- Access to Justice
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- Business of Law
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Greg Lambert explains how modern law librarians not only assist legal teams with data, information and research, but also contribute to a law firm's bottom line.
The modern legal ecosystem and all its allied professionals is the topic of discussion with Lucy Bassli, founder of InnoLaw Group (formerly InnoLegal Services) and Chief Legal Strategist at Law Geex. Lucy started her career in Big Law (at Davis Wright Tremaine) and ultimately landed a job in Microsoft’s legal department where she served as...
A recap of the 5 most popular episodes of the Technically Legal Podcast in 2020.
Scott Kelly, President of Community.Lawyer, a "no-code" workflow automation software company, discusses automation for lawyers and legal teams.
Why Hackers Like Law Firms & Legal Departments (and Cyber Security 101) with Matthew Holland, CEO Field Effect Software
Matthew Holland, CEO of Field Effect Software, explains why law firms and legal departments are prime targets for hacking. He also discusses cyber security best practices.
The Pros & Cons and Dos & Don’ts of Virtual Court Hearings With Federal Judge Tony Leung (Minnesota)
Federal Judge Tony Leung talks the pros and cons of court by videoconference and offers best practices for appearing before a judge by video.
Ethics attorney Jim Doppke returns to Technically Legal to talk legal ethics and a lawyer's duty to be "technologically competent".
Attorney Michael Volkov discusses the use of technology, software and data analysis in corporate compliance and ethics programs.
Data privacy attorney Christian Auty talks about the real world implications of the Schrems II opinion and cross border data transfers.
Anna McGrane and Joshua Fireman discuss knowledge and change management in legal and automating the distribution and processing of federal court filings.