LEGALTECH MATTERS is a bi-weekly podcast dedicated to creating conversations about technology, trends, and innovation for law firms and companies – big and small. Leading legal journalists, consultants, and lawyers Bob Ambrogi, Joe Borstein, Caroline Hill, Ari Kaplan, and Adriana Linares host the podcast.
Future law: more changes coming to the legal profession with faster adoption rates
CEO of LexFusion, Joe Borstein, and Stephen Poor, Chair Emeritus at Seyfarth Shaw, discuss how the business and practice of law have evolved since 2001 in terms of technology adoption, globalization, regulation, and outside investment in the legal profession. Both conclude that the pace of change will accelerate because of the pandemic as people realize technology can enhance the delivery of legal services.
Reinventing legal: moving from a task-based to a business-minded focus
In this podcast, Ari Kaplan discusses how legal issues associated with the cloud have evolved with technology law attorney, Bert Kaminski. They also look at the value of law firm practice experience, the mission of the Quantum Strategy Institute, the value of certifications for legal professionals, skills that enhance competitiveness, and the changing dynamics of legal education.
Transaction Management Falls Short. Here’s How Yours Can Be Better.
Legal tech journalist Bob Ambrogi leads an expert panel discussion on how legal teams can transform deal management by leveraging technologies that simplify the process to make it less onerous, more secure, and more transparent for lawyers and their clients.
What’s driving Litera’s acquisition strategy and where is it going?
Bob Ambrogi discusses Litera's acquisition strategy with CEO Avaneesh Marwaha. Since 2016 Litera has embarked on a buy, build, innovate acquisition strategy. As a result, the company has grown but also evolved from its initial document drafting focus to become a major player in the transaction and litigation space. This year it entered the world of data to provide firms the information and insight they need to run successful firms.
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