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Candidates Vying for Some In-House Legal Roles May Have to Get in Line

Going into the fall, in-house legal may continue to see a large number of applicants vying for a limited number of jobs. However, alternative legal service providers may begin to woo a significant portion of that talent pool away. Writer Frank Ready turned to TRU's Jared Coseglia for input.

Jared Coseglia quoted in Corporate Counsel

Friday, 11 September, 2020
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ALSPs' Contract Expert Hiring a Product of Newcomers' Quick Growth

While new alternative legal service providers (ALSPs), or those that have launched a new service, are fast building up their contract teams, most established ALSPs aren't in a rush to add contract tech experts to their staff. Victoria Hudgins of Legaltech News asked for TRU's Jared Coseglia to weigh in with his deep market knowledge.

Jared Coseglia quoted in Legaltech News

Friday, 11 September, 2020
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Temp Workers May Struggle to Find a Regular Desk in Corporate Legal

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, corporate legal departments may be relying more upon contract or temporary workers to help prevent burnout among overworked employees or round out the expertise needed to tackle high stakes issues like privacy. However, the question of whether a temp gig can lead to permanent employment may have no easy answers. Corporate Counsel reporter Frank Ready checked in with TRU's Jared Coseglia for his input.

Jared Coseglia quoted in Corporate Counsel

Thursday, 03 September, 2020
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Want a Job in Legal Technology? Your Answer is Increasingly at ALSPs

“The Breaking Tradition” series aims to provide insight into the world of New Law: the innovative ideas, the thoughtful opinions, and the alternative paths that many looking to reshape the legal industry have taken. With that in mind, Law.com is publishing a series of Q&As to hear directly from the major players in this space in their own words. In this edition, TRU founder and CEO Jared Coseglia answered questions from editor Zach Warren.

Jared Coseglia interviewed on Law.com

Tuesday, 25 August, 2020
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GCs Looking for Jobs Post-Pandemic Should Flex Cybersecurity and Crisis Management Muscles

The COVID-19 pandemic has equipped corporate attorneys with a brand new set of skills and experiences but has also fundamentally changed what legal departments may be looking for from a new hire. In order to stand out from a stack of resumes, attorneys may have to redefine their value as a leader and corporate asset. Writer Frank Ready sought out TRU's Jared Coseglia for his advice to attorneys seeking new employment in a post-pandemic job market.

Jared Coseglia quoted in Corporate Counsel

Friday, 21 August, 2020
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Layoffs May Force Legal Departments to Balance the Heartfelt With the Vague

Months into the COVID-19 pandemic, businesses are still trying to manage the economic fallout—which in some cases includes layoffs. Thanks to social media, many of those departures are taking place on a very public stage, where corporate legal departments may have to help their organizations balance the reputational damage that comes from saying either too much or too little at all. Journalist Frank Ready sought out TRU founder and CEO Jared Coseglia to share his thoughts on the subject.

Jared Coseglia quoted in Legaltech News

Thursday, 20 August, 2020
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Will Contract Work Help Legal Technologists Get Through The Recession?

The pickings might be slim for recently laid off legal technologists, with on-demand legal staffing providers seeing varying current opportunities for contract hiring. But they all agree remote work will become commonplace in the legal industry. Legaltech News journalist Victoria Hudgins reached out to TRU CEO Jared Coseglia for his unique job market knowledge and interpretation of hiring trends.

Jared Coseglia quoted in Legaltech News

Friday, 07 August, 2020
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The State of the e-Discovery and Data Privacy Job Market: Pre and Post COVID-19

Monday, 03 August, 2020
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Contract Tech Won't Replace In-House Roles, but It Could Change Skill Expectations

The COVID-19 pandemic may have more legal departments turning to contract tech for help navigating force majeure clauses or potential opportunities for savings. But don’t count on software being swapped for human beings anytime soon. Still, while contract tech may not be reducing the need for legal department head count, it could be influencing the types of skills employers are seeking out. Frank Ready of Legaltech News tapped TRU's Jared Coseglia for his expert opinion on where tech and human assets will intersect and what that means for legal tech pros.
Jared Coseglia quoted in Legaltech News

Monday, 20 July, 2020