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.
Jess Birken and Megan Zavieh talk about what it means to productize the practice of law.
Tara Cain and Jordan Raine talk about how lawyers can use Zapier to connect apps and automate processes.
Billie Tarascio talks about what it’s like to work for a modern law firm, the steps to create one, and questions to ask when getting started.
Tys von Gaza and Andrew Gay talk about developments coming out of Clio, why partnering with their API differ, and what developers can do to partner with Clio.
Jason Morris talks about his views on the future of law and coding and how new tools can be made to suit the way lawyers think.
Steven Silberbach gives tips and tricks for lawyers to help them become great salespeople.
Gale Kirsopp talks about using realization rates as a tool for measuring revenue and productivity in law firms.
George Psiharis discusses how much time lawyers lose everyday on average, Clio’s three basic components, and why less billing could help a firm earn more money.
Joshua Lenon and Jake Heller talk about how blockchain and AI play a role in their companies, what they are seeing with AI today, and how to spot a product that is not worth using.
Erin Gerstenzang and Kimberly Bennett talk about legal ethics and how it collides with modern law firms, securing data, and the do’s and don’ts of posting on social media.
Jack Newton and Rian Gauvreau talk about how Clio has improved over the last 6 years, the software’s new products, and the future Clio experience for all lawyers.
Peter Geovanes, Dera Nevin, and Andrew Sprogis talk about their innovative roles and how to set a precedent when you’re the first one in their position.
Daniel Pelc, Bryant Isbell, Adam Rubinger and Julia Hasenzahl talk about their main takeaways from the conference.
Bob Taylor and Jeff Marple talk about their impressions of the conference and topics that stood out to in-house professionals.
Stephen Poor, Mark Smolik, and Bobbi Basile talk about the topics they covered in their keynote presentation.
Trent Carlyle, Alma Asay, Mike Dalewitz, and Rob Feigenbaum talk about how their companies are encouraging innovation.
Alia Luria, Jim Delkousis, Basha Rubin, Michael Faraci, George Tziahanas, and Jay Leib discuss the benefits of the presentation format and the problems that their companies are working to solve in the legal industry.
Chris Mammen talks about The Tech Showcase and how innovation is driving change in the legal profession.
Nita Sanger talks about how Wolters Kluwer is using blockchain technology to address client pain points.
Brad Clements and Peter Buck talk about NetDocuments and how it uses blockchain technology.
Stevie Ghiassi talks about what blockchain technology has made possible for Legaler, an Australian legal tech company.
Elizabeth White and Edgar Radjabli talk about the ways their company, The White Company, is combating negative ideas about blockchain by creating a cryptocurrency marketplace and wallet system.
Jeff Joseph talks about why the SDCBA focuses on technology and why innovation should matter to all lawyers.
Adriana Linares talks about her new position and how she will serve members who want to better understand technology.
Lilys McCoy talks about why it's important to maximize the technology you already use.
Renee Stackhouse talks about being the chair of the SDCBA’s Technology Committee and how the committee serves its members.
Andrea Tinianow, Kirsten Albers-Fiedler, and Christen Bartelt talk about how blockchain technology solves problems in the real world.
Trent Carlyle, Kate Briscoe, James Cornell, and Brian Kuhn talk about how their companies have been utilizing blockchain technology and problems this technology address.
Trent Carlyle, Brad Clements, Peter Buck , and David Berger talk about their experiences building effective blockchain apps.
Glynna Christian and Jay Hull talk about the upcoming four-part conference event called Blockchain 101.
David Fisher, Dean Sonderegger, Brian Kuhn, and Katherine Lowry talk about what's going on with the state of blockchain technology and their prediction in the coming years.
Vic Domen, Amanda Wait, and Tom York talk about what attracted them to antitrust and give advice to those considering a career in antitrust.
Sathya Gosselin, Melissa Maxman, and Kim Scott discuss their views on the course of antitrust exemptions in sports and offer insight into their careers as antitrust lawyers litigating sports cases.
Anthony Aaron, Puja Patel and Denes Rothschild talk about the recent Bayer-Monsanto merger and how it's effecting the country.
Melanie Aitken, Rich Parker, and Anant Raut have a conversation about existing laws, non-consumer welfare jurisdictions and grading enforcement in the Obama years.
Subrata Bhattarjee, Cecil Chung, Ninette Dodoo, Carlos Mena LaBarthe, and Pablo Trevisan have a discussion about the key global competition developments and issues.
Alexandre Cordeiro Macedo and Richard Powers talk about the state of criminal antitrust enforcement and related actions in the United States and Brazil
ABA's new President Bob Carlson joins On The Road to talk about the projects he will be working on during his presidency.
Kimi Jackson, Maria Woltjen, and Anne Chandler talk about the common legal issues that immigrants face at the border, such as family separation.
Linda Klein, Michelle Suskauer, Nan DeRenzi, Karen Scanlan, and Katherine Lee Goyette talk about the jurisdiction issues faced by lawyer military spouses and the work done in both Florida and Georgia.
Elisa Massimino talks about international human rights and how these rights have fared under the Trump Administration.
Latanishia Watters, Sarah Rogers, and Judge Terry Ruckriegle explain the importance of properly preparing for a trial.
Melba Pearson, Richard Pena, Moire Corcoran, Matt Redle, and Jeremy Alexis talk about the Miranda Rights Warnings Project, a project that seeks to use technology to translate Miranda Warnings for people who don't speak English.
Hilarie Bass talks about some of the initiatives that defined her presidency.
Jennifer Parent talks about the NCBP and their focus on leadership, innovation, and collaboration.
Koji Fukumura and Barb Dawson talk about the ABA Section of Litigation and the benefits it provides to its members.
Marty Balogh, John G. Levi, E. Faye Butler, Zachary Stevenson, and Judge Lora J. Livingston speak about the importance of properly funding legal services.
Dan Rodriguez, Ellen Rosenblum, William Hurd, and Misha Tseytlin talk about the actions and prerogatives of the state attorneys general in the current political climate.
Dave Preble talks about ways to improve the way medical professionals handle the prescription of opioids for pain, how to identify drug-seeking behavior, methods of solving the issue that aren’t incarceration, and avoiding the complete demonization of using opioids.
Bruce Brotine, Lyssa Thaden, and Zach Weber talk about ways young lawyers can manage student loan debt during and after law school.
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