Trent Carlyle is the co-founder and chief technology officer for Lawgical, the parent company of Legal Talk Network, ServeManager...
David Berger received his AB in Physical Sciences at Harvard where, as a premed, he decided that computers were...
Brad has been working on the NetDocuments software architecture since 1999. Brad ensures that the NetDocuments software platform maintains...
I create solutions at the intersection of business and technology. I rely on Goal-Directed and Design Thinking techniques to...
Developing blockchain is still considered the Wild West and the key to navigating this new technological terrain is to keep things brutally simple. Amy Braunz and Cori Goudchaux of Integra Ledger go behind the curtain to discuss getting practical about simplifying when developing a blockchain app. They talk to Trent Carlyle of Lawgical, Brad Clements and Peter Buck of NetDocuments, and David Berger of Integra Ledger about their experiences building effective blockchain apps. They also share about the Global Legal Blockchain Consortium’s newly formed Technical Committee and how it will set standards for the formats of transactions recorded on the blockchain. Find out about blockchain applications being developed for the legal and medical fields and the importance of establishing a trusted network to create interoperability across applications.
Trent Carlyle is the co-founder and chief technology officer for Lawgical, the parent company of Legal Talk Network, ServeManager and a number of other brands that serve the legal industry.
David Berger is the CTO at Integra Ledger, a Permissioned Blockchain for the Global Legal Industry.
Brad Clements is chief architect at NetDocuments where he has been since 1999.
Peter Buck is the VP of product strategy at NetDocuments where he focuses on the art and science of product design, with an emphasis on machine learning and expert systems.
Recorded on the conference floor, "On the Road" includes highlights and interviews from popular legal events.
Daniel Pink offers tactics from his book, “When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing.”
Andrew Gay, Jesse Harink, and Molly McDonough share details about the Launch//Code Competition at the 2019 Clio Cloud Conference in San Diego, CA.
Katy Goshtasbi shares insights on creating a fulfilling legal career and personal life through a clearly defined personal vision.
Chad Burton, Erin Gerstenzang, Jennifer Reynolds, and John Strohmeyer compete to discover who is the ultimate master of Clio’s Legal Trends Report.
Shaka Senghor shares insights from his time in prison and discusses his efforts for criminal justice reform.
Jack Newton shares highlights from his keynote address at the 2019 Clio Cloud Conference in San Diego, CA.