The firm’s annual Business Academy, a two-day training event for junior associates, was featured June 11 in Missouri Lawyers Weekly. The article highlighted the event – an incubator where young lawyers can reorient their thinking to consider a client’s perspective and imagine tech solutions for achieving client goals – as well as Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner’s overall push toward tech-based innovation. That push includes the client-focused tech divisions BCXponent and TechX, led by Chief Innovation Officer Katie DeBord and Chief Practice Economics Officer Chris Emerson. Both DeBord and Emerson were quoted in the article, as was Assistant Director of Legal Professional Development Kelli Dunaway, who oversees Business Academy.