Way back in the early days of the pandemic, when we were all still adjusting to a world of working from home and meeting via Zoom, we launched Legaltech Week, a weekly show in which a panel of journalists and bloggers gets together and discusses the top stories in legal tech and innovation.

Tomorrow, we are celebrating the 100th episode of that show, and I hope you will join us for a special gala edition, in which I’ve invited back everyone who has ever been a panelists.

Although we have a regular core of weekly panelists, the make-up has changed over the years, with the regulars coming and going, and others sitting in as frequent guest panelists. In tomorrow’s episode, 20 of us who have been panelists at one point or another will crowd into the Zoom window for an extended 90-minute episode.

The format will be slightly different from our usual. Rather than talk about the week’s top news, we’ll have a lightning round around the theme, “One Big Idea, One Small Change.” I’ll ask each panelist to share:

  • One Big Idea: A major trend, story, or shift they’ve noticed in legal tech over the past few years, excluding AI and the pandemic.
  • One Small Change: A subtle, perhaps overlooked, change that they think will have long-term implications.

Appropriately, the suggestion for that theme came from ChatGPT, via panelist Niki Black.

Panelists for tomorrow’s episode will be:

  • Doug Austin.
  • Niki Black
  • Jeffrey Brandt
  • Cassandre Coyer
  • Stephen Embry
  • Caroline Hill
  • David Horrigan
  • Victoria Hudgins
  • Greg Lambert
  • Joshua Lenon
  • Steven Lerner
  • Victor Li
  • Isha Marathe
  • Molly McDonough
  • Jean O’Grady
  • Joe Patrice
  • Julie Sobowale
  • Zach Warren
  • Stephanie Wilkins

It is free to attend, but you need to pre-register if you haven’t already. You can do that right here. You can also:

Join us!

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Bob is a lawyer, veteran legal journalist, and award-winning blogger and podcaster. In 2011, he was named to the inaugural Fastcase 50, honoring “the law’s smartest, most courageous innovators, techies, visionaries and leaders.” Earlier in his career, he was editor-in-chief of several legal publications, including The National Law Journal, and editorial director of ALM’s Litigation Services Division.