Law Technology Now
Law Technology Now explores the latest in legal technology and innovation. Key players in the legal technology community join the hosts to highlight the top trends and developments in the legal world. Tune in to hear conversations about innovative ways to improve the practice of law, providing greater access to justice, and making legal services more affordable.
Ralph Baxter sits down with Professor Richard Susskind OBE to discuss Richard’s latest book, Online Courts and the Future of Justice.
Law Technology Now host Dan Linna welcomes his new co-host Dan Rodriguez for a conversation about legal education and the role of innovation for all areas of the law.
Jeff Carr shares insights on best practices in modern legal departments.
Judy Perry Martinez shares an overview of current projects and activities at the ABA.
Shannon Salter joins Dan to discuss Online Dispute Resolution and the broader implications of rethinking how claims get resolved.
Bill Henderson offers insights from his career journey and discusses the drivers behind the development of the Institute for the Future of Law Practice.
Panelists from London-based law firm Bird & Bird discuss the implications of Brexit for US companies operating in the UK.
Dan Linna welcomes Ralph Baxter who joins as a new host of Law Technology Now.
Helena Haapio and George Siedel outline how proactive law creates value, improves relationships and manages risks in the practice of law.
The Honorable Andrew Peck discusses his post-retirement career as senior counsel at DLA Piper in New York City.
Jayne Reardon discusses current trends toward lawyer re-regulation.
Lucy Dillon and Nick Long of Reed Smith LLP discuss how modern law firms approach innovation and strategies for measuring the success of new projects.
Stephen Poor discusses how the implementation of modern business process methodologies and relevant technology help law firms improve their practice and deliver better services to clients.
Kisha Brown describes how her platform, Justis Connection, connects attorneys of color to their communities.
David Curle talks about new practices in different areas of the legal industry, survey trends in the legal space and give tips on the most effective way firms can pursue innovation.
Danielle Benecke discusses the innovation strategy Baker McKenzie employs to evaluate and addresses legal and tech issues today and anticipates those of the coming years.
Wendy Butler Curtis discusses the work she and her team are doing at Orrick and the role of data driven decision making in a legal practice.
Ryan Steadman and Alex Babin of Zero talk about how lawyers can streamline daily operations with AI.
Gina Passarella and Nick Bruch talk about the American Lawyer 2019 Am Law 100 data.
Casey Flaherty talks about what it means to be the director of legal project management and if the community has been successful.
James Lee and Thomas Suh, co-founders of LegalMation, talk about how artificial intelligence can transform the practice of law.
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.
Zach Warren talks about what Legaltech News will be focusing on at the show, what’s different about this years Legaltech and if LegalWeek has improved in the last couple years.
TJ Johnson talks about what technology projects law firms are implementing today and whether or not law firms are generally successful with new technology.
Jason Barnwell talks about the Trusted Advisor Forum and how his team at Microsoft is working to build the practice of the future.
Raad Ahmed discusses the growing platform of hiring attorneys online, assisting small business owners with attorney hiring, and take a look at LawTrades as a marketplace, a platform, and a network.
Connie Brenton talks about her experience as a legal innovation expert who integrates technology into corporate legal departments.
Dan Linna talks about how lawyers should think about technology and innovation.
Christy Burke talks about she started her own legal technology marketing company.
Jeffrey Brandt explains how he manages to write a daily newsletter while working full-time with a firm and the automation that allows him to be efficient.
Lucy Endel Bassli talks about her company, InnoLegal Services, and how she and her company can impact the legal industry.
Haley Altman talks about what it takes to grow a legal tech company and position it for acquisition in today’s market.
Larry Bridgesmith discusses how law is changing to a client-first business model and talks about the technology that will enable lawyers to run their firms better, faster, and cheaper.
Josh Becker talks about legal analytics, machine learning, and the impact these new technologies will have on the legal industry.
Alma Asay discusses how she started and sold her legal technology startup and the experience she faced when working with lawyers as clients.
Richard Hellars talks about the goals of the conference and how ALT worked to achieve these goals through various speakers, workshops, and social events.
Co-owners of LawToolBox, Jack and Carol-Lynn Grow, talk about what problems LawToolBox solves and what sets them apart from their competition.
Zach Warren talks about the details of Legalweek 2018 and how newbies can attend the conference without getting overwhelmed.
Bill Josten talks about the results of the 2017 State of U.S. Small Law Firms survey conducted by Thomson Reuters including the common challenges facing small and solo firms.
Nicole Shanahan talks about why intellectual property is important to a law firm and how her company is working to reduce the cost of producing assets.
Tony Lai, CEO of Legal.io, talks about the company and how it’s working to close the access to justice gap.
David Fisher talks about what blockchain is and its application in the legal industry.
Silvia Hodges Silverstein discusses legal services procurement, including what it is and how it changes the way legal services are bought and sold.
Paul Carr talks about how Axiom uses technology, including AI, to modernize legal services and streamline processes.
In this legal technology podcast, Joshua Lenon, lawyer-in-residence for Clio, talks about the upcoming Clio Cloud Conference.
Brian Cuban opens up about his own experience as an addict and how he now works to help those with similar struggles.
Tracy Stevens, VP of Product and Design at MyCase, talks about cloud based practice management software and product design.
Chris Bentley talks about the legal innovation program at Ryerson University and the importance of weaving technology courses into legal education.
Jay Mandal discusses how his startup bootcamp for lawyers helps students learn cross-disciplinary skills that can make their legal businesses thrive.
The co-founder of the Legal Information Institute (LII) talks about what the LII is and how it has adapted to changing technology.
Ten barriers that block the adoption of technology, five strategies to this issue, and how the adoption of technology will help get legal aid to those that need it.
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