Gregory Peterson, JD | Writer & PR Advisor | Former: TED Conferences Staff; Bush Fellow - Harvard Kennedy School; Lecturer - Boston U. School of Communications; Governor's Communications Director.
The US Justice Department's case against Apple changed our conversations about privacy, encryption and security — and left many questions unanswered. Story by Gregory Peterson.
Lawyers everywhere have become aware of threats posed by cyber attacks, malware and poor data-management practices. This report covers key technological and legal trends. (Gregory Peterson, MPA/JD, for Special Counsel.)
Practitioners who make it their business to cultivate increasingly effective work practices are the intended audience for this report. (Writer: Gregory Peterson, MPA/JD, for Special Counsel.)
We get it: You're focused on preparing for the bar exam itself. But have you given any thought to what comes after?
Gregory Peterson Story for the Law Blog at Special Counsel
For International Women's Day, Gregory Peterson wrote this story celebrating the contributions of women in the law.
Lawyers facing a complex managed review process can benefit from five key reminders. (Gregory Peterson story for Special Counsel)
24 hours. That’s the same blank “time sheet” of opportunity afforded to every other lawyer. Yet some professionals somehow accomplish so much more... (Gregory Peterson, MPA/JD, for Special Counsel)
Considering A "Staff Attorney" Position? You might be surprised at the variety of responsibilities (and rewards) that come with this title.
In 2013, Gregory Peterson conducted research on innovation practices in e-Discovery. (Document not publicly available.)
If you have not not yet read Matthew Butterick's "Typography For Lawyers," visit his website. You soon will be a believer in the power of good typography. (Writer: Gregory Peterson, MPA/JD)
Gregory Peterson aggregated and curated interesting news from legal industry sources. Attached are a few samples of these "Legal Industry Roundup" posts.
Background information is readily available for candidates willing to do a little research. Why not be well-prepared when you walk into that interview?