Join Law Technology Now host and Editor-in-Chief of Law Technology News, Monica Bay, with six experts, who presented at LegalTech West Coast 2008, as part of the “FutureTech” track. The panel featured six industry leaders who each looked forward to the changing world of our legal technology community. From e-discovery to leadership, each expert shared...
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Join Law Technology Now host and Editor-in-Chief of Law Technology News, Monica Bay, with six experts, who presented at LegalTech West Coast 2008, as part of the “FutureTech” track. The panel featured six industry leaders who each looked forward to the changing world of our legal technology community. From e-discovery to leadership, each expert shared his or her vision of what’s in our FutureTech and now you can listen to each in six separate podcasts sponsored by BlueArc right here!
J. Craig Williams, Partner, The Williams Lindberg Law Firm: Litigation — How technology is leveling the proverbial playing field, allowing smaller firms to compete with the biggest.
Doug Caddell, CIO, Foley & Lardner: “Second generation” technology and people — changing expectations as the generations shift, and the tools become more sophisticated.
Judith Flournoy, CIO, Loeb & Loeb: IT leadership — What will be the hallmarks of effective IT leaders as we move forward.
Peter Hsiao, Head, Land Use & Environmental Law Group, Morrison & Foerster: CleanTech — Firms are beginning to embrace “green” practices and strategies that will help us all better serve our clients and our communities.
Tom Baldwin, Chief Knowledge Officer, Reed Smith: Social networking — How client relationship management and social networking tools will change the way we practice law.
Craig Ball: Consultant/Attorney: “Crystal Ball” — Where is electronic data discovery headed and what will be key issues
|Published:||July 7, 2008|
|Podcast:||Law Technology Now|
Law Technology Now features key players, in the legal technology community, discussing the top trends and developments in the legal technology world.
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...
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.