Hosted by Monica Bay and Bob Ambrogi, Law Technology Now explores the latest in legal technology. 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 technology improving the practice of law, providing greater access to justice, and making legal services more affordable.
Dan Linna talks about how lawyers should think about technology and innovation.
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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.
This podcast focuses on ImmigrationJustice.us, a website built to organize legal professionals who are seeking ways to help immigrants.
Adriana Linares, the chair of ABA TECHSHOW 2017, talks about what legal professionals can expect at the conference this year.
Monica Bay talks to former United States District Court Judge Shira Scheindlin about the American Immigrant Representation Project (AIRP).
Rocket Matter CEO Larry Port discusses his company, investors and competition, and gives advice to young technology entrepreneurs.
Guests discuss Legalweek 2017 a conference originally focused on technology but has broadened its scope to include the whole legal industry.
LegalMosaic CEO Mark Cohen talks about how tech is transforming the delivery of legal services and what's on the horizon for 2017.
Monica Bay and Adam Camras talk with lecturer/entrepreneur Gary Sangha on his keynote speech at the Above the Law Academy for Private Practice conference.
Allegory Founder and CEO Alma Asay talks about litigation management and how new software can greatly improve the litigation process.
The upcoming Above the Law Academy for Private Practice Conference, legal tech entrepreneurship, and how law firms can leverage new tech better.
Professor Daniel Martin Katz talks about the legal industry’s need for law school curriculums to better reflect the demands of the legal marketplace.
Assistant GC Fred Headon on the benefits that adopting successful procedures from other industries could bring to the practice of law.
Bob Ambrogi talks with Opus 2 International, Inc. CEO Graham Smith-Bernal about his career and the evolution of the electronic courtroom.
Monica Bay speaks with reporter and author Charles Duhigg about his new book, “Smarter Faster Better: The Secrets of Being Productive in Life and Business.”
Aron Solomon and Jason Moyse, the co-founders of recent MaRS startup LegalX. talk about convergence innovation in the legal field.
Bob Ambrogi speaks with Bloomberg BNA Legal Division President David Perla about his career, Bloomberg Law, and how their smartcode is changing traditional legal annotation.
CodeX FutureLaw keynote speaker Jim J. Sandman discusses the 10 reasons the law has been slow to adopt technology and the “levers of power” that might be engaged to accelerate that rate.
Artificial intelligence expert Eric Laughlin talks about how AI will revolutionize the practice of law and provide greater legal access to the masses.
Dr. Roland Vogl stops by to discuss his work history in legal tech, the Center for Legal Informatics (CodeX), and the upcoming CodeX FutureLaw Conference.
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Monica Bay is a Fellow at CodeX: The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics. She also writes for Thomson Reuters, ALM (Legaltech News),...
Daniel W. Linna Jr. is a Professor of Law in Residence and the Director of LegalRnD – The Center...