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Vera Devera-Dalrymple

Vera Devera-Dalrymple is Ironclad's Community Builder. She is passionate about creating extraordinary, one-of-kind experiences, and loves working with legal teams. Learn more about Vera's work by visiting Ironclad's Community Page, here.

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Take 5 with Ben Newcomer, Software Engineer

Interested in life at Ironclad? Get to know our Cladiators through our weekly employee spotlight, Take 5. Tell us about yourself. I earned a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science with a minor in Chemistry at Georgia Tech. I worked in software engineering at Cisco for a year and then as a line cook at acclaimed Hawker Fare for seven months....

Take 5 with Mike Flores, Account Executive

Interested in life at Ironclad? Get to know our Cladiators through our weekly employee spotlight, Take 5. Tell us about yourself. After attending undergrad at Pepperdine, I caught the startup sales bug and was lucky to be part of a company that was acquired by Zillow. After working in Zillow's Seattle headquarters for several years, I made the journey back to the Bay Area in search for my next early stage company destination....

Take 5 with James Honsa, Head of Legal Engineering

Interested in life at Ironclad? Get to know our Cladiators through our weekly employee spotlight, Take 5. Tell us about yourself. I graduated from Stanford with a Political Science degree and joined Dropbox's commercial legal team as a new grad "Legal Analyst". I worked there for three years, doing everything from negotiating NDAs to being on-call for company-wide incident response....

Take 5 with Natalie Stam, Software Engineer

Interested in life at Ironclad? Get to know our Cladiators through our weekly employee spotlight, Take 5. Meet Natalie Stam, a software engineer on our product team....

Community Newsletter Ed. №7

This month, get to know Google's Legal Director, Chris Chin, and discover your next opportunity. Subscribe to our Community Newsletter to access 100% of the content, including job postings from our members. ...

Community Newsletter Ed. №6

This month, get to know Opendoor's GC, Beth Stevens, and discover your next opportunity. Subscribe to our Community Newsletter to access the content in full, including job postings from our members. Here are excerpts from this month's issue: ...

October Community Recap and Upcoming Events

October was a busy month for Ironclad's community! We hosted two Community Dinners for in-house counsels at a private home in Venice, and at the historic Sunday House in Austin. In Venice, DJ Daiana spun soul and funk overhead as guests enjoyed a feast in one of the first conventionally constructed LEED Platinum houses in California. For the latter event, most attendees were in town for the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC)'s Annual Meeting. A mix of lawyers representing retail, advertising, and tech companies across the US dined and connected over a delicious menu featuring sous vide jalapeño hangar steak in Austin's second oldest building, the Sunday House, at the Moonshine Bar & Patio....

Community Newsletter Ed. №5

This month we're excited to announce Chris Young has joined the Ironclad team as our new GC and that Will Yoon will be leading our next Rooftop Law School. Subscribe to our Community Newsletter to access the content in full, including job postings from our members. Here are excerpts from this month's issue: ...

Community Newsletter Ed. №4

This month’s newsletter shines a light on members of our community and the good work they're doing, upcoming community events, the latest job postings, and other resources. Subscribe to our Community Newsletter to access the content in full, including job postings from our members. Here are excerpts from this month's issue: ...

Rooftop Law School: The Case of the Unforced Error

On August 23rd, Luis Bacalao, Assistant General Counsel at Khosla Ventures, presented his fourth baseball themed Rooftop Law School session by recounting the case of a Nolan Ryan rookie card that was "mistakenly" sold to a 12-year old boy for $12.00 instead of $1,200. The store owner subsequently sued the boy for $1,188 to make up the difference. The discussion led with this question: Is a contract voidable in the case of a unilateral mistake?...