Texas Lawyer Honors BAL Law Firm CTO With Legal Innovator Award

Richardson-based immigration law firm BAL announced that it has been recognized by Texas Lawyer for its tech-forward legal practice and for its next-generation attorneys. BAL said that Chief Technology Officer Chanille Juneau received the Legal Innovator Award, and that BAL Senior Associate Tiffany Lam-Bentley was also recognized as an attorney “On the Rise.”

The publication’s Texas Legal Awards recognize legal professionals who have introduced game-changing ideas and turned those ideas into reality.

BAL said that under Juneau, the firm’s in-house tech products team has developed industry-leading, award-winning tech tools, including BAL’s proprietary immigration case management software and mobile app, Cobalt, which are making a positive difference for multinational companies, their employees and families around the world.

“Innovation means overcoming real-world challenges people are facing, then leveraging legal knowledge and technical skills synergistically to come up with practical solutions,” Juneau said. “The most successful innovations spring from a people-centered purpose, and that is a core value of our culture and our approach.”

Lam-Bentley was recognized for her accomplishments and expertise as an immigration attorney, her strong leadership and mentoring skills, as well as her initiative in organizing pro bono events to benefit local communities in need of legal services.

Both will be honored at a ceremony on September 14 at the Arts District Mansion in Dallas.

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