As 2022 closes and 2023 begins, we take a look back at ten popular episodes of the Technically Legal Podcast.
Favorite topics included using tech to address Access to Justice issues, building SaaS companies, using data and AI to streamline legal work and the impact blockchain is having and will have on the law.
And the winners are…
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.
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.
Blockchain lawyer and fellow podcaster Jacob Robinson visits Technically Legal to talk about how blockchain is impacting the law now and how it will in the future.
Krystal Kovac (GC Oncore) on Building a Legal Function by Fostering Relationships and Using Accessible Tech
Krystal Kovac, Head of Legal & Compliance at Oncore, visits Technically Legal to share her story about building a legal department from the ground up.
Logikcull CEO Andy Wilson discusses the history of Logikcull and how to build a successful SaaS business in legal tech.
How a Legal Evolution Can Save PeopleLaw – Professor William Henderson (Indiana University School of Law)
Professor William Henderson discusses changes in legal practice and how innovation can help solve access to justice to issues.
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.
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.