Kevin is VP of Education and Community Programs at Neota Logic, which provides a software development platform for creating expertise-automation apps that replicate the thinking of an expert and provide situation-specific guidance to users.
He’s also an Adjunct Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center and Cornell Law School, where he co-teaches courses application development using Neota Logic. His law school courses, culminate in a competition in which students present their systems to a panel of judges.
With Tanina Rostain of Georgetown Law and Roger Skalbeck, of Vanderbilt Law, he authored the Chicago-Kent Law Review article, “Thinking Like a Lawyer, Designing Like an Architect: Preparing Students for the 21st Century Practice” – 88 CHI.-KENT L. REV. 743 (2013).
Kevin graduated from Duke Law School where he won the school’s Dean’s Cup Moot Court Championship. He practiced law at Donovan Leisure Newton & Irvine in New York City as a litigation associate and did pro bono work for the Brooklyn DA’s Office, writing appellate briefs and arguing appellate cases.
He then formed a consulting practice in which he used his legal advocacy skills to help corporations improve the persuasiveness of their communications. He wrote speeches and directed many training and media projects for Fortune 500 companies including McGraw-Hill, Unilever, Pfizer, Merck, Chase, Coca-Cola, Disney, and J&J.
With his combination of legal and communication expertise, Kevin joined Jnana Technologies, a pioneer in legal expert systems, and created systems for Thomson (legal audit tools), CCH (tax advisors), and Bankrate.com (personal finance advisors that averaged 20,000 sessions daily).
Today at Neota Logic, Kevin works with large law firms, legal publishers, and corporations that want to leverage their expertise and meet the growing demand for automated delivery of customized guidance.
2019 Global Legal Hackathon judges Kevin Mulcahy, Josh Klayman, Esther Dediashvili, and Oz Benamram talk about how the hackathon promotes legal tech development and what they look for in winning teams.
Kevin Mulcahy, Amy Lauren, Dean Sonderegger, and David Fisher talk about what is happening at this years GLH in New York City.
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