Category: In-house counsel

Tales of LegalTech Adoption: Vicky Lockie, formerly Associate GC at Pearson

In a series of monthly interviews, LawGeex speaks to top In-House Counsel adopting legal technology to enhance productivity. Here, we speak to Vicky Lockie, Senior Consultant VBL Consulting, and formerly Associate GC at Pearson.  What is Pearson and how …

Top task management tools for Lawyers: Trello; Evernote and Asana

Brian Schmidt is Chief of Staff, and former General Counsel at Trello, a visual collaboration tool that creates a shared perspective on projects. Schmidt says Trello “occupies the organizational space between blank canvas-type tools (e.g. a word doc) and a …

The joy (and challenges) of selling to Legal

Having spent the past 12 years selling software solutions and building sales teams for successful tech companies, I’ve sold to some tough customers, and for the first time, I’ve started to sell to lawyers. The legal profession has …

LawGeex 4.0 release sees next generation of AI contract review for businesses

TEL AVIV, Israel, September 6 2017: LawGeex, the leading AI contract review platform for businesses, has today launched product enhancements that provide more control, speed and consistency than ever before. LawGeex combines machine learning algorithms and text analytics …

6 communications tools Lawyers need to know

In this brave new world, lawyers should not forget about one of the more basic and cheap, but extremely effective, ways to instantly save time and money, work smarter and faster. Better communication and collaboration could be as simple …

Tales of LegalTech Adoption: Roberto Facundus at Tongal

In a new series of monthly interviews, LawGeex speaks to top In-House Counsel adopting legal technology to enhance productivity. Here, we speak to Roberto Facundus, General Counsel and Chief Operating Officer at Tongal. How is Tongal’s in-house team organized? Size …

Legal winter is coming. Will you leave the wall?

There is a wall that lawyers have hidden behind for decades, in the face of radical change to other industries. We have seen these walls crumbling in neighboring ancient kingdoms, such as finance or insurance . But in …

There is one danger threatening LegalTech’s future. But here is the antidote

On nearly every measure, legal technology appears to be thriving. This sector is now a $16 billion industry in the U.S.  There are 715 legalTech startups. These companies secured a record $155 million across 67 deals in 2016. The figures for …

Salesforce praises new legal technology in eliminating sales bottlenecks

Technologies that eliminate legal bottlenecks will play a significant part in closing deals faster and driving business growth at top companies, according to a Salesforce executive. Robin Fisher, area vice president of Salesforce Europe and the Middle East, …

10 seismic changes forcing in-house counsel to choose LegalTech

Legal technology, commonly known as LegalTech, refers to software enabling lawyers to do their jobs more efficiently and cost-effectively. The In-House Counsel’s Legal Tech Buyer’s Guide shows how in-house counsel are driving change. Based on interviews with lawyers at some of the …