Womble Carlyle Chair and CEO Betty Temple moderated a panel discussion on “Adapting to the New Service Model” at a national conference for Big Law leaders.
The panel discussion took place at the 22nd Annual Law Firm Leaders Forum presented by the Thomson Reuters Legal Executive Institute and Intapp. The event, intended for top decision-makers at AmLaw 200 firms, took place Oct. 12-13 in New York.
Other participants included Peter J. Devlin, Chair, President & CEO of Fish & Richardson; John Hall, CEO of Intapp; and Laura King, Partner and Global Head of People & Talent at Clifford Chance.
On Nov. 1, 2017, Temple becomes the Co-Chair of Womble Bond Dickinson, a new breed of transatlantic law firm.
Betty Temple is Womble Carlyle’s Chair and CEO. She has more than 25 years of experience in securities law, including advising issuers and underwriters in connection with public offerings and private placements of securities. Temple has also represented companies in a variety of acquisition transactions, including asset purchases and sales, mergers, tender offers and proxy contests.