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57 minutes | Sep 17, 2021
LTW 2021.08.27 - ILTACON Wrap Up
50 minutes | Sep 17, 2021
LTW 2021.08.20 - ILTACON on The Horizon
57 minutes | Sep 17, 2021
The week's top stories in legal tech
58 minutes | Aug 12, 2021
56 minutes | Aug 12, 2021
57 minutes | Jul 19, 2021
LTW 2021.07.16 - Are we Really Going Back to the Office, and More
The week's top stories in legal technology, selected by the industry's leading journalists. 00:00 - Panelist Introductions 04:37 - Are we Really Going Back to the Office? 21:50 - For Now, The Legaltech Market is Still More Boom Than Bubble (Selected by Zach Warren) 34:19 - Here to Stay: Expect Remote Hearings to Become Post Pandemic Features, Panelists Say (selected by Victoria Hudgins 44:03 - Ohio Bans Competitive Keywords Advertising for Lawyers 46:36 - Maine's Notable Ban on Government Use of Most AI Software
54 minutes | Jul 16, 2021
LTW 2021.07.09 - Mergers and Acquisitions
47 minutes | Jun 18, 2021
LTW 2021.06.11 - IPOs in Legaltech: The Failed and the Forthcoming
56 minutes | May 28, 2021
LTW 2021.05.28 - Justin Kan's Mea Culpa, Nuix IPO, and more
This Week's Top Stories Are: 00:00 - Panelist Introductions 03:02 - Justin Kan's Mea Culpa (Selected by Bob Ambrogi) 12:49 - Law is a Team Sport in a Digital Age (Selected by guest panelist Jeff Brandt) 23:19 - Survey Sheds Light on Why Diversity Progress in Law Firms is So Slow (Selected by Stephen Embry) 36:33 - Age, Gender, and Generation Affect Opinion on Back to Office (Selected by Niki Black) 43:27 - Nuix IPO is Getting a Lot of Press Attention Down Under (Selected by Molly McDonough) Register for our live webinar to receive advance notice about each week's topics!
58 minutes | May 21, 2021
LTW 2021.05.21 - What Does AI Really Mean, UNITAD ID'd as Model for Accountability, and more
We are joined this week by two guest panelists, Roy Strom and Julie Sobowale. This week's Top Stories: 5:10 - Security Council Arria Formula Meeting Highlights UNITAD Innovation and Partnership as Model for Accountability (Selected by Molly McDonough) 13:17 - Big Law has Never Looked More Like This Fully Remote Firm (Selected by Roy Strom) 22:21 - Spending in Legal Departments has Almost Doubled in the Last Year: CLOC Survey (Selected by Julie Sobowale) 27:14 - Just Calling a Product 'Artificial Intelligence' Isn't Good Enough (Selected by Joe Patrice) 39:06 - How Law Schools Should Teach Tech, with April Dawson (Selected by Bob Ambrogi) 50:14 - Microsoft is Finally Retiring Internet Explorer in 2022 (Selected by Victor Li) Visit LawSitesBlog to learn more about attending our live events and receiving early updates about show topics.
58 minutes | May 14, 2021
LTW 2021.05.07 - The Week's Top Stories
56 minutes | Apr 23, 2021
LTW 2021.04.23 - More LT Mergers and Investments, Policing with Predictive Data, and more
This week's top stories: 4:32 - Dating App for Lawyers (Selected by Joe Patrice) 7:22 - SCOTUS Opinion on Fair Use of Coding in Google vs. Oracle (Selected by Joe Patrice) 10:22 - Rocket Lawyer's $223m investment (Selected by Bob Ambrogi) 18:51 - 25:32 - Dangers of Policing Using Predictive Data (Selected by Niki Black) 45:43 - Europe Proposes Strict Rules Governing AI (Selected by Victor Li)
57 minutes | Apr 16, 2021
LTW 2021.04.16 - Monkey's play Pong with Neuralink, British Slang, and more
7:06 - Neuralink implant enables monkey to play Pong without touching anything. Tests in humans next. (Selected by Molly McDonough) 15:22 - Litera buys another company. What is its strategy and how will avoid chaos in implementing so many acquisitions? Why should you care? (Selected by Caroline Hill) 21:26 - Digression about British expressions 23:06 - Orrick Spin-Off Joinder Launches ‘System-of-Record’ for Corporate Legal Departments (Selected by Bob Ambrogi) 38:46 - SALI announced a universal legal tech API, will it catch on? (Selected by Victoria Hudgins) 48:09 - Judicial Analytics in New York: Looking Back To See the Future (Selected by Niki Black)
51 minutes | Apr 9, 2021
LTW 2021.04.09 - LTW held at virtual conference, Facebook doesn't plan on notifying users of data breach, and more
Note: this episode take place at a virtual conference, and may be best viewed on YouTube 4:09 - Panelist's opinions on the virtual conference 21:29 - No plans by Facebook to notify users of data breach 25:34 - Notre Dame over-enrollment chaos 28:06 - Future Trials Working Group's Report and Recommendations 35:07 - NJ ethics opinion on reply all emails and client confidentiality issues 39:57 - Casey Flaherty Leaves Baker McKenzie To Join Legal Tech Collective LexFusion 43:40 - Tour of virtual conference.
58 minutes | Apr 2, 2021
LTW 2021.04.02 - Court rooms and vaccinations, big money in legal tech on the rise, and Zoom dress codes
Top stories in legal tech this week include: 6:13 - Biglaw firms toying with ending the 5-day office work week. 11:06 - Law firms pulling out the stops for lateral associates. 13:12 - Legal Tech Company IPOs Are Rare, but That Could Soon Change 18:10 - Report maps growing 'Justice Tech' market; urges VCs to invest. 22:20 - Florida Bar's best practices for remote proceedings. 28:28 - Weed is legal in NYC, and Cuomo gets a night off from the spotlight. 30:14 - Can a non-lawyer (business person) run a law firm? 46:25 - Witnesses who want to testify remotely may need to prove they haven't been vaccinated.
60 minutes | Apr 2, 2021
Weekly updates from the world of Legaltech.
59 minutes | Mar 6, 2021
LTW 2021.03.05 - ILTA Goes Live and Law Firms go Back to the Office, but Video Conferencing Here to Stay
The Week's Topics Include: 5:23 - ILTA announces live conference this summer 12:28 - Ropes & Gray summons all staff back to the office, but video conferencing may be sticking around. 31:38 - Juries in online trials tend to be younger and more diverse 42:48 - NY ethics opinion on lawyer-client matching sites 45:40 - Theory & Principle's conference on Forms 48:12 - ABA Tech Show 52:24 - Accomplishments for diversity in legal tech 55:53 - Clubhouse privacy concerns
61 minutes | Feb 20, 2021
LTW 2021.02.19 - Three New Studies, and How to See an ROI During Covid
Stories This Week: 3:36 - Launch Factory seeks legal tech founders 8:58 - Thompson Reuters ALSP report 12:38 - Lawyer referral services 23:22 - Digitizing state courts to increase access to justice. 30:10 - Drunk Cylon? 30:49 - Legal tech M&A study 35:44 - iManage's ROI study & the nature of industry polling 47:38 - Matt Homann and the Virtual Conference Manifesto 54:05 - Vendor commercials & conferences 56:38 - Rant & Raves: Jones Day gets hacked Our panelists this week are: Stephen Embry, publisher, TechLaw Crossroads; Victoria Hudgins, reporter for Legaltech News; Victor Li, assistant managing editor of the ABA Journal; Joe Patrice, editor, Above the Law; Bob Ambrogi of LawSites blog and LawNext podcast; and Caroline Hill, editor in chief, Legal IT Insider. Molly McDonough, media consultant, former publisher and editor-in-chief of the ABA Journal, moderates.
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