Sheryl Axelrod

Mayday, Mayday! Minimizing air carriers’ exposure by protecting their whistleblowers – lessons gleaned from AIR21,” The American Bar Association, Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section, Aviation and Space Law, Winter 2020 (co-published with Lisa Savitt in the Spring of 2020)

Ms. Axelrod’s letter about how she came to have grit (published in GRIT The Secret To Advancement: Stories Of Successful Women Lawyers) (August 7, 2018)

What We’re Taught About Women Who Rise,” LinkedIn, August 12, 2016

A Case for Increasing Gender Diversity on Corporate Boards,” Forum of Executive Women (authored by Sheryl L. Axelrod and Mary Beth Gray in consultation with Vicki W. Kramer), July 17, 2015

Guide to Promoting the In-House Legal Department Utilization of NAMWOLF Law Firms,” National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms, May 14, 2015 (authored by Alan Bryan, Gilda Spencer, Donna Johnson, Shanin Fuller, and Nancy Peterson, with input and oversight by John Murdock and Sheryl L. Axelrod)

“Challenging the Myths About Women and Minority Lawyers,” The American Bar Association, March 13, 2015

“Oh, The Times of Inequality, They Are A-Changin’,” The American Bar Association, March 13, 2015

Countering diversity fatigue: The audacity of hope backed up by data — seeing the paradigm shifting,” Women Lawyers Journal Vol. 99, No. 4, January 2015 (cover story)

“A Firm Of Their Own” – My interview by Diana Konate, Ms. JD Blog, December 30, 2014

“Uninvited: Preferred Counsel Lists and How They Limit Minority and Women-Owned Law Firms’ Access to Legal Work,” American Bar Association, December 1, 2014

Banking on Diversity: Diversity and Inclusion as Profit Drivers-The Business Case for Diversity,” The American Bar Association, June 12, 2014 (Listed among the ABA’s Top Resources)

Six Steps to Minimizing Gender and Minority Bias,” The American Bar Association, May 26, 2014

“A Primer on Diversity, Inclusion, and Equality: From the Profitability of Diversity to Unconscious Bias to its Impact on Our Country,” Take the Lead (the website of the “Take the Lead Challenge” featuring Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg), February 7, 2014

“Disregard Diversity at Your Financial Peril: Diversity as a Competitive Financial Advantage,” Diversity & the Bar, May / June 2013

Republished by The American Bar Association as the Featured Article, November 2013

Republished by The National Association of Women Lawyers, November 4, 2013

“Diversity is Good for Business: What You Need to Know to Comply with Section 342 of the Dodd-Frank Act,” September 5, 2012

“The Dollars And Sense Of Diversity,” The Pennsylvania Lawyer, July / August 2012 (cover story)

“Seven Steps to Starting a Law Firm,” The Philadelphia Bar Association Women in the Profession Newsletter, Winter 2011 / 2012

“Committee’s Goal is Helping Solos Succeed,” The Philadelphia Bar Reporter, September 2010

“Assessing Your Company’s Exposure in an Employment Discrimination Case,” May 27, 2009

Lisa Savitt

Mayday, Mayday! Minimizing air carriers’ exposure by protecting their whistleblowers – lessons gleaned from AIR21, The American Bar Association, Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section, Aviation and Space Law, Winter 2020 (co-published with Sheryl Axelrod in the Spring of 2020)

“U.S. Supreme Court decision on Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act,” Law360 (March 29, 2019)

“The New World of Personal Jurisdiction in the United States,” Union Internationale des Avocats Juriste International (2018)

Chapter on Personal Jurisdiction, Litigating the Aviation Case, Fourth Edition (August 2017) 

“The Perils of Going Global:  Personal Jurisdiction May Exist for Foreign Companies in U.S. Courts”, Journal of the Dispute Resolution Section of the International Bar Association (2008)

“Attorney-Client Privilege for the In-House Counsel is Not Absolute in Foreign Jurisdictions” , The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel (2007)