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Stacey Wang

Stacey Wang does all things marketing at Ironclad. Before Ironclad, she worked in Business Development at Palantir Technologies, and before that, she was a litigator at Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe. She is a California-licensed attorney and graduate of Harvard Law School.
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Recent Posts

Our Top 3 Takeaways from the Fullstack GC Conference

Last Friday, our team attended TechGC's fifth annual Fullstack GC Conference here in San Francisco. We had a great time connecting with GCs and exchanging ideas on how legal teams can stay ahead of the curve when it comes to protecting—and optimizing—their company's business operations. Here are our three main takeaways from the conference:...

Talking Community at SaaStr

From left: Mallun Yen (SaaStr co-founder), Jason Boehmig (Ironclad CEO), and Jess Lee (Ironclad Board member & Sequoia partner)...

Leveraging Contract Data: The Two Types of Data Every Legal Team Needs to Track Today, and How

On Tuesday morning, we partnered with IACCM to host a webinar on how to get the most out of contract metadata and process data. During the webinar, we defined both types of data and gave specific use case examples for both. ...

Meet Chris Chin, Legal Director at Google

Chris Chin is a Legal Director at Google and has been at the company for 16 years, since it was just a couple hundred employees spread across two buildings. When he started, the legal team tracked all of the company’s contracts on a single spreadsheet. Today, it is an industry leader, defining and setting the standards for how modern legal teams operate....

Meet Beth Stevens, Head of Legal and Brokerage at Opendoor

Beth Stevens is Head of Legal and Brokerage at Opendoor, a rapidly growing real estate technology company that operates in over twenty markets and purchases more than $2.5 billion in homes annually. Before Opendoor, Beth was General Counsel at Sidecar, a ride-sharing company, and at Earnest, a student loan refinancing company. If there’s one thing that impresses me the most about Beth, it’s that she’s been able to help her companies grow quickly in markets that are highly regulated. Navigating challenging regulatory regimes is difficult enough; doing so while that company is doubling or tripling in size is herculean....

Meet Chris Young, Ironclad's General Counsel

This month, we are thrilled to announce that Chris Young has joined Ironclad as our General Counsel. If Chris’s name sounds familiar, it might be because he was most recently GC of GoFundMe, an early adopter of Ironclad’s ... or, it might just be because Chris knows a lot of people. Chris’s wide-ranging and fascinating career has traversed private practice, tech, entrepreneurship, and even politics. ...

Meet Toby Willcocks, Ironclad Legal Engineer

Toby Willcocks was Ironclad’s first business hire. Over the past two and a half years, he’s worn a number of different hats at the company and has helped dozens of clients implement Ironclad....

Meet Matt Thanabalan, Ironclad's Legal Engineer

Matt Thanabalan joined Ironclad after working as an associate at Cooley LLP.  At Ironclad, he combines his technical, legal, and client service expertise to his work as a Legal Engineer. In this capacity, he implements contract workflows at places ranging from the Fortune 50 to Ironclad itself....

Introducing Blueprint with Lucy Li, Product Lead

Lucy Li is a Product Lead at Ironclad. A Carnegie Mellon-educated engineer, she led the front-end mobile web development of Salesforce's early tablet and phone product before joining Ironclad in 2015. She was the creative force behind many of Ironclad's core features, like red-line previewing and complex approvals. Most recently, she lead development of our most recent major product release, called Blueprint....

How Costly Are Manual Contracting Processes...Really?

There’s a light bulb moment that we’ve seen over and over at our customers--it’s when companies realize just how much money they’ve been spending on processing contracts, and why that matters. The average company spends almost $7,000 processing a low-risk contract, according to the International Association for Contract & Commercial Management (IACCM). Think about that. If your company signs a $100,000 contract, 7% of the contract value is out the window before contract fulfillment begins....