Happy New Year to all! We appreciate all the listens and support over the last year.
As we do at the end of each year, we take a look back at our most popular episodes.
In 2021, the greatest hits covered a wide range of legal tech an innovation topics from intellectual property management to contract automation and blockchain to cybersecurity.
Here were your favorites from 2021 (in no particular order):
Blockchain lawyer Lewis Cohen discusses the current state of the crypto industry and the evolving legal implications of blockchain technology.
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.
How Courtroom5 is Using Legal Tech to Close the Access to Justice Gap (Sonja Ebron & Maya Markovich)
Sonja Ebron and Maya Markovich discuss Courtroom5, the “do-it-yourself” litigation support tool for pro se civil litigants.
Using IP Management Software and Automation To Maximize ROI with Jeppe Hudtloff Viinberg (Rightly.io) & Michael Ro Mejer
We talk IP management software and automation with Rightly.io co-founder Jeppe Hudtloff Viinberg and Rightly user, Michael Ro Mejer.
Cyber Incident Response: What Really Goes On Behind the Scenes – Luke Green (Beazley) & Josh Sudbury (Lodestone)
Cybersecurity experts Luke Green and Josh Sudbury explain the stages of a cyber incident response plan.
The Nuts and Bolts of Ransomware Insurance & Ransomware Attack Response With Kelly Geary (EPIC) & Rich Gatz (Coalition)
Kelly Geary of EPIC Insurance Brokers and Rich Gatz, Claims Counsel for Coalition, talk ransomware insurance and what goes on behind the scenes in a ransomware response.
Otto Hansen talks about the company he founded, Term Scout, that uses machine learning to analyze and rate contracts.
The Impact of Technology on Critical Legal Thinking With Michael Zuckerman (Northwestern Law School)
Northwestern Law Professor Michael Zuckerman discusses technology's potential impact on legal education and critical legal thinking.
Mel Scott, Senior Legal Counsel for Megaport, a global technology company, discusses using legal tech to scale a corporate legal department.
Bruce Byrd, General Counsel for cybersecurity company Palo Alto Networks, talks about what he looks for when he is hiring for his legal team.
Paul Sieminski, Automattic’s General Counsel, shares tips and suggestions on how to create productive and successful distributed legal teams.