Technically Legal: A podcast about legal technology, legal innovation and the impact of tech on the law and legal industry.
A legal podcast featuring interviews with innovators in law and legal tech. Guests discuss how they are using, creating or implementing legal technology and pursuing innovation in their legal departments and law firms.
An ABA Web 100 Best Law Podcasts Honoree.
Why the FTC’s YOLO Antitrust Strategy Against Amazon May Not Actually Be Good for Competition (Adam Kovacevich – CEO Chamber of Progress)
Chamber of Progress CEO Adam Kovacevich discuses why the FTC's battles with tech companies like Amazon may not actually foster competition and could impact innovation.
How Foundation AI is Harnessing Artificial Intelligence and Computer Vision to Classify and File Documents for Law Firms (Vivek Rao / Co-Founder & CEO)
Vivek Rao, co-founder and CEO of Foundation AI, talks about the app that helps law firms and insurance companies automate the manual process of collecting, categorizing and filing documents and unstructured data.
Why Effective Legal Operations Management is Good for Business and Frees Up Lawyers to Practice Law (Stephanie Corey & Liz Lugones – UpLevel Ops)
UpLevel Ops Founder Stephanie Corey and COO Liz Lugones tell us why a good legal operations program is a crucial to managing the business side of law so lawyers can focus on practicing law.
Chad Sakonchick is a serial entrepreneur. After a stint selling computers for Dell, he launched his first technology company: an early SaaS platform that allowed users to easily create websites. From there, he launched an app that took online orders for food truck owners and then he launched...
The Tech Stack Law Firms and Legal Professionals Need to Succeed (Adriana Linares – LawTech Partners)
Adriana Linares discusses the software and tech legal professionals should be using to maximize their skills, run profitable businesses, and deliver great client service.
Why Legal Teams Should be Foxes (Agile) and Not Hedgehogs (Defensive) – Richard Jolly (Northwestern University/Stokes Jolly)
Northwestern Professor Richard Jolly discusses the importance and challenge of motivating individuals and organizations to change, especially in the legal industry where skepticism and resistance to change are common.