5 things in LegalTech: Avvo Bought+The Kodak Moment for Law

Your time is short. This quick read gives you 5 things you need to know from LegalTech in the past seven days.

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Update: First GC Tech Masters Summit sold out in Just 3 Hours

The inaugural GC Tech Masters Summit (29 January 2018, New York City) has sold out just three hours after tickets were announced.

We have been completely overwhelmed and are extremely grateful to have received hundreds of responses to attend this exclusive event in New York. Demand for this event further proves that technology is no longer the “next big thing” for legal, but is already here and fully integrated into our daily routines.

Events like these that provide clear and actionable information on how leaders are utilizing technology to its fullest are now more critical than ever, and we’re working with innovative legal teams to lead the charge. Top legal names from Microsoft, eBay, Bain & Company, White & Case, and Community Champions will be speaking at the intimate event the night before LegalWeek NY starts, at which these LegalTech power users will discuss how they have radically transformed their legal processes.

We are keeping an active waiting list and strongly encourage anyone interested in coming to continue to sign up. As soon as spots open up, we will be reaching out to GCs on our waiting list and offering them a space. This is only the first of several planned GC Tech Masters Summits in 2018, so joining the waiting list now guarantees you’ll be the first to know about all future events.

How 5 LegalTech Power Users Have Transformed Their Legal Processes

Five LegalTech power users will reveal how they have radically transformed their legal processes at an exclusive event in New York.

Top legal names from Microsoft, eBay, Bain & Company, White & Case, and Community Champions will be speaking at the GC TechMasters Summit (29 January 2018) at an intimate event the night before LegalWeek NY starts.

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5 things in LegalTech: First Deals of 2018 and Coding The Law

Your time is short. This quick read gives you 5 things you need to know from LegalTech in the past seven days.

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5 things in LegalTech: Taking stock of 2017 & Best of the Big Predictions

Your time is short. This quick read gives you 5 things you need to know from LegalTech in the past seven days.

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Taking stock: LegalTech 2017

 

The number of LegalTech companies grew in 2017. Legal blogger Bob Ambrogi announced 23 additions to his list of LegalTech startups, bringing his list to 691 entries (The Stanford CodeX Center for Legal Informatics lists 770 in its database). Either way the rapid rise of new players has been a feature of 2017. The new startups added to the list include the highest-voted winner of the 2018 ABA TECHSHOW Startup Alley Competition, Book-It-Legal,  “connecting attorneys with law students for per-project legal tasks”. In LegalTech News (“2017:The Year Legal Tech Grew Up“) Jake Heller, CEO of AI research company, Casetext, says 2017 was distinguished by AI, automation, Law Firm Investment in Legal Tech, Legal Analytics, E-Discovery Consolidation, and Law Firm Consolidation. Read More

20 LegalTech Tweets that amazed everyone in 2017

It’s been a good year on the Twitters.

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5 things in LegalTech: The Big Financial Times Report & books of the year

Your time is short. This quick read gives you 5 things you need to know from LegalTech in the past seven days.

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5 things in LegalTech: Meet Legal’s “Rocket Man” and why are lawyers so expensive?

Your time is short. This quick read gives you 5 things you need to know from LegalTech in the past seven days.

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LawGeex Launches Definitive In-House Counsel Guide to Change

LawGeex, the leading AI contract review platform for businesses, has today launched The In-House Counsel’s Guide to Change Management. This is a unique, free, downloadable guide revealing the secrets of change management achieved by the most successful and innovative legal departments in the world.

The book includes simple, practical advice based on dozens of interviews and real life experiences from in-house lawyers, psychologists, and legal experts. The guide features the challenges, results, and strategies of companies including Pearson, Telstra, Avis Budget Group, NetApp, L’Oreal, Microsoft, Cisco, Google, Centrica, Royal Dutch Shell, Staples, Verizon, Adobe, and many more.

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5 Reasons Innovation Will be so Hot for Lawyers in 2018

On Monday, LawGeex will be launching The In-House Counsel’s Guide to Change Management. Get your free downloadable copy as soon as it lands here.  

But why has change emerged as Number One Priority for In-House Lawyers?

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