to create a space for everyone – our full-time employee attorneys as well as our contractor project-based attorneys – allowing an unprecedented level of freedom and autonomy so they could ultimately serve our clients better.
In this episode, you will hear:
- The start of our CGL journey
- The struggles of working at a big law firm
- Taking a thoughtful pause in the journey of self-discovery
- CGL’s mission and how our innovative model benefits our clients
- Finding the silver lining to everything that’s happening in 2020
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