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Patrick Palace joins us today and discusses how he’s created a successful firm that can run on the day to day without him. He shares how he spends some of his extra time & how he got to where he is today.

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Patrick Palace

PATRICK A. PALACE is the owner of Palace Law and Palace Personal Injury Law Group. Palace Law is a workers’ compensation firm and Palace Personal Injury Law Group is a firm dedicated to personal injury matters. He is and has been a partner in a number of joint ventures with tech companies developing new tools for lawyers. Patrick was the President of the Washington State Bar Association (WSBA) 2013-2014. He is a member of the National Conference of Bar Presidents (NCBP)(2014-present) that prepares and trains Bar leadership nationwide. He also Chaired the 21st Century Lawyer NCBP committee which produces monthly national webinars for bar leaders.He currently serves on the ABA Center for Innovation Board and on the Data Standards Committee which is tasked with creating the standards by which legal innovation shall be measured.

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Last updated March 21st, 2023