If you missed Friday’s Legaltech Week review of the top stories in legal technology and innovation, here are the video and audio recordings.
Two guest panelists joined us this week: Roy Strom, correspondent for Bloomberg Law and formerly a reporter for The American Lawyer and the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, and Julie Sobowale, lawyer and journalist as well as director of communications at the Law Society of Saskatchewan.
Stories we discussed:
- 5:10 – Security Council Arria Formula Meeting Highlights UNITAD Innovation and Partnership as Model for Accountability (Selected by Molly McDonough).
- 13:17 – Big Law has Never Looked More Like This Fully Remote Firm (Selected by Roy Strom).
- 22:21 – Spending in Legal Departments has Almost Doubled in the Last Year: CLOC Survey (Selected by Julie Sobowale).
- 27:14 – Just Calling a Product ‘Artificial Intelligence’ Isn’t Good Enough (Selected by Joe Patrice)
- 39:06 – How Law Schools Should Teach Tech, with April Dawson (Selected by Bob Ambrogi)
- 50:14 – Microsoft is Finally Retiring Internet Explorer in 2022 (Selected by Victor Li)
If you prefer the audio podcast version, listen below.
Other panelists this week were:
- Stephen Embry, publisher, TechLaw Crossroads.
- 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.