Jesse White is a passionate and tenacious public servant, writer, political strategist, social media innovator, and community organizer. Jesse served four terms in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives (2006 to 2014) and practiced law for 13 years after earning his juris doctor at Duquesne University School of Law in Pittsburgh, PA. With broad expertise in law, politics, public policy, social media management, strategic communications, community engagement, and telecommunications, Jesse started his own consulting firm, Perpetual Fortitude, in 2018. Jesse lives in Mechanicsburg, PA, with his wife Eileen, his two sons, Atticus and Augustus, his dog Delano, and two cats with whom he maintains a fragile détente.
Articles written by Jesse White
While the altruistic aspects of practicing law are important, lawyers must remain mindful that a law practice must turn a profit to survive.
Contracts govern nearly every aspect of day-to-day life in ways one may not even realize. From accepting the Terms and Conditions of an app on our smartphones to haggling over prices at a neighborhood yard sale, contracts are a fundamental part of modern life.
In the past decade, technology-assisted review (TAR) has become a standard tool in eDiscovery, the legal practice of collecting and producing evidence electronically.
We can ask Siri, Alexa or Google to tell us how our favorite team did last night or what the weather will be like tomorrow.
A new job offer is an incredibly exciting event. Whether this new opportunity allows you to leave your current job or call it quits on the stressful and tedious process of job hunting, you’re likely ready and willing to sign on the dotted line and get started.