Digital transformation in the legal profession is a train that’s long left the station. The only question facing law partners and corporate counsels is whether their attorneys and staff have adequate skills to compete in today’s digital environment. Read more
Career networking is like putting one foot in front of the other. Eventually, it can lead to exciting new opportunities you’ve never considered.
Even at a beginner’s level, surfing in Hawaii is a thrill. The warm air, lush green coastline, clear water and the sensory rush of gliding atop a wave make surfing a terrific adventure. But trust me: First, get a lesson.
An early travel writing assignment for Hawaii Magazine about Hawaii’s healing arts – September/October 2006. Read more
THE NAPA GROUP — As more arms get vaccinated and society creaks open its doors to a semblance of normalcy, workers and organizations are considering how, when and if they should return to their shuttered offices and classrooms. Read more
In this month’s issue of Western Energy, I interview Northwest Power and Conservation Council Chair Jennifer Anders and Clark Public Utilities CEO Lena Wittler on the Northwest’s changing energy landscape. See the latest issue here.
Nokes wrote a feature on golf entrepreneur Brett Allen for Golf Today Northwest Read more
PORTLAND FAMILY – The Northwest Children’s Theater & School (NWCT) is putting its own stamp on a venerable classic: Rudyard Kipling’s “The Jungle Book,” which opens January 31 and runs through March 1. Read more
One Local Young Lady Lights Up OBT’s “The Nutcracker”
Eleven-year-old Zaida Johnson knows all about pressure and poise. Last September, Zaida (pronounced “Zay-da”) gathered with her School of Oregon Ballet Theatre classmates to audition for the plum parts in George Balanchine’s “The Nutcracker,” to be performed December 13–27 at Portland’s Keller Auditorium. Read more