Daniel W. Linna Jr. has a joint appointment at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law and McCormick School of Engineering as the Director of Law and Technology Initiatives and a Senior Lecturer. Dan is also an affiliated faculty member at CodeX – The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics. Previously, Dan was an equity partner in the litigation department at Honigman. Dan joined Honigman after clerking for U.S. Court of Appeals Judge James L. Ryan. Before law school, he was an information technology manager, developer, and consultant. Dan is a co-founder and co-director of the Institute for the Future of Law Practice. Dan is Vice Chair of the Legal Analytics Committee of the ABA Business Law Section. He was named to the 2015 Fastcase 50 as a person who has charted a new course for the delivery of legal services. In 2018, Dan was named an American Bar Association “Legal Rebel” and also inducted as a Fellow of the College of Law Practice Management.
Host Dan Linna and Catherine Krow discuss her company Digitory Legal and the importance of understanding and using data to better serve your clients.
Host Dan Linna talks to Laura Nirider about wrongful convictions in the US and how social media can help address and reduce their occurrence.
Marc Lauritsen and Quinten Steenhuis talk about how lawyers should be more engaged with legal technology applications and how to get started.
Laura Safdie, John Scrudato, Andrea Alliston, and Jeff Carr discuss the need for experiential training that prepares students and practitioners for the tech-driven future of law.
Dan Linna, Patrick Fuller, and Gina Passarella offer the biggest takeaways from their panel on what 40 years of data says about the state of the industry its future outlook.
Cynthia Brown, Michelle Dewey, and Jennifer Mendez discuss the benefits of robotic process automation in law firms.
James Sherer and Jordan Thompson discuss the implications of algorithmic malpractice.
Dorna Moini joins Dan Linna to discuss how tools like her own company Documate can affect significant change in the legal industry as well as explore the larger trends in legal innovation.
Law Technology Now host Dan Linna welcomes his new co-host Dan Rodriguez for a conversation about legal education and the role of innovation for all areas of the law.
Jeff Carr shares insights on best practices in modern legal departments.
Shannon Salter joins Dan to discuss Online Dispute Resolution and the broader implications of rethinking how claims get resolved.
Dan Linna welcomes Ralph Baxter who joins as a new host of Law Technology Now.
Helena Haapio and George Siedel outline how proactive law creates value, improves relationships and manages risks in the practice of law.
Jayne Reardon discusses current trends toward lawyer re-regulation.
Lucy Dillon and Nick Long of Reed Smith LLP discuss how modern law firms approach innovation and strategies for measuring the success of new projects.
Stephen Poor discusses how the implementation of modern business process methodologies and relevant technology help law firms improve their practice and deliver better services to clients.
David Curle talks about new practices in different areas of the legal industry, survey trends in the legal space and give tips on the most effective way firms can pursue innovation.
Danielle Benecke discusses the innovation strategy Baker McKenzie employs to evaluate and addresses legal and tech issues today and anticipates those of the coming years.
Wendy Butler Curtis discusses the work she and her team are doing at Orrick and the role of data driven decision making in a legal practice.
Gina Passarella and Nick Bruch talk about the American Lawyer 2019 Am Law 100 data.
Casey Flaherty talks about what it means to be the director of legal project management and if the community has been successful.
James Lee and Thomas Suh, co-founders of LegalMation, talk about how artificial intelligence can transform the practice of law.
Katie DeBord talks about how her role as chief innovation officer at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner helps the firm stay aggressively relevant in solving problems for their clients.
Jason Barnwell talks about the Trusted Advisor Forum and how his team at Microsoft is working to build the practice of the future.
Connie Brenton talks about her experience as a legal innovation expert who integrates technology into corporate legal departments.
Bob Craig talks about how the application of new technologies, like blockchain and smart contracts, could affect the way law firms function.
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