Dec 1, 2017
Odia Kagan knew she wanted to be an attorney at age three. As the story goes, she was found crafting a list of the harms she suffered at the hands of her then-one-month-old younger sister. Though that might have been child’s play, Kagan never deviated from her dream of becoming a lawyer. Though she spent her youth in Israel, she moved to the U.S. nine years ago, and she's now a transactional attorney in the U.S. In this episode of The Privacy Advisor Podcast, Kagan discusses the differences she perceived practicing in both jurisdictions, many of them cultural, and how she stays ahead of the curve advising clients in the face of emerging technologies.