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The Recorder: Practicing Law the ‘Open Source’ WayJuly 23, 2020
O’Melveny partner Heather Meeker authored an article for The Recorder about practicing law using the principles of open source.
“For years now, I have been specializing in open source software licensing law, and it’s been a fascinating area of practice. As part of that practice, I have educated a lot of clients about how open source licensing works. But in the process, I’ve learned even more from my clients,” Meeker writes. “Generosity and a collaborative mindset are ‘open source’ values that can help lawyers not only achieve their goals, but also provide career satisfaction and the highest levels of client service.”
Read the full article here.
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