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.”
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Bob Ambrogi recounts his unorthodox path towards legal journalism, as well as where he sees the legal industry heading.
Bruce MacEwen discusses how he diagnoses the structural illnesses of law firms.
John Tredennick, the first to add "chief information officer" to his title, talks about how he earned respect and used it to make a...
Neota Logic co-founder Michael Mills talks about helping law firms and lawyers design their own tools.
Richard Susskind discusses his next book which focuses on technology in the courtroom.
In this episode of the ABA Journal's Legal Rebel's Podcast, host Terry Carter talks to Paul Lippe about his experience with legal innovation.