We here at the Dashboard do our best to avoid shameless self-promotion. However, once in e blue moon, the need arises to recognize an outstanding achievement by one of our own. Today is that blue moon: Foley & Lardner LLP is proud to announce that Christopher Boll has received the Go-To Thought Leadership Award (Transportation) from the National Law Review. The NLR reviews the input and perspective of more than 15,000 talented lawyers across the country and selects only 75 for this annual award. The finalists are chosen based on their depth of knowledge in a subject area, as well as their commitment to providing timely information to in-house counsel, business professionals and other legal industry professionals. The National Law Review has deemed Boll just such a lawyer.
“We are extremely proud that Chris has received this national recognition for the quality of his work,’ said Mark Aiello, co-chair of the Foley’s Automotive Industry Team. “With contributors like Chris, our team provides our readers insight and analysis to those this regulated and competitive industry around the world.”
Boll provides insight and interpretation of legislation around the impact of autonomous vehicles. His offers a nuanced view of how self-driving cars, ridesharing, and scooters - as well as the developing field of autonomous transportation in general - impacts traffic, road conditions, and urban planning. While we have many contributors to the Dashboard, Boll’s work is routinely among our most thoughtful, as recognized by the National Law Review.
“Our regular readers know our industry blog is rarely used to promote an individual author or even the Firm itself,” said Jeff Soble, co-editor of Dashboard Insights. “But our team agreed that Chris earned this small bit of shameless self-promotion in his honor for his contributions to Dashboard Insights.”
Be sure to catch up on some of Boll’s authored work:
Planning for the 2020 editorial calendar of Dashboard Insights is already underway, but if you have industry concerns, topic ideas, or other suggestions you would like to see covered in future blog posts, please contact us!