Featured Guests
Jason Crosby

Jason Crosby is a business attorney and privacy law practitioner working in Colorado. He represents small businesses on a...

Aiko Cheslin

Aiko Cheslin is an entrepreneur, mentor, and the founder and CEO of MentorMatter which aims to provide an environment...

Nathan Benes

Nathan Benes is a web applications developer at Lawgical.

Christopher Osburn

Christopher Osburn is the director of technology and software development for Answer 1. He has also served at a...

Jake Parker

Jake Parker is a product advisor at Microsoft, an enterprise enthusiast, and technology guru. He is experienced in selling...

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Trent Carlyle

Trent Carlyle is the co-founder and chief technology officer for Lawgical, the parent company of Legal Talk Network, ServeManager and a number of...

Denver made its mark in the Global Legal Hackathon this past weekend in a large part because of talented and dedicated teams that worked tirelessly on their legal solutions. In this report from On The Road at the Global Legal Hackathon in Denver, host Trent Carlyle talks to hackathon participants Jason Crosby, Aiko Cheslin, Nathan Benes, Christopher Osburn and Jake Parker. Get to know the teams and the projects they worked feverishly to produce in a single weekend.

Jason Crosby is a business attorney and privacy law practitioner working in Colorado.

Aiko Cheslin is an entrepreneur, mentor, and the founder and CEO of MentorMatter.

Nathan Benes is a web applications developer at Lawgical.

Christopher Osburn is the director of technology and software development for Answer 1.

Jake Parker is a product advisor at Microsoft, an enterprise enthusiast, and technology guru.

Episode Details
Published: March 5, 2018
Podcast: On the Road
Category: Legal News , Legal Technology
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On the Road
On the Road

Recorded on the conference floor, "On the Road" includes highlights and interviews from popular legal events.

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