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Public Speaking

I bet you remember a time when you were blown away by a fantastic presentation. You marveled at the speaker’s persuasive eloquence, seamless transitions, and arresting charisma, wondering how she was able to captivate you so effortlessly. You can probably also recall one of your law school classmates fumbling with his note cards, mumbling his
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Ian Sink at Legaltech

We’re a litigation platform, but we’re also a team. Sometimes, we’re quirky and sometimes we’re razor focused, but we’re always interesting. So, I sat down with Account Director Ian to get his story. I asked about his motivations for becoming a lawyer, his challenges, and how he unwinds. Q: I wanted to become a lawyer
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Everlaw's Company Values

There are many articles about the company culture of technology companies like Google: 462 million results, as of this writing. And there’s no shortage of articles describing (and often bemoaning) the atmosphere in Big Law. But what about legal technology companies: how do they develop and maintain a company culture? We’ve been working hard on
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Andrea Cannavina

Are there any law firms and teams who don’t want to be more efficient and more revenue-generating? Likely not. But as ever, the devil is in the details. To get at those, we’re talking to Andrea Cannavina, who has spent almost fifteen years doing exactly that at Legal Typist. We asked her about the most
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Women In Tech

The gender narrative in tech is rife with examples of inequality. Situations like reddit vs. Ellen Pao and GamerGate death threats show that discrimination against women in tech persists. As for representation, the numbers for women in tech are actually getting worse, especially in positions where they can influence product or business strategy. So how
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ILTACON Session

I loved ILTACON. Not only did the quirky theme and costumes at the opening reception make me feel right at home, but I also gained much insight into the modern legal technology space, all in a three-day crash course. I witnessed ILTA’s focus on innovative education at its many excellent sessions. For example, Jeffrey Roach’s
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Legal File Organization

Many lawyers are curious about legal entrepreneurship – from solo firms to legal technology shops. While some data suggests that the profitability of solo practice is worsening, law software is on the rise – as far as both economics and buzz. But what goes on beyond the hype, when you’re in the thick of it?
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Legal Tech Caffeine

Enthusiasm for legal hacking is abundant, from Zach Abramowitz’s Should You Leave Law And Learn to Code? to Sam Glover’s podcast on Hacking for Justice. Also notable, tech incubator LegalX launched last month, and former Legaltech News editor Monica Bay joined the Codex team last quarter. (Law hacking seems to be brought to us by
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