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Ivy B. Grey Apr 16
The 2018 LTRC's Women of Legal Tech list was announced today! It includes 25 women making impact in . Proud to be included on the list with people I admire like , , and . Congrats to all!
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Ivy B. Grey Apr 17
Innovating / adopting is like dieting, can be good for you, but you: 1. won't do it until it's almost too late; 2. cheat and revert back to status quo; 3. won't see results fast enough and you'll quit or change too early; and 4. at some point, you must eat the broccoli
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Colin S. Levy Apr 17
I’m looking for suggestions for folks to interview for my blog. I’m assuming that you all will have some suggestions...
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Sarah Glassmeyer Apr 16
and innovation needs fewer conferences (or at least no more) and more MOOCs/23 Things free learning opportunities so people that can’t afford to travel and pay conference fees can learn.
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Rick Seabrook Apr 18
announcing the very impressive programme including building apps in via
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Colin S. Levy Apr 15
Legaltech is not about programming or becoming a coder. It is about performing work more effectively and solving problems more effectively.
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Colin S. Levy 16h
I've been really enjoying learning and writing about legal tech. The next step for me, which I am nervous about stating here on Twitter but here goes, is turning my passion for legal tech and innovation into my next career move. I could use some help.
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CLOC Apr 13
Leadership team is getting ready to greet everyone in Vegas! Who will be joining us this year? Let's talk
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Sarah Glassmeyer Apr 13
New blog post: Ethics in - a discussion
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Michael Fisher Apr 14
Can your job be automated by Artificial Intelligence? {Infographic}
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Gabriela Cubeiro Apr 17
Listen to your users. Their feedback will help you build a better product. Great technology necessitates evolution.
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Jon Tobin Apr 11
Legal clients are used to such crap customer experience that they are blown away when all they have to do to engage our services is go to a link and follow the instructions. No driving to an office, no writing checks, no faxing anything. Who woulda thunk?
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Andreas Staub Apr 17
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HiiL 18h
Legal + Technology = . But, is equal to justice innovations? Designing startups around the need of the end users of the justice system will take a step further to innovate justice. Important food for thought as the stage is open!
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Events 4 Sure Apr 12
So here it is. The Contest you have been waiting for. Answer these 3 questions and follow the instructions to post these answers and we have got some very exciting prizes for the winners. So 3, 2, 1 Go!!!
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Robert K. Williams Apr 10
At the intersection of law and technology: Does artificial intelligence have a place in law?:
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LawWare Apr 17
LawWare Conference and User Group Meeting. Edinburgh.
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Jon Tobin Apr 17
Thank you everyone who has been supporting us on our law firm and our journey to create a new business model for legal services.
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Matthew Stubenberg Apr 18
Big thanks to the for hosting a DC version of the Coding For Lawyers class yesterday. We built an app in python that lets you know how many points you get based on how fast you're speeding in DC.
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ThoughtRiver Apr 17
Proud to announce we are a finalist at the Legal Innovation Awards 2018 in the category of AI Innovation!
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