John Tredennick is the founder and chief executive officer of Catalyst. A nationally known trial lawyer and longtime litigation...
Stephanie Francis Ward, a legal affairs writer, joined the ABA Journal staff in 2001. Stephanie had worked as a...
John Tredennick started a focus on legal technology in 1988—back when law firms saw it as something limited to fancy computers and adding machines. He asked Holland & Hart, the Denver-based firm where he was a partner, to add the words chief information officer to his title. “You need a leader, not just somebody on staff but somebody who understands the bigger vision of the firm—where we fit in the legal landscape and how we can harness technology to get us where we want to be,” Tredennick told partners. “I said, ‘I want to be that leader,’ and they made me the technology partner.”
In depth interviews with innovative pioneers in the legal profession.
Colin Rule talks about the possibilities–and pitfalls–for online dispute resolution technology.
Ken Adams talks about LegalSifter, a system that addresses the fact that many customers are doing the same tasks when dealing with contracts.
Nicole Bradick discusses identifying something that's not working in a law firm and the importance of investing the energy to fix it.
Amy Porter on her experience founding the online payment platform AffiniPay and how she drew on her experience as a college athlete.
Joyce Raby doesn't believe technology is the saving grace for the justice ecosystem, but she continues to work with technology at the Florida Justice...
In this episode of the Legal Rebels Podcast, Peck discusses his career and the technological changes he experienced with the ABA Journal’s Victor Li.