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- How hiring is still largely based on referrals – with little tech enhancement.
- Anuj’s background in legal recruiting and on using tech to improve how to hire lawyers for specific jobs.
- Eric’s expertise in psychometric assessments and employee selection.
- On applying biopsychology to the legal field.
- Moneyball for Law – drawing statistical correlations between lawyer traits and legal outcomes.
- The key personality traits that are the most telling of performance in the lawyer workplace.
- How Hire an Esquire connects you to a vetted network of legal talent.
- Grappling with the fact that 50% of legal work could go freelance. How Hire an Esquire enhances work-life balance in the new legal economy.
- Why resumes are poor predictors of performance.
- Hard skills vs. soft skills in predicting lawyer success.
- The most important “soft skills” for lawyers.
- The biological roots of poise.
- On the importance of getting out of your neocortex.
- Things you can do to hone your soft skills.
- The importance of being good to your body – or at least take a deep breath!
- Looking back at law school – on learning the business of law and the importance of exploring different paths.
- Anuj’s journey from a traditional law career to legal tech – his focus on improving how legal services are delivered.
- Prestige points as shortcuts. Inheriting the biases of prestige filters.
- Learn more about Hire an Esquire and give it a try!
Links and Resources from this Episode
- For additional information go to https://abovethelaw.com/legal-innovation-center
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