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.
Host Aileen Schultz and guest Esther Dediashvili discuss raising awareness about the benefits of technology in Israel and the role the Global Legal Hackathon played in developing tangible solutions.
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Alex Muncey and Amy Braunz talk to Paul Wambua about building trust into the banking system in Kenya using mobile technology and blockchain.
Ashton Addison talks about the purpose and benefits of smart contracts both generally and in the ticketing industry specifically.
Lawyers/authors Larry Port, Zachary Bambacht, Maria Barbera, Tom Mighell, Dennis Kennedy, and Dave Maxfield discuss their books and how they have balanced their writing process with their full-time careers.
Host Laurence Colletti gathers together some of the most vocal access to justice ranters on Twitter so they can share their ideas in real life.
Michael Spekter talks about how on-demand staffing is evolving to meet the needs of firms.
Dennis Kennedy and Chuki Obiyo discuss how to use Linkedin to its full potential.
Josh Poje and Zachary Bambacht talk about ABA TECHSHOW 2018 from a Law Practice Division perspective.
Nerino Petro and Bryan Sims discuss how correctly using PDF software can save law firms time, money, and even bring them a little happiness along the way.
Judy Selby and Sharon Nelson discuss cyber risk management and why it’s necessary for a law firm.
Heidi Alexander and Mary Vandenack talk about basic technologies that every law firm should have that will give them back wasted hours.
Co-chairs of ABA TECHSHOW Tom Mighell and Debbie Foster talk about all things TECHSHOW including the move to a new location, the new tracks, and the wellness programs.
Chelsey Lambert talks about marketing automation and why it’s worth the investment.
Excel has proved itself as a valuable tool for lawyers and law firms but there are features and functions that you might not know about that could really change the way you practice. Tune in for Excel tips and tricks that will save you money, time, and energy.
The most successful legal startups truly know their customers. Make sure you have a market before you launch your startup. And other tips from Bob Ambrogi and Andrew Arruda.
How can lawyers and law firms thrive amidst the rising popularity of self-help legal technology? Experts Catherine Sanders Reach and Nicole Bradick discuss in this legal podcast.
Gyi Tsakalakis and Erin Gerstenzang talk about getting reviews, dealing with negative reviews, and creative responses to reviews for lawyers.
ABA President Hilarie Bass announces the ABA's 70th anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Tips for lawyers who are serious about making their marketing matter, including finding your target audience and using the questions your clients are asking for content ideas.
Get women into leadership roles, Hold large institutions accountable in regards to diversity and harassment charges, and focus energy on teaching legal tech to elementary-age girls.
Stanley Louissaint talks about the best and most efficient ways to prevent and recover from a data disaster.
Jeremy Church, Carlos Gochez, Chad Jolly, Nathan Benes, Otto Hanson, and Katherine Snow talk about their winning experience and their legal solution, LexLucid.
The judges panel of the Denver Global Legal Hackathon, John Tredennick, Scott Sanderson, Laurie Kuhn, Randy Robinson, and Chad Perlov, talk about their favorite proposed legal solutions.
Yev Muchnik, Larkin Reynolds, Carol Lynn Grow, and Katherine Snow talk about their unique perspective of the Denver Global Legal Hackathon as women in tech.
Get to know the Denver Global Legal Hackathon participants Jason Crosby, Aiko Cheslin, Nathan Benes, Christopher Osburn and Jake Parker.
Max Paterson and Zeke Hughes talk about how they won the New York City chapter of the first Global Legal Hackathon with their app called Rights Now.
Trent Carlyle and Chad Jolly from Denver and Aileen Schultz from Toronto, Canada talk to David Fisher and Laurence Colletti in New York about Global Legal Hackathon updates.
Andrea Tinianow, of Global Kompass Strategies, discusses why so many institutions (including the government) are using blockchain technologies.
Brian Kuhn, co-founder of IBM Watson Legal, explains how they are training artificial intelligence to think and reason like a lawyer.
Leaders emerge early for New York City’s chapter of the first Global Legal Hackathon. What are they working on and how will it change the legal industry for the better?
Jeff Kuester talks about functional alcoholism and why it’s important for lawyers to monitor their alcohol consumption.
Kyle McEntee, Rachel Van Cleave, and CJ Ryan discuss the rising cost of law school including what’s driving the price to rise and what makes this a complicated issue to change.
Fred McClure and Chris Marks talk about the National Trial Academy sponsored by the Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section of the ABA.
Bill Horton and Simeon Carson discuss how the Health Law Section of the ABA serves lawyers involved in healthcare with programs and webinars for its members.
Colin Rule talks about the potential uses of online dispute resolution in the legal industry.
Linda Shely talks about the model rules of professional conduct on lawyer advertising.
Kevin Napper and Nina Marino speak as lawyers who defend compounding pharmacies accused of prescribing unnecessary medication.
Casey Trupin, Michael Santos, Angela Vigil, Melanie Redman, Darla Bardine, and Stephen Gaetz talk about the ABA homeless youth initiatives and how lawyers can get involved.
Jack Young talks about why the ABA’s Opioid Summit is important and how it will help lawyers deal with the crisis both professionally and personally.
Rosevelie Marquez Morales, Rhonda Hunter, and Tommy Wells talk about implicit bias, how it affects the legal industry, and how to overcome it on a daily basis.
Suzanne Anton and Ellen Rosenblum, both attorneys general, talk about the professional and personal challenges women face when getting involved in politics.
In this On The Road from ABA Midyear 2018, Karen Hutchins talks about what the NABE is and how it serves the legal community.
Cassandra Stubbs talks about the issues that come with using the death penalty, like racial discrimination, geographic discrimination, and potential innocence.
Hilarie Bass, President of the ABA, talks about the issues she has focused on during her presidency like women leaving the profession, homeless youth, and attorney wellness.
ABA President-Elect Bob Carlson speaks about what his presidency will look like, his unique perspective as a small firm owner, and what influenced him to take on this role.
Integra Ledger's David Fisher and Aileen Schultz talk about the Global Legal Hackathon, which aims to be the world's largest legal hackathon.
Christian Smith talks about what blockchain is and what legal problems it does and doesn’t solve.
Chris Jagers talks about decentralized technology and its implications for the legal industry and beyond.
David Fisher talks to Rebecca Ryan and Barry O’Connor about how Ireland views blockchain and how their firm encourages collaboration and innovation.
Andrew Perlman and David Colarusso discuss the new certification program at Suffolk about innovation, technology, and new ways to provide legal services.
Amy ter Haar talks to Drummond Reed about self-sovereign identity, how it works, and what it could mean for the future of law.
Laurence Colletti serves as the producer at Legal Talk Network where he combines his passion for web-based media with...