Bob Craig is the chief information officer at BakerHostetler where he oversees all aspects of the firms technology investments...
Daniel W. Linna Jr. is a Professor of Law in Residence and the Director of LegalRnD – The Center...
In this report from On The Road, host Daniel Linna talks to Bob Craig about how the application of new technologies, like blockchain and smart contracts, could affect the way law firms function, improving problem solving and technical understanding. While lawyers don’t need to become coders, by expanding their knowledge of new tech, they can save time and energy, improve the quality of their work, and anticipate client needs. Daniel and Bob also discuss the role of law school in preparing students to enter an industry enabled by technology.
Bob Craig is the chief information officer at BakerHostetler where he oversees all aspects of the firms technology investments and information services.
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