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IP lawyer Len Hickey joins the show to discuss Litigaze, the legal tech start up he founded that helps legal teams evaluate litigation risk, make smarter settlement decisions and...
Joshua Schwadron Founder and CEO of Mighty Law visits the podcast to discuss how his company and law firm are disrupting personal injury law with tech and innovation.
A list of the 10 popular Technically Legal Podcast episodes from 2022. Favorite topics included using tech to address Access to Justice issues, building SaaS companies, using data and...
Ethics attorney Jim Doppke discusses the pros and cons of liberalizing rules that prohibit people who are not lawyers from owning an interest in legal services companies and sharing...
How Courtroom5 is Using Legal Tech to Close the Access to Justice Gap (Sonja Ebron & Maya Markovich)(Replay)
Sonja Ebron and Maya Markovich discuss Courtroom5, the “do-it-yourself” litigation support tool for pro se civil litigants.
Using AI to Analyze Contracts (an Interview With the Guy that Wrote the Book – Noah Waisberg, CEO Zuva)
An interview with Noah Waisberg. The founder of contract AI companies Kira and Zuva. Also the author of AI for Lawyers.
Richard Mabey, CEO and co-founder of contract automation platform Juro, visits the podcast to talk about building a legal tech start up that helps in-house legal teams deal with contracts...
Building a Litigation Finance Program at BigLaw Based on Project Management Principles (Angela Floessel, MoFo)
Angela Floessel, Director of Pricing and Legal Project Management at MoFo discusses the litigation finance program she helped set up at her firm.
Crypto Lawyer Nelson Rosario on the Legal, Regulatory and Political Implications of Blockchain Technology
Crypto lawyer Nelson Rosario discuses regulatory and political aspects of blockchain. Jazz Hampton talks recent developments at TurnSignl.
We talk to New York Times Senior Economics Correspondent Neil Irwin about his book, How to Win in a Winner-Take-All World: The Definitive Guide to Adapting and Succeeding in High-Performance...