Fringe Legal #63: technology as a force multiplier
A lot of tech talk this week - not so much about specific solutions but understanding how technology can make an impact. I share three perspectives on leveraging technology to be a force multiplier for your practice.
Implementing emerging technologies with Leigh Snider
Leigh Snider discusses how to tie technology selection and implementation back to the business strategy.
Julia Salasky on how to delight clients
Julia Salasky, CEO of Legl, discusses technology can be leveraged to delight law firm clients. Using legal tech to solve fundamental problems with lawyer workflows allows for more value to be added.
Fringe Legal #45: State of legal operation 2021 ⚙️
CLOC 2021 state of industry report - insightsThe Corporate Legal Operations Consortium (CLOC) released the results of its annual survey,
How to develop and launch a LegalTech startup with Len Hickey
Len Hickey is an IP lawyer and founder of Litigaze a case evaluation tool for modern legal teams that enables the evaluation of complex cases using intuitive visual planning.
May 10, 2021
Fringe Legal #44: how to develop and launch a startup
Changing formatAs the newsletter matures, I'm tweaking the format to offer even more value. The newsletter will continue to be
Fringe Legal #42: build, buy or invest in legal technology?
Welcome to the +14 people that have joined the newsletter since last week. If this is your first time here,
Build, Buy, or Invest with Elani Buchan of MDR Lab
SUBSCRIBE AND REVIEW: iTunes // Spotify // Pocket Casts // Stitcher Elani is a leader in building high-growth startups through streamlined operations. After
Fringe Legal #40: big impact of small failures
The big impact of small failuresBy now, you’re probably sick of seeing the memes and stories about Ever Given
Why leveraging artificial intelligence in legal tech is a challenge?
Products powered by artificial intelligence work best when used on familiar datasets, i.e., the types similar to those used