51 minutes | Apr 20, 2021

Mike Lappin talks lessons learned from the C-suite, relationship building, health care, diversity, and the importance of being open to new opportunities

This episode features a conversation with Mike Lappin. Mike is an of counsel in Foley’s Milwaukee office, focused on mergers, acquisitions, and health care. Mike reflects on growing-up in Fox Point, WI, attending Duke University and the University of Wisconsin-Madison Law School. He discusses his decision to attend law school after spending a few years working on Capitol Hill and reflects on transiting in-house after spending the first 15 years of his career in private practice at a large law firm. Mike also provides great advice, reflecting on what he learned as a general counsel, corporate secretary, and chief administrative officer for a large health care system, sharing insights on relationship building, leadership, diversity and inclusion, and the importance of being open to new opportunities.
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