New Managing Director and Head of People joins firm on its mission to overhaul legal industry's growth company support model.
Boston, MA – modCounsel today announced its appointment of Katie Kiernan Marble as Managing Director, Global Employment Law, and Head of People. Katie brings over 15 years of experience in employment law and human resources to modCounsel’s global law and consulting practice. Katie will build out modCounsel’s Global Employment Law Practice Group, helping growth companies scale their employment programs to create quality employee experiences while simultaneously mitigating risk.
modCounsel offers an entirely new model for legal services with an experienced global team offering a fixed price, 24-hour response time and a proprietary risk management model providing day-one impact. In addition to global employment, modCounsel has several practice areas designed for growth companies, including contracts, corporate, legal operations, litigation support, mergers and acquisitions, and privacy.
Katie was drawn to the culture of modCounsel, a 100-percent underrepresented minority-owned and 50-percent women founded firm, and its goal to create a better option in the legal industry focused on client value and legal team impact. In her role as Head of People, she looks forward to impacting modCounsel’s culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion, as well as learning from modCounsel’s diverse team.
With dozens of clients across global markets, modCounsel has represented over one thousand legal matters and maintains a 98 percent client referral rate. “Katie is a talented and compassionate lawyer who will guide us on our broader mission to introduce positive change for all participants in the legal market,” says modCounsel’s Executive Managing Director, Ronak Ray.
With offices in Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Maui and Manila, modCounsel offers a smart legal model for its clients, providing in-house legal teams with concierge service at a fixed price. modCounsel is 100-percent underrepresented minority-owned and 50-percent women-founded firm.