In this episode, I speak with privacy expert Jessica Clark about her journey to distributed work with CGL. She explains how she moved from a fulfilling job with the FTC in Washington D.C. to a leafy suburb in Canada. She also discusses why she didn’t want to (or ultimately need to) choose between her career and the lifestyle she desired.
To be sure, Jessica’s story shows the value of distributed work for lawyers. However, in her experience, the clients benefit too.
In this episode, you will hear about:
- Jessica’s career background
- What spurred her decision to pursue distributed work
- How she came across CGL
- The impact the distributed work model has had on her life
- The distinction between distributed work and remote work
- The benefits of a distributed model
- How a distributed model differs from COVID work-from-home arrangements
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