Ascension Stories #19: Alice Jump


Empowered by Effective Empathy

By: AltaClaro

The ability to put yourself in another's shoes—to see the world through their eyes—may be the most valuable skill a lawyer can develop. In this episode, commercial and employment litigator Alice Jump (Partner, Reavis Page Jump LLP) sat down with Ascension to share how her path, from an inspiring childhood education to BigLaw in the 1980s, in-house in the 90s, and now boutique law firm leadership, has instilled in her an appreciation for empathy as an invaluable advocacy and business development tool.

 

Register today to join us on Wed., April 25 for a FREE CLE webcast, and your opportunity to ask Alice and her colleague Nicole Page (Partner) your most pressing questions about the legal and business implications of workplace sexual harassment in the wake of the disclosures and allegations in the entertainment industry and beyond. Attendees of this live, interaction event ("#MeToo, Now What? The Sexual Harassment Debate from the Legal Trenches") will be eligible for 1 hour of CLE credit (Elimination of Bias) in both New York and California.

REGISTER HERE.

Also, catch up on previous episodes of Ascension Stories:

  • Episodes #1 and #2, featuring employment litigator and Littler Shareholder Jeanine Conley

  • Episodes #3 and #10, featuring Tiffany Comprés (Partner in the Miami office of Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, and Proskauer Rose alumna)

  • Episodes #4#5, Part I#5 Part II, and #6, featuring Audrey Ingram, Partner at Richards Kibbe & Orbe

  • Episodes #7 and #8, also featuring Jeanine Conley

  • Episode #9, featuring Julie Ryan, AltaClaro's Head of Experiential Learning (and Partner at Acceleron Law Group)

  • Episode #11, featuring Greg Stoller, healthcare/corporate transactions Partner at Abrams Fensterman

  • Episode #12 and #13, featuring Beate Parra, Managing Director & Head of Legal at UniCredit

  • Episodes #14, #16, and #18, featuring Darren Teshima, Partner & Co-Chair of Complex Litigation at Orrick

  • Episodes #15 and #17, featuring Jim Walker, Partner & General Counsel at Richards Kibbe & Orbe


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