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Fisher Broyles: From 5 Attorneys to AmLaw 200 and Doing it all Remotely (James Fisher & Kevin Broyles)
James Fisher and Kevin Broyles discuss the growth of their distributed law firm from 5 attorneys into the AmLaw 200.
Code is Law? Blockchain Technology and the Future of Antitrust Law (Thibault Schrepel of Codex and Free University of Amsterdam)
Thibault Schrepel of the Free University in Amsterdam and the faculty of Stanford's Codex Center discusses blockchain and antitrust law.
Jazz Hampton discusses the founding of Turnsignl, a “telelegal” mobile app that connects users with attorneys in real time during police stops to protect their rights and de-escalate the...
Reaching Collaboration Nirvana Between Client, Law Firm & Other Legal Service Providers (Michael Callier & Ed Sohn of Factor)
Michael Callier and Edward Sohn of New Law company Factor discuss how in-house legal teams, their outside counsel and other legal service providers can collaborate and maximize productivity by...
Avoiding Tech First Failures When Improving Legal Workflows & Processes with Casey Flaherty (Lex Fusion)
Casey Flaherty discusses his thesis that people might be too quick to implement a technology solution as an avoidance mechanism for addressing issues with process and culture.
Mike Suchsland of the LegalTech Fund and Bridge Investments talks about the state of legal technology investment in 2022.
A look back at the most listened to episodes of 2021. They covered a wide range of topics including IP management, contract automation, blockchain and cybersecurity.
Legal ethics attorney Jim Doppke returns for an encore appearance to discuss the impact that legal tech and legal innovation have on the Rules of Professional Conduct and other...
Bruce Byrd, General Counsel for cybersecurity company Palo Alto Networks, talks about what he looks for when he is hiring for his legal team.
Using Tech to Provide Access to Affordable Legal Services for Creators (Eric Farber of Creators Legal)
Attorney and writer Eric Farber talks about Creators Legal the company he founded. A LegalZoom like app offering self serve industry contracts for creators.