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.
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Joe Green sees legal tech innovation clearly making a difference
Joe Borstein, LexFusion CEO and LEGALTECH MATTERS host talks with Joe Green about his journey from lawyer to legal tech startup expert to Chief Innovation Office at Gunderson Dettmer. He discusses his vision of how technology can make clients and the people who deliver legal services happier by focusing on, among other things, improving interoperability, creating an ecosystem of tech providers, and using AI to automate output currently handled by lawyers.
An Insider Look into Legal Tech Training
Caroline Hill, Editor-in-Chief for Legal IT Insider, talks with four leading experts in the delivery of training to legal professionals globally. They discuss training as a career path for women; what issues law firms face and what they are doing right; how training can be leveraged as a competitive advantage; and whether firms can measure ROI when evaluating training.
What are the implications of NLP and AI for legal tech?
LEGALTECH MATTERS host, Ari Kaplan, talks to Tonya Custis, Director of AI Research at Autodesk, about the connection between music, artificial intelligence, and computational linguistics. They explore the implications of ChatGPT, natural language processing, and AI generative models for legal use, the increasing number of roles related to machine learning, data science, innovation, and knowledge management, and what that means for legal.
Progress, and The Lack Thereof, in The Evolution of Legal Services Toward Scale
Nobody knows more about the state of law firms and corporate legal departments than Casey Flaherty and his colleagues at LexFusion. In this podcast, Casey and host David Curle compare some of the insights from LexFusion’s recent Legal Market Year in Review with Litera’s Changing Lawyer over the years. Casey finds an industry that still faces challenges in building legal organizations for spend optimization and scale.
Reinventing Legal Talks E-Discovery and Knowledge Management
In this week’s podcast Ari Kaplan, legal industry analyst and LEGALTECH MATTERS host, talks with Catherine Hanley, Knowledge Management Lawyer, Sidley Austin. They discuss the pathway from e-discovery to knowledge management, the increasing deployment of practice support lawyers in law firms, the skills necessary to succeed as a KM lawyer, and future opportunities in knowledge management.