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Monica and Craig discuss recent e-discovery cases and developments, including Facebook’s decision to create a “one-button” tool to collect user data on its social media site.

Monica and Craig discuss recent e-discovery cases and developments, including Facebook’s decision to create a “one-button” tool to collect user data on its social media site.
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Monica and Craig discuss recent e-discovery cases and developments, including Facebook’s decision to create a “one-button” tool to collect user data on its social media site.

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English


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How Microsoft Promotes Legal Innovation

12/7/2018
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Microsoft’s Trusted Advisor Forum was designed to ask this question: Do clients need to actively engage with their law firms to drive innovation in legal service delivery? In this episode of Law Technology Now, host Dan Linna talks to Jason Barnwell about the Trusted Advisor Forum and how his team at Microsoft is working to build the practice of the future. They discuss the many aspects of Jason’s role and give insight into how innovation, diversity, and use of technology in the processes of...

Duration:01:03:33

Inside the Growing Platform of Hiring Lawyers Online

11/21/2018
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With technology consistently on the rise, the hiring of lawyers online has become a big part of the legal industry. On Law Technology Now, host Monica Bay and co-host Sean La Roque-Doherty are joined by Raad Ahmed to discuss the growing platform of hiring attorneys online, assisting small business owners with attorney hiring, and take a look at LawTrades as a marketplace, a platform, and a network. Raad Ahmed is founder and chief executive officer at Law Trades, the fastest growing platform...

Duration:00:21:44

Integrating Technology and Encouraging Innovation

10/16/2018
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In this episode of Law Technology Now, new host Dan Linna talks to Connie Brenton about her experience as a legal innovation expert who integrates technology into Corporate Legal Departments. They discuss the benefits of having a multidisciplinary team, creating a culture that accepts mistakes as opportunities to improve, and the different aspects of data-driven lawyering. She also shares advice for successful collaboration between legal departments and law firms. Connie Brenton is chief of...

Duration:00:49:29

Harnessing Innovation for the Legal Industry

9/24/2018
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Real change in the industry will happen with commitment and discipline, not just good ideas. In this episode of Law Technology Now, host Monica Bay talks to Dan Linna about how lawyers should think about technology and innovation. He shares his experience demystifying technology for students and what lawyers should think about when they approach the idea of innovation. Daniel W. Linna Jr. is a visiting professor of law at Northwestern Pritzker School of Law. His teaching and research focus...

Duration:00:21:44

Managing Your Legal Marketing

8/24/2018
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Marketing can be intimidating for lawyers, but companies exist that can help practices manage their communications department. In this episode of Law Technology Now, host Monica Bay talks to Christy Burke about what drove her to start her own legal technology marketing company. She discusses her involvement with the Legal Technology Media Group, her experience running a company as a mother, and her advice for other legal tech companies like hers. Christy Burke founded Burke & Company LLC in...

Duration:00:21:00

Using Technology to Balance your Workload

7/26/2018
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Working at a law firm doesn’t have to be all-consuming; technology can help you balance all your tasks. In this episode of Law Technology Now, host Monica Bay talks to Jeffrey Brandt about how he manages to write a daily newsletter while working full-time with a firm and the automation that allows him to practice law efficiently. They also discuss the Association of Legal Technologists (ALT) conference, the types of content the conference covers, and what differentiates it from ILTA...

Duration:00:20:29

Technology that Drives the Legal Industry

6/29/2018
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What drives someone to leave a job they love in order to start their own company? In this episode of Law Technology Now, host Monica Bay talks to Lucy Endel Bassli about the impact she wants to have on the legal industry and how she’s using her company, InnoLegal Services, to accomplish this. She shares her belief that lawyers should be using technology to delight clients and develop their own innovative practices and how she wants to set an example for others. Lucy Endel Bassli is the...

Duration:00:24:19

The Life of a Startup Part 2: Prepping for Acquisition

5/18/2018
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Bringing a legal technology startup into today’s market comes with its own set of unique challenges. In this episode of Law Technology Now, host Monica Bay talks to Haley Altman about what it takes to grow a legal tech company and position it for acquisition in today’s market. Haley also describes her experience building her own company, Doxly, and how she balances being a professional with fostering a healthy family. Haley Altman is the CEO of Doxly. She has over a decade of experience...

Duration:00:25:15

Client-First Technology for Client-First Firms

5/7/2018
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Could efforts to make the legal industry more client-based really make this the best time to be a lawyer? In this episode of Law Technology Now, host Monica Bay talks to Larry Bridgesmith about how law is shifting to a client-first business model and the technology that will enable lawyers to run their firms better, faster, and cheaper. They also discuss productivity management, blockchain, and the Vanderbilt Law School Summit. Larry Bridgesmith is the co-founder and CEO of Legal Alignment...

Duration:00:24:43

Moneyball for Lawyers: Changing the Game with Analytics

4/19/2018
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The use of analytics has permeated into various industries, from baseball to banking, but could it be invaluable to lawyers as well? In this episode of Law Technology Now, host Bob Ambrogi talks to Josh Becker from Lex Machina about legal analytics, machine learning, and the impact these new technologies will have on the legal industry. They discuss the various uses of data analytics and machine learning for lawyers including showcasing expertise, determining strategy, and mining data. Josh...

Duration:00:27:54

The Life of a Startup: From Idea to Sale

4/6/2018
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Starting a startup is only the beginning. In this episode of Law Technology Now, host Monica Bay talks to Alma Asay about how she started and sold her legal technology startup and her experience working with lawyers as clients. She also discusses working as a woman in the male-dominated industry of legal tech and shares what she believes will bring more women into the business. Alma Asay is the chief innovation officer at Integreon and was formerly the founder and CEO of Allegory, a...

Duration:00:24:53

Encouraging Collaboration at the ALT Conference

3/15/2018
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On February 11, the Association of Legal Technologists (ALT) held a conference called ctrl-ALT-del: Networking Rebooted. The ultimate goal of the event was to promote collaboration within the legal tech community via networking and workshops. In this episode of Law Technology Now, host Monica Bay talks to Richard Hellars about the goals of the conference and how ALT worked to achieve these goals through various speakers, workshops, and social events. They also discuss why the conference is...

Duration:00:21:42

Mastering Deadlines with LawToolBox

2/26/2018
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Missed deadlines are the number one cause of attorney malpractice claims. Fortunately, LawToolBox, a cloud based deadline management system, has the support and know-how to help. In this episode of Law Technology Now, host Bob Ambrogi talks to the co-owners of LawToolBox, Jack and Carol-Lynn Grow, about what problems LawToolBox solves and what sets them apart from their competition. They discuss the importance of their integration with various practice management platforms (like Clio, Rocket...

Duration:00:27:16

What's Happening at Legalweek 2018

1/22/2018
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On Monday, January 29, 2018, legal professionals will flood New York for Legalweek 2018, a conference featuring workshops, networking opportunities, and hundreds of exhibitors all designed to address key issues in the legal industry. In this Law Technology Now, host Monica Bay talks to Zach Warren about the details of the conference and how newbies can attend without getting overwhelmed. Their discussion includes hot topics that will be covered at the event, like blockchain and...

Duration:00:27:30

2017 State of U.S. Small Law Firms Survey from Thomson Reuters

12/22/2017
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For the second year in a row, Thomson Reuters released the 2017 State of U.S. Small Law Firms, a survey with input from over 300 small and solo law firms. In this episode of Law Technology Now, host Bob Ambrogi talks to Bill Josten about the results of this survey including the common challenges facing small and solo firms, their biggest sources of competition, and how they are investing in technology to improve efficiency. They also discuss how these firms measure success and tips for...

Duration:00:42:23

Law Firm Intellectual Property

12/15/2017
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Intellectual property plays a big role in your law firm even if you’re not an intellectual property lawyer. In this episode of Law Technology Now, host Monica Bay talks to Nicole Shanahan, CEO of ClearAccessIP, about why intellectual property is important to a law firm and how her company is working to reduce the cost of producing assets like patents. They also discuss some of Nicole’s recent projects, like the Stanford OpenData Initiative, and her trip to the White House. Nicole Shanahan...

Duration:00:23:07

How Legal.io Aims to Close the Access to Justice Gap

11/17/2017
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“The access to justice gap is huge -- something like 80% of low-income people who seek legal help do not get that help. We see this as a technology infrastructure challenge.” - Tony Lai As the legal industry continues to strive towards providing access to justice for all, companies are emerging that aim to solve this specific problem. One of these companies is Legal.io, a legal technology company that provides referral management and legal empowerment systems to legal organizations. In this...

Duration:00:30:09

Changing the Legal Game with Blockchain

10/23/2017
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Blockchain has recently emerged as one of the technologies that will most change the way lawyers practice law and yet a lot of people still don’t fully understand what blockchain is. In this episode of Law Technology Now, host Bob Ambrogitalks to David Fisher, CEO of Integra Ledger, about what blockchain is and its application in the legal industry. They discuss the benefits to using blockchain including having data security, your own digital identity, and maintaining integrity in documents...

Duration:00:31:24

Revolutionizing the Procurement of Legal Services

10/12/2017
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Legal procurement is the entire process of buying legal services including the decision to purchase, the selection of which services, and paying the supplier. Working as a legal procurement professional is a relatively new concept, but when properly utilized, procurement professionals can contribute to decreased spending and well-managed relationships with legal services providers. In this episode of Law Technology Now, host Monica Bay talks to Silvia Hodges Silverstein about legal services...

Duration:00:20:49

How Axiom is Using AI to Modernize Legal Services

9/28/2017
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We keep hearing "artificial intelligence (AI) won't take the jobs of lawyers." But the growing field of AI is bound to affect the legal industry in other ways. The tech-enabled legal service company Axiom recently announced their own AI and, according to Paul Carr, president of global strategic projects, this technology and AI in general could be transformative for the legal industry. In this episode of Law Technology Now, host Bob Ambrogi talks to Paul Carr about how Axiom uses technology,...

Duration:00:36:28