Live today at 3 E.T. is our weekly Legaltech Week journalists’ roundtable, where our panel of journalists and bloggers discuss the top stories in legal technology and innovation.
Two guests are joining our regular line-up of panelists for today’s show:
- Roy Strom, correspondent for Bloomberg Law and formerly a reporter for The American Lawyer and the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin.
- Julie Sobowale, lawyer and journalist as well as director of communications at the Law Society of Saskatchewan.
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Stories we’re planning to discuss, time allowing, include:
- Just Calling A Product ‘Artificial Intelligence’ Isn’t Good Enough.
- Big Law Has Never Looked More Like This Fully Remote Firm.
- Spending in legal departments has almost doubled in the last year: CLOC survey.
- Security Council Arria Formula Meeting Highlights UNITAD Approach as a Model for International Accountability Efforts.
- Microsoft is finally retiring Internet Explorer in 2022.
- LawNext: How Law Schools Should Teach Tech, With April Dawson.
- The 2021 Am Law 200 Report.
Our panelists change from week to week, but our usual line-up includes:
- Nicole Black, legal technology columnist and legaltech evangelist at MyCase.
- Stephen Embry, publisher, TechLaw Crossroads.
- Caroline Hill, editor in chief, Legal IT Insider.
- Victoria Hudgins, reporter for Legaltech News.
- Victor Li, assistant managing editor of the ABA Journal.
- Molly McDonough, media consultant, former publisher and editor-in-chief of the ABA Journal, and producer of the Legal Talk Today podcast.
- Joe Patrice, editor, Above the Law.
- Zach Warren, editor in chief of Legaltech News.
Hope you’ll join us.