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Cat Moon talks about how to achieve basic design competence, some lessons on innovation and design, and what role law schools can or should have in solving problems like access to justice.
Ralph Baxter talks about his career as a legal innovator.
Ben Balter talks about what GitHub is, why GitHub isn’t for lawyers, and some rules for communication and knowledge management that we can all take away from GitHub’s model.
Sarah Smerage talks about how lawyers can better collect and promote customer reviews.
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.
Law Technology Now
Sarah Schaaf, CEO of Headnote, talks about the key things law firms can learn from tech companies to improve how they operate.
Insurance expert discusses employment of expert witnesses in claims cases, working with defense attorneys and most effective strategies for testimony in typical cases.
The Insurance Law Podcast
Ashley Cox talks about what you need to do to prepare to hire, how to find the best applicants for your firm, and how to set up a new employee or independent contractor for success.
Bill Burnett discusses how lawyers can improve their practices and solve problems with design-thinking — a methodology for innovation, strategy, and reinvention.
Mathew Shurka, Alphonso David, and Jocelyn Samuels discuss the practice of conversion therapy and talk about their advocacy efforts and dedication to raising awareness about this issue.
Michael Mogill talks about how lawyers can stand out with video marketing.
Barbara Bavis talks about where you can research legal topics for free.