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x-Taft Stettinius & Hollister counsel and Mitchell Hamline School of Law Visiting Professor, has joined AltaClaro as Executive Editor

New York, NY, June 3, 2022 –Leading experiential legal learning platform AltaClaro announced that Jen Randolph Reise, formerly counsel at Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP as well as Visiting Professor at Mitchell Hamline School of Law, has joined AltaClaro as Executive Editor.

Jen will be responsible for leading Altaclaro's course production team and scaling Altaclaro's experiential learning solutions.  

 "Jen brings a unique combination of skills-based teaching expertise and an innovative, startup mindset. She will help us expand our product offerings while remaining focused on the needs of brand new-lawyers and their employers," stated Abdi Shayesteh, AltaClaro’s CEO and Co-Founder.

 Jen is a securities and corporate governance lawyer by training, and practiced for more than ten years in a large firm and in-house. She spent the last three years as a full-time visiting professor, where she redesigned and taught business law classes and published on how to build transactional skills through online simulations and exercises. An entrepreneur at heart, she has also launched two legal-adjacent startups. Jen holds a B.A. from St. Olaf College, a J.D. from Hamline University School of Law, and a Mini-MBA for Lawyers from Boston University. 

To learn more about AltaClaro and its management team, please visit  altaclaro.com.

For more information, contact: media@altaclaro.com


About AltaClaro

AltaClaro is the leader in innovative experiential learning solutions for legal professionals and law firms. AltaClaro is designed to scale experiential learning for the legal profession, making it possible for law firms to facilitate fast, meaningful training to their attorneys: increasing attorney effectiveness, drastically reducing training and development costs, and reducing unconscious bias. For more information, please visit www.altaclaro.com.