Legal Talk Network On the Road covers the latest conferences, bar meetings, industry events, and trade shows. Often recorded live from the conference room floor our hosts interview bar presidents, committee and section chairs, and other leaders to offer an exclusive look at the biggest events in legal, as well as what is on the horizon for those who practice law.
In this report from ILTACON 2017 Andrew Arruda talks to Martin Tully and Sam Whitman about artificial intelligence.
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In this special On The Road report, New York and Chicago compete in the Trial of Two Pizzas.
In this On The Road report from ABA Annual Meeting 2017, Steph Cha talks about being both a lawyer and a writer.
In this report from ABA Annual 2017, Evan Thomas, Jim Conroy, and Talmage Boston talk about being both lawyers and writers.
In this On The Road report from ABA Annual Meeting 2017, new ABA President Hilarie Bass talks about handling criticism and the initiatives she’s taking on.
In this On The Road from ABA Annual, Andrew Perlman talks about the ABA Center for Innovation’s events, initiatives, and programs including its fellows program.
In this On The Road from ABA Annual, Senator Gerald Malloy and William Hubbard talk about what made South Carolina’s criminal justice reform successful.
This On The Road report from ABA Annual Meeting 2017 addresses the different aspects of immigration and what they mean for the US society and economy.
Floyd Abrams, Tom Clare, and George Freeman talk about the potential impact of Trump’s interaction with the media and his war on “fake news.”
In this On The Road report from ABA Annual Meeting 2017, Matthew Diller and John Feerick talks about John’s influence in the creation of the 25th Amendment and his professional experience.
In this On The Road report from ABA Annual Meeting 2017, David Axelrod talks about managing student debt, mortgage payments, and other important finances.
In this On The Road report from ABA Annual Meeting 2017, Elizabeth Derrico discusses who the NABE is and how they serve and provide support to their members.
In this On The Road Report from ABA Annual 2017, Roy Zur talks about cybersecurity and cyber intelligence.
In this On The Road report from ABA Annual Meeting 2017, Mark Alcott discusses the ABA's Relationship with the UN.
This On The Road report from ABA Annual Meeting 2017 discusses the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
In this On The Road Report from ABA Annual Meeting 2017, Patrick Murck discusses blockchain and RegTech.
This On The Road Report from the 2017 ABA Annual Meeting talks about how AI can help the legal profession as it grows and matures.
In this On The Road report from ABA Annual 2017, Justin Miller talks about the taxes that trip up clients during the divorce process.
In this On The Road report from ABA Annual Meeting 2017, Robert Craghead talks about the NABE, including transitions and challenges they are facing.
In this On The Road Report from ABA Annual Meeting 2017, Sherry Cushman disusses how the different sides of law affect real estate decision making.
Kevin Petrasic about financial technology, cryptocurrency, and the role of FinTech in a regulatory environment.
Brad Brian, Ted Wells, James Quinn, and Judge Barbara Lynn discuss best practices for winning commercial litigation cases.
Linda Klein talks CLE in the City, increasing access to justice for veterans, Public Service Loan Forgiveness, and her time as ABA President.
This legal podcast discusses issues pertinent to women who practice antitrust law.
This legal podcast discusses why antitrust laws are important and why young lawyers should be interested in them.
In this legal podcast Patricia Conners talks about her experience in consumer protection and how it compares to her antitrust career.
Jon Jacobson, who will chair the ABA Section of Antitrust Law in 2017, shares information about upcoming programing opportunities and task forces that he’s initiating.
Antitrust Law Spring Meeting co-chairs Paul Friedman and Margaret Ward discuss the attendance of antitrust professionals and enforcers from across world
In this legal podcast the in-house antitrust lawyers of large corporations about the difference between private and in-house practices.
This legal podcast discusses the ins and outs of advertising law, interesting cases, and what’s currently going on with consumer protection.
A legal podcast about why new lawyers should practice antitrust, challenges to that field, and why mergers and merger reviews are important to U.S. economy.
In this legal podcast Scott Martin talks about his switch from defense to plaintiff work and how the new administration will affect the future of the plaintiffs’ antitrust bar.
This legal podcast discusses “dawn raids” and why it’s important for clients to have a search warrant response protocol.
In this legal podcast Lewis Goldfarb talks about the Goldfarb v. Virginia State Bar case, how it happened, and why it is significant.
In this legal podcast the co-chairs of this year’s Antitrust in the Americas Conference about antitrust in Latin America and what topics the conference will cover.
Deon Woods Bell and Laureen Kapin talk about their experiences both with the FTC and with the ABA Antitrust Section.
Evolve Law co-founder Jules Miller interviews Fastcase co-founder Phil Rosenthal about his mission to democratize the law.
Evolve Law co-founder Jules Miller interviews Sandeep Joshi of iManage & Lecia Kaslofsky of FactBox about their strategic meeting at the Evolve Law Summit.
On The Road host Laurence Colletti interviews Michael Frankel, Carlos Gamez, Bill O’Boyle, David Coffee, & Dean Sonderegger at the Evolve Law Summit in NYC
On The Road host Laurence Colletti interviews Edward Wilson, David Rose, Mike Suchsland, Lorine Pendleton, and Jeroen Plink at Evolve Law’s Summit in NYC.
Jules Miller and Mary Juetten, co-founders of Evolve Law, discuss the Summit, which aims to pair legal innovators with strategic partners and investors.
Legal bloggers answer three questions in 30 seconds at the ABA TECHSHOW 2017 Beer for Bloggers event.
Judy Perry Martinez discusses the American Bar Association Center for Innovation and what qualities the program looks for in a fellow.
Tech tips, life hacks, and useful apps that can increase lawyers' productivity while also helping them manage security and marketing.
A discussion on why it’s important to promote women’s roles in the legal industry and what specific characteristics women have to improve the tech field.
Charley Moore, CEO of Rocket Lawyer, discusses how his company aims to make lawyers more accessible to those that need them the most.
Host Joshua Lenon has a conversation with John Suh, CEO of LegalZoom, about the mission of his company and how it functions.
Two legal professionals who have switched to the Getting Things Done (GTD) methodology explain how to get started to increase your productivity.
Stacy Stern, Nicole Bradick, and Dan Lear talk about alternate ways to use your law degree.
Andrew Arruda, Shamla Naidoo, and Ed Walters talks about artificial intelligence and how technology is helping lawyers, not replacing them.
Heidi Alexander and Vedia Jones-Richardson discuss the importance of focus in the workplace, especially for legal professionals.
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