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Ray Abadin and Stephen Embry talk about why attending legal conferences is valuable for both large and small firms.
Expert Ken Adams talks about improving the contract drafting process, why boilerplate language persists, and what attorneys can do to fix it.
Employing smart technology, what tech does for the legal environment, and the potential for small law and solos to step up in the marketplace.
David Leary talks about the impact that embracing technology, adopting the cloud, and business innovations can have on legal industry earnings.
Kristin LaMont, lawyer and adjunct professor, talks about how to maintain your work-life balance when your firm goes mobile.
Jean O'Grady discusses being at the forefront of pushing the legal industry toward embracing technology as a means of enhancing the practice of law.
Shemia Fagan talks about how she juggles being a litigator, legislator, legal hacker, podcaster, and more.
Lynae Tucker and Chris Morgan sit down with incoming ABA President Linda Klein, who is the 140th person to head the American Bar Association.
Joe Patrice speaks with Gilman Louie, Marc Rotenberg, and Harvey Rishikof about emergent technology’s effect on law enforcement and national security.