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Patrick Palace give tips on how lawyers and legal tech vendors can develop better working relationships.
Team Legal Shapers talk about the basics of their app, Lawrelai, a law related AI app.
Team InteliLex discusses how their software tool is powered by machine learning algorithms that intelligently suggests relevant language culled from a lawyer's own past work product.
Team Uthority gives an overview of their product, which lets users simplify legalese in official communications to help people identify whether they are facing a legal problem.
Team VIZ.LAW discusses their backgrounds and roles on the team and talk about how they came together to form VIZ.LAW.
Team Cynapse discusses their backgrounds and roles on the team and give an overview of how their product works.
Team Clevius discuss how CLEVIUS applies AI and machine learning to assist in the translation of legal documents into the 24 languages of the European Union.
Team E-Barristers describes how their product helps users with insurance grievances connect with inexpensive legal help.
Paula Faria of Team YouSolve talks about the platform, which helps solve consumer problems by educating them on their rights and offering possible solutions.
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.
Chantal Vermeire gives our listeners a sneak peak of her keynote presentation topic and what it’s like to be a GLH judge.
David Fisher talks about what’s going on at this year’s hackathon.
Dennis Kennedy and Tom Mighell offer their ideas for bringing the legal tech community together in a collaborative online space.
Sheng Li, Deon Woods Bell, Aaron Burstein, and Vandy Howell talk about the section’s Big Data Task Force and their forthcoming special report.