James Goodnow, a Harvard Law grad, is the co-creator of the technology-based Lamber Goodnow business model and brand. When not practicing, he now spends his time working on the management committee of Fennemore Craig, P.C., where is a shareholder and director.
Goodnow has been recognized for his creative approaches to the business of law. He has been featured on the cover of the American Lawyer, with the related article highlighting his “meteoric rise” in the legal industry. The ABA Journal — the official publication of the American Bar Association — named him one of “America’s Techiest Lawyers.” iPad maker, Apple, selected him as the first lawyer ever to be featured in one of its global commercials, and it also ran a profile piece on the innovative ways Goodnow and his colleagues have used technology in the law on its website. He has appeared on the cover of Attorney at Law Magazine on three separate occasions, most recently being named “lawyer of the year.”
He regularly appears in the media. He has appeared on or been covered by CNN, CNBC, Fox News, ABC News, CBS News, NBC News, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, Newsweek, People Magazine and many others. His peers have given him the highest-possible peer-review rating: AV-Preeminent.
Goodnow is a prolific writer on the area of business and law. He writes a legal innovation, leadership and management column for Above the Law, he has served as a Forbes contributor, and he is the co-author of “Motivating Millennials,” which debuted at #1 on Amazon in the business management category.
Goodnow is deeply committed to his community. He serves on the board for the National Kidney Foundation of AZ, and he volunteers time mentoring entrepreneurs and business owners.