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This podcast cuts through the noise surrounding the future of law. The world, its people and their technologies are accelerating at a rapid rate. Can the legal profession keep up with all the changes?

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This podcast cuts through the noise surrounding the future of law. The world, its people and their technologies are accelerating at a rapid rate. Can the legal profession keep up with all the changes?

    Ep. 36 - Joy Heath Rush, CEO of the International Legal Technology Association

    Ep. 36 - Joy Heath Rush, CEO of the International Legal Technology Association

    Joy Heath Rush is the CEO of the ILTA, a global volunteer-led membership organization that develops and shares information about technology in law practice, supporting lawyers and other professionals in law firms, law departments, governments, and academic organizations. In this episode, she and host Mike Madison reflect on the evolution of legal tech since the mid-1980s and bring the story up to the present, with insight into critical contemporary topics and takeaways.

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    • 35 min
    Ep. 35 - Joan Heminway, on Corporate Law and Leadership

    Ep. 35 - Joan Heminway, on Corporate Law and Leadership

    Joan Heminway brings long experience as a corporate lawyer in BigLaw to her work researching and writing about securities law and corporate finance at the University of Tennessee. Now she is assuming a key role at the head of the university's well-known Institute for Professional Leadership, building on those experiences to help law students and new lawyers acquire leadership skills and navigate the future of law.

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    Institute for Professional Leadership at the University of Tennessee

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    • 34 min
    Ep. 34 - Andrea Matwyshyn, Penn State Professor of Law and Innovation

    Ep. 34 - Andrea Matwyshyn, Penn State Professor of Law and Innovation

    How can law and lawyers move the public policy process?  Dr. Andrea Matwyshyn is a law professor at Penn State University who is on a mission to bring lawyers, policymakers, and engineers together to solve complex social problems at the edges of law and technology. (She has a faculty appointment at Penn State's College of Engineering to go with her law faculty role.) Future Law Podcast host Mike Madison talks with her about grounding that mission in her "lab" work with her students, and how that "lab" projects come out of her research on technology, computer security, gender and ethics, and history.

    Dr. Andrea Matwyshyn's home page

    The PILOT Lab at Penn State Law

    A PILOT Lab project: the Computer Herstory Museum

    The Manglona Lab at Penn State Law

    Dr. Andrea Matwyshyn on Twitter

    Article about "The Internet of Bodies"

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    • 44 min
    Ep. 33 - Michele Pistone, Training Allied Professionals at Villanova Law

    Ep. 33 - Michele Pistone, Training Allied Professionals at Villanova Law

    The future of law includes more than the future of lawyers.  At Villanova University, Professor Michele Pistone has launched a pioneering online program to train non-lawyers as authorized advocates in immigration law.  Professor Pistone talked about her plans on an earlier episode of the Future Law Podcast. Now she's back, sharing stories of her surprising results, with host Mike Madison.

    Michele Pistone at Villanova Law

    The VIISTA program at Villanova

    Michele Pistone on Twitter

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    • 34 min
    Ep. 32.0 - Colin Levy, Legal Tech Evangelist

    Ep. 32.0 - Colin Levy, Legal Tech Evangelist

    As a law student, Colin Levy saw the future of legaltech, and after graduating he set about building a career in the field.  Ten years later, he's navigated through in-house roles, developed his skill set, and made his way to a position as Director of Marketing and Business Development for WordRake, which produces editing software for professionals, including lawyers. For the Future Law Podcast, Mike Madison talked with Colin about his path to his identity as a self-described "Legal Tech Evangelist."

    Colin Levy at Linkedin

    Colin Levy at Twitter

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    • 31 min
    Ep. 31.0 - Eimear McCann, Director of Strategy at Summize

    Ep. 31.0 - Eimear McCann, Director of Strategy at Summize

    Does the legal profession have a place for creative and imaginative people? How does the future of law differ from its past? Hear an unusual conversation between Future Law Podcast host Mike Madison and Eimear McCann, now Director of Strategy at UK-based LegalTech firm Summize and also a former immigration and human rights lawyer, and also a teacher and writer.

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    • 34 min

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