Joshua Lenon is Clio’s Lawyer in Residence. An attorney admitted to the New York Bar, Joshua has worked extensively...
A number of big-name companies, like Microsoft and Starbucks, are now accepting cryptocurrencies as a form of payment. In Russia, you can even buy a burger at Burger King using Whopper Tokens, but is this a technology lawyers should implement? In this On the Road report from the 2017 Clio Cloud conference, hosts Christine Bilbrey and Jonathon Israel talk to Joshua Lenon about cryptocurrencies including what it is and how to implement them into your own law practice. They also discuss other advantages to using blockchain technology, like creating an unalterable record and authenticating documents.
Joshua Lenon is an attorney who currently serves as lawyer-in-residence for Clio, providing legal scholarship and research skills to the cloud-based practice management platform.
Recorded on the conference floor, "On the Road" includes highlights and interviews from popular legal events.
Sharon Nelson and Lincoln Mead discuss both current and potential impacts of deepfakes on legal practice.
Jess Birken, Ben Sessions, Gyi Tsakalakis, and Erin Gerstenzang discuss the format of the new Un-Track for Doers at this year’s TECHSHOW.
Brett Burney and Paul Unger share app tips for mobile legal practice.
Mary Shen O’Carroll shares highlights from her keynote address focused on shifts in the legal economy.
Honorees Matt Homann, Pegeen Turner, Colin Lachance, and Sofia Lingos share responses to the topics chosen for their luncheon table talks.
Warren Agin and Benjamin Alarie offer highlights from their presentation at TECHSHOW 2020.