December 6, 2021
By Nicole CotePage Reading Time: 2 minutes
San Jose, CA – December 6, 2021: The Corporate Legal Operations Consortium (CLOC), the leading organization dedicated to transforming the business and practice of law, has announced the first members of its new Education Advisory Council.
CLOC’s Education Advisory Council is comprised of 12 thought leaders drawn from across the legal ecosystem, each serving a minimum of one year in this role. The Council will help shape and drive CLOC’s content and educational offerings over the coming year.
“With our Education Advisory Council, we set out to create a diverse team that will bring unique perspectives and backgrounds to the table,” said Nicole Zafian, Head of Content and Education at CLOC. “We are honored to have these influential and innovative leaders serve the legal ops community by ensuring that CLOC is offering leading edge content and education.”
2022 Education Advisory Council
- Adam Becker, Director of Legal Operations, Cockroach Labs, New York, NY
- David Bruns, Director of Client Services, Farella Braun + Martel, San Francisco, CA
- Marla Crawford, General Counsel, Compliance, New York, NY
- Laura Dieudonne, Legal Operations and Administration Director, Delta Air Lines, Inc., Atlanta, GA
- Kurt Grasinger, Director, Legal Operations, Cox Enterprises, Inc., Washington, D.C.
- Richard Robinson, Director of Legal Operations and Litigation Support, Toyota, Plano, TX
- Priya Lele, Legal Operations Lead, Client Solutions, UK, US & EMEA, Herbert Smith Freehills LLP, London, UK
- Olga V. Mack, CEO, Parley Pro, Los Altos, CA
- Bibiana Martinez Camelo, Head of Legal Transformation and Innovation, Bancolombia, Medellin, Colombia
- Terri Mottershead, Executive Director, Centre for Legal Innovation at the College of Law, Queensland, Australia
- Basha Rubin, CEO, Priori, New York, NY
- Mateo Sanchez, Head of Legal Operations at Outside, Ranchos De Taos, NM
- Daniel Yi, CLOC Board Member, Washington, D.C.
“At CLOC, our mission is to move the business of law forward,” said Mike Haven, Chair, Board of Directors. “To do this, it is critical for us to constantly evolve our educational offerings. This outstanding group of thought leaders will offer their leadership, expertise and unique perspectives to keep our content fresh, cutting-edge and relevant to all segments of the legal ecosystem..”
The Educational Advisory Council will guide CLOC in delivering premier educational programming for professionals of all levels. The EAC will begin their work with a focus on CLOC’s 2022 portfolio of events. CLOC members and the legal community at large can expect to see innovative and impactful content ranging from fundamental principles of legal operations to the latest and greatest in legal innovation.
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