On this week’s episode, Greg speaks the couple of words of French he learned on vacation.

Marlene talks about mentor/mentee relationships and Sheryl Sandberg’s discussion on how the #MeToo era places an external strain on promoting these relationships. Marlene touches on the three founders of Black Women Talk Tech, Esosa Ighodaro, Regina Gwynn, and Lauren Washington, as well as Sophia Amouruso and others on the importance of mentoring.

Greg also covers the Google year-long study on “psychological safety” of having trust between team members, and somehow connects airport malls to Bob Ambrogi’s recent interview of LegalZoom’s Chaz Rampenthal. (Listen to follow that line of thinking.)

This week’s guest is Lisa Rush, Director of the Travis County Law Library in Austin, Texas. She is on the front-line of Access to Justice issues by streamlining processes within the civil, and criminal courts. Lisa’s work is solving a huge issue many courts face.