Smarter work allocation to increase lawyer retention
Work allocation runs through the core of law firms - how well it's managed will impact the retention & productivity of lawyers. Will Dougherty, Co-Founder of Capacity discusses how work allocation can be done better using technology.
Fringe Legal #78: why is everyone talking about ChatGPT?
ChatGPT is a tipping point in the development of AI. It can have a significant impact on the future of legal technology, but we are a couple of iterations away from it being mainstream.
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.