Monica Goyal, Entrepreneur, Lawyer and Innovator is the founder of Aluvion, a legal solutions company offering technology, paralegal and lawyer-driven solutions with a special focus on the quality, cost, and accessibility of legal services for both businesses and individuals. She began her career working as an engineer in R&D for companies like Toshiba, Nortel and Nokia while earning her Masters of Engineering at Stanford. She currently sits on the Canadian Bar Association’s Futures Initiative, and teaches a course on Legal Technology at Osgoode Hall. She was recently named one of 10 Women to Watch in Tech in the Journal of the American Bar Association.
Technology is changing how we operate—and in legal, lawyers and firms that adapt will be the ones that succeed in the long run.
Monica Goyal talks about new legal technology and why young lawyers nowadays aren't trying to experiment with it as much as we thought they would.
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