The age of coronavirus has presented some fascinating challenges for lawyers in the venture capital space, Myra Beal says, reinforcing key teachings for such practitioners about the need to manage client expectations and join them, over the long term, on their investment journeys.
On this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by Metigy general counsel and chief of staff Myra Beal to talk about how the venture capital space has been impacted by the global pandemic and the corresponding issues that lawyers in this space have had to grapple with, together with trends that have emerged and lessons for lawyers moving forward into the new normal.
The pair also delve into the extent to which VC lawyers can make educated predictions about how the market will play out post-pandemic, whether there will be a greater diversity of clients on offer moving forward, and how legal work in this space can set one up for a meaningful vocational future.
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