Conversations with CGL: Professional Insights and Personal Journeys
A business podcast from Hannah Genton
A rare glimpse into the business and work/life issues that impact CEOs, thought leaders, the legal community and influencers.
Each week, co-hosts Hannah Genton and Noam Cohen – Founding Partners of CGL, a fully-distributed law firm focused on disrupting the legal industry by providing top-quality legal services in an autonomous workplace model, share authentic discussions with business and legal leaders that reveal the crucial decisions they made, both personal and professional, to get them to where they are today. Hannah and Noam, with the help of their team and other industry experts, will also cover key legal insights, current events and other hot button topics to help you navigate an ever-evolving business and legal landscape.
Join the conversations that fuse business, law and humanity, success and authenticity, and learn about the challenges and successes of these leaders as they balance life, career, entrepreneurship and legal matters.
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