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Michele Richman

Michele Richman

As Lawline's VP of Business Operations, Michele helps Lawline recruit and retain A players and works to create an engaging, vibrant collaborative work environment for Lawliners and the other like minded companies who share its open tech work space. Michele lives with her husband David and sons Max (12) and Eli (9) in Maplewood NJ, and enjoys hiking and biking in the South Mountain reservation and trying new restaurants with friends and family.

No Man Left Behind

By Michele Richman on Jun 6, 2014 6:21:26 AM

Last night, team members from Lawline/FurtherEd participated in the JP Morgan Chase Corporate Challenge's 3.3 mile run around Central Park which raises money for the Central Park Conservancy, a private, not-for-profit organization formed in 1980...

Best Selling Author Hal Elrod Brings The Miracle Morning to FurtherEd

By Michele Richman on May 22, 2014 11:55:59 AM

Last night FurtherEd hosted its first event in its newly renovated collaborative downtown work space with motivational speaker and best selling author Hal Elrod. Hal shared his personal struggles which led him to discover and embrace what he...

How Listening to the Customers Saved a Company

By Michele Richman on Mar 3, 2011 1:59:31 PM in Core Values, Professional Growth

In the recent issue of Inc Magazine, Bill Crutchfield, founder of Crutchfield Electronics Company, credits his customers with teaching him everything and saving his business. Crutchfield shares two experiences where he went to his customers to...

The Controversies Relating to Steve Martin’s Novel An Object of Beauty

By Michele Richman on Jan 19, 2011 10:39:00 PM in Professional Growth

I recently read and enjoyed Steve Martin’s newest novel An Object of Beauty, which follows the story of a young and ambitious art dealer whose career blossoms quickly in the NYC art world. Lacey Yeager is a low-level employee for Sotheby’s who...

BLINK- Book Review Part 2: Where Our Instincts Betray Us

By Michele Richman on Sep 22, 2010 4:51:00 PM

In Part 2 of BLINK, author Malcolm Gladwell demonstrates where our unconscious fails us and we make the wrong snap decisions.  He presents a study where individuals of all different sexes and races went to car dealerships wearing the same type of...

BLINK – Book Review

By Michele Richman on Sep 8, 2010 5:10:04 PM in Professional Growth

During the entire period, I read Malcolm Gladwell’s book BLINK, anyone around me would hear me exclaim to myself, “Wow”, “That is so interesting” or “Unbelievable”.  The first part of the book is about thin slicing, which demonstrates that some...