Legal Lessons for Women Entrepreneurs with Megan Cornell – June 25th 2020
Innovation in sectors where there typically isn’t a lot of innovation makes for quite the opportunity – just ask Megan Cornell, CEO & Chief Ideas Officer, Momentum Business Law and Momentum Law Labs!
Megan spent the first decade of her practice working in Big Law, learning what all sizes of businesses in all types of industries need to succeed. Along the way, Megan developed a philosophy of client care, which is based on clients driving the firm and its direction. Megan kept a close eye on technology developments and knew that technology could be put to better use to provide more timely, more accurate and more affordable business law services.
In 2012, Megan decided to bring her philosophy and technology together to create Momentum – a new kind of business law firm dedicated to providing complete business law solutions to clients in a way that works for clients. Megan believes that Momentum needs to grow and evolve at the same pace as any other business, and welcomes the continuing evolution of business and the business of law.
“I knew I wanted to go out on my own, and that was driven by feeling we weren’t being very proactive with our clients. I knew I wanted to do something different than the billable hour.”
On this week’s THRIVE Podcast, sponsored by the Business Development Bank of Canada and Scotiabank, Megan discusses innovating in a space not typically associated with Innovation.
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