Blog

Harvard Law Today Features Evisort's Memme Onwudiwe

May 15, 2019
Read the feature in Harvard Law Today from Evisort’s EVP of Business Development Memme Onwudiwe.

Memme Onwudiwe is Evisort’s EVP of Business Development

Few people at Harvard or elsewhere manage to pack more activity into a workday than Memme Onwudiwe ’19.

One day last month, he was finalizing deals for Evisort, the Harvard Law-MIT startup that he joined soon after its founding, which was then on the final day of a quarter. He was also a few hours away from an interview with the President of Ghana, the latest in a series of notable interviews he’s arranged for the Kennedy School’s Africa Policy Journal. Meanwhile, being a 3L a few months from graduation brings pressures of its own.

It all ties in with his belief that anyone who doesn’t pursue a wide range of interests at Harvard Law School is missing a golden opportunity.

To view the full article, click here: https://today.law.harvard.edu/memme-onwudiwe-making-the-most-of-a-golden-opportunity/

By Jeff Moore, Senior Contract Management Consultant at Evisort

Find out how

Evisort

can help your team

Test Evisort on your own contracts to see how you can save time, reduce risk, and accelerate deals.

Related Resources

Case Study
Healthcare
Finance
Compliance

Northern Inyo Healthcare District Achieves Contract Confidence with Evisort

On-demand Demo

Stop Reading Contracts: How Generative AI Can Help You Know Everything

On-demand webinar
Other
Legal
Enterprise CLM

What Generative AI for Contracts Can (and Can't) Do

Find out how

Evisort

can help your team

Test Evisort on your own contracts to see how you can save time, reduce risk, and accelerate deals.