35 episodes

Technically Legal is a podcast about legal tech and innovation in the legal industry.

In each episode we interview an innovator in the legal industry. Guests discuss how they are implementing legal technology and innovation into their legal departments and law firms and how listeners can too.

The podcast is hosted by Chad Main, an attorney and founder of Percipient, a tech-enabled legal services provider. Chad launched Percipient on the belief that when technology is leveraged correctly, it makes legal teams more effective.

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    • 4.8, 12 Ratings

Technically Legal is a podcast about legal tech and innovation in the legal industry.

In each episode we interview an innovator in the legal industry. Guests discuss how they are implementing legal technology and innovation into their legal departments and law firms and how listeners can too.

The podcast is hosted by Chad Main, an attorney and founder of Percipient, a tech-enabled legal services provider. Chad launched Percipient on the belief that when technology is leveraged correctly, it makes legal teams more effective.

    Anna McGrane & Joshua Fireman on Knowledge and Change Management in Legal Without Boiling the Ocean

    Anna McGrane & Joshua Fireman on Knowledge and Change Management in Legal Without Boiling the Ocean

    You don’t have to “boil the ocean” to innovate in a law firm or legal department. That’s what we learn in Episode 35 from Anna McGrane, PacerPro COO, and Joshua Fireman, President of Fireman & Company.

    Anna and Joshua talk about a white paper analyzing time saved and ROI law firms realized by automating the distribution of federal court filings.

    Dealing with pleadings may not be a sexy legal tech use case, but addressing solvable pain points can be a big win in the development of a KM program.

    • 33 min
    Slack’s Cyndi Wheeler & Mark Pike on Automating Legal Workflows And (Not) Using Email

    Slack’s Cyndi Wheeler & Mark Pike on Automating Legal Workflows And (Not) Using Email

    Do you want to spend less time dealing with email? Are you interested in automating repetitive work tasks?

    Cyndi Wheeler and Mark Pike, both in-house lawyers at collaboration software company Slack, offer tips on how to do that in Episode 34.

    Cyndi and Mark discuss how they moved almost all of their communications with outside counsel away from email and into Slack channels.

    They also explain how the Slack legal department uses Slack's workflows and bots to automate common, repetitive legal tasks.

    • 35 min
    Episode 33: Using AI in Litigation – Thomas Suh (LegalMation Co-Founder)

    Episode 33: Using AI in Litigation – Thomas Suh (LegalMation Co-Founder)

    LegalMation Co-Founder Thomas Suh discusses the use of AI in litigation and his company's software that helps legal teams automate routine litigation tasks.

    Thomas and his Co-Founder came up with the idea for LegalMation while working at a litigation boutique. They realized artificial intelligence could be used to tackle routine litigation tasks like drafting pleadings and discovery responses.

    LegalMation is live and used by some of the largest corporate legal departments and law firms in the world.

    • 31 min
    Episode 32: Keith Maziarek & Justin Ergler on the Legal Value Network (and on Community and Collaboration in Legal)

    Episode 32: Keith Maziarek & Justin Ergler on the Legal Value Network (and on Community and Collaboration in Legal)

    Legal Value Network Founding Board Members Keith Maziarek and Justin Ergler visit Technically Legal for Episode 32.  Keith and Justin talk about the genesis of LVN and the group’s mission of “designing, building and implementing the foundations of a more contemporary and commercially-sound model of legal service delivery.”

    Keith is Director of Legal Pricing and Project Management at Katten Muchin and  Justin is Director of Alternative Fee Intelligence and Analytics at GlaxoSmithKline.

    • 34 min
    Episode 31: Dennis Garcia & Jason Barnwell on Legal Teams Innovating, Transforming And Working Remotely

    Episode 31: Dennis Garcia & Jason Barnwell on Legal Teams Innovating, Transforming And Working Remotely

    Microsoft attorneys Dennis Garcia and Jason Barnwell discuss how legal teams can successfully and productively work remotely.

    Dennis and Jason explain that for companies to equip their lawyers and employees to successfully work from home, they need to invest in the right tools.

    Dennis and Jason also explain that for successful remote work, the modern legal team needs collaboration tools, productivity software, data storage and knowledge management tools.

    • 34 min
    Episode 30: Sterling Miller on Legal Teams Responding to Crises and Pandemics

    Episode 30: Sterling Miller on Legal Teams Responding to Crises and Pandemics

    Sterling Miller discusses how in-house legal teams can help their companies respond to crisis situations and pandemics. Sterling is a three time general counsel (Travelocity, Sabre Corporation and Marketo).

    Sterling explains that during crises, in-house lawyers should “run to the fire” and actively help their companies deal with difficult times. It is a good opportunity for legal departments to lead and show value to the organization.

    • 36 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

crawmacdad ,

Top legal tech podcast

Chad Main provides a unqiue window into the legal tech world by asking engaging questions to interesting people who are breaking new ground in the profession. I can see why it made the ABA Journal 2018 Web 100.

Alexis_Robrtson ,

Excellent!

A podcast about legal tech? I was skeptical. But, I really enjoy this podcast. It’s really engaging. And it’s covering a topic that applies to every lawyer. It’s a podcast that could be the difference between getting a client engagement or not.

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