Legal ecosystem and successful legal teams with Basha Rubin and Mirra Levitt
Basha Rubin and Mirra Levitt are co-founders of Priori Legal. They join Fringe Legal to discuss legal tech trends, and share their origin stories and experience of raising funds as women founders.
Fringe Legal #76: three takeaways from ILTACON
ILTACON 2022 packed 3000+ people into a bustling four days. Whether you were there or not, here are the key themes from the conference you should know.
Fringe Legal #74: conferences extravaganza. Which one to attend?
There is an abundance of conferences. Are they worth your time, and which one should you attend? Whether you are a conference veteran or a newbie, here are some tips on making the most of them and some of our favorite events.
Fringe Legal #73: when the solution becomes the problem
Incentives drive human behavior, but the wrong motivation can worsen the problem or create new ones.
State of no-code in Legal with Jackson Liu
We speak with Jackson Liu, Chief Commercial Officer at Neota, about the state of no-code in legal.
No-code for legal teams - Report
What if you could build your own app without any coding skills? That’s the promise of #nocode tools. We went down the rabbit hole, so you don’t have to.
Fringe Legal #71: products, platforms, and ecosystems
There’s a lot of talk about legal tech platforms, ecosystems, and products. People tend to use these terms interchangeably, so is there really a difference?
Fringe Legal #69: why is adoption a problem with legal tech?
Adoption is the holy grail problem to solve when it comes to technology. Solving it is a long road, but there are ways to reduce the bumps you experience.
Should law firms charge for legal technology?
Pricing discussions can be challenging regardless of the position. To make them smoother, paint the value story.
What do we offer, and how do we augment technology into the work done for you, as a result of which the value you receive is greater, more quickly realized, or cheaper to deliver.
Fringe Legal #68: only two ways to make money
On stage are two executives, addressing a crowd of eager investment bankers at the Savoy Hotel in London. It's the