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ILTA WHITE PAPER: JUNE 2015 WWW.ILTANET.ORG 6 The spring issue of Peer To Peer is filled with authors who have 25+ years of experience in the legal profession. Are we gluttons for punishment, as cynics might say? Or are we all about the Benjamins, since legal tends to pay more than many other industries? Whatever the answer, the fact remains that longevity is common in legal. We co-authors have a combined 60+ years of experience; and, reflecting back, we recognize where decisions beyond our control challenged our options to stay in legal and how we both worked hard to stick with it. Navigating the Waters of a Job Change Read the author bios in any ILTA publication and you see a trend: industry longevity. About the Author Michele Gossmeyer, Information Management Director, US/APAC at Dentons, has 20+ years of experience in large global law firms, including roles in information management, risk and compliance, communications, customer service, user experience enhancement, business analysis, budgeting, change management, project management, human resources, procurement, and network and back- office operations. Michele serves as the Executive Vice President on ILTA's Board of Directors. Contact her at michele.gossmeyer@dentons.com. About the Author Michael Kraft is the General Counsel of Kraft Kennedy. He founded the company with Peter Kennedy in 1988 and continues to provide guidance for the firm, contributing his unique insight into the technology challenges that face businesses. He is a frequent speaker on technology and its consequences for the practice of law, both for law firms and corporate legal departments. Contact Michael at kraft@kraftkennedy.com.

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