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A couple weeks ago, the annual ABA TECHSHOW 2017 conference featured the latest legal technology trends and innovations. While we were there, we had conversations with some of TECHSHOW’s biggest players and covered topics like artificial intelligence, data analytics, and women in legal tech. Check out the discussions for yourself below.
TECHSHOW Today: What Makes ABA TECHSHOW Worth Your Time
Dennis Kennedy and Laurence Colletti talk with Natalie Kelly and Jim Calloway at ABA TECHSHOW 2017. They discuss why the conference is valuable and why you (yes you) should attend next year.
TECHSHOW Today: The Evolution of ABA TECHSHOW and the Legal Industry it Serves
Dennis Kennedy and guests, Kimberly Sanchez, John Stewart, and Adriana Linares (who happens to be this year’s chair) talk about some of the changes at ABA TECHSHOW and how they reflect shifts in the legal industry at large.
TECHSHOW Today: Avvo is Making Law Customer-Centric
Dennis Kennedy and Steve Best talk to Mark about Avvo, why it works, and the issues it addresses that continue to plague the legal industry.
TECHSHOW Today: The Real Source of Innovation at TECHSHOW
Dennis Kennedy and Steve Best talk to Sam Glover, CEO of Lawyerist, about his company, his view of TECHSHOW, AI, and Lawyerist’s own conference, TBD Law.
TECHSHOW Today: The Women who Rule Legaltech
Dennis Kennedy and Steve Best talk to a large panel of legal technology experts (who also happen to be women), including Brooke Moore, Nicole Bradick, Heidi Alexander, Kristen Sonday, and ABA President Linda Klein.
TECHSHOW Today: TECHSHOW 2018 in the Making
Dennis Kennedy and Steve Best interview Tom Mighell and Debbie Reynolds, co-chairs of TECHSHOW 2018, about what stood out at the conference this year and what to look for next year.
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