Articles Tagged with Law Technology Now

Well, maybe not everything. But in the latest episode of the podcast Law Technology Now, I speak with Adriana Linares, the chair of Techshow 2017, about what to expect at this year’s conference, which is next week, March 15-18, in Chicago. Linares, a law practice consultant when she’s not organizing Techshow, discusses the panels, special […]

It was nine years ago this month that Rocket Matter introduced the first cloud-based practice-management platform, followed a week later by Clio. The two companies brought about a sea change in how lawyers manage their practices and use the cloud. Recently, I sat down with Rocket Matter’s founding partner and CEO Larry Port for what […]

Next week is the annual Legaltech conference in New York. But in case you haven’t heard, there’s a big change this year. Legaltech has expanded into something called Legalweek, The Experience. Rather than just legal technology, the conference will include what ALM is calling seven “events-within-an-event,” each with a distinct focus: LegalExecutive, LegalCIO, LegalPros, LegalMarketing, […]

Alma Asay Speaking of podcasts, I sat down Friday with Alma Asay, founder of Allegory Law, for a conversation about litigation technology and Allegory’s unique approach to managing litigation documents and data. Asay also talks about her journey from Gibson Dunn litigation associate to legal technology entrepreneur and discusses the challenges she faced as a […]

In the latest episode of Law Technology Now, the podcast I cohost with Monica Bay, I have a conversation with David Perla, president of Bloomberg BNA’s legal division and of Bloomberg Law, about the company, his career and Bloomberg Law’s new Smart Code, which he says is changing traditional legal annotation. Before joining Bloomberg BNA, […]