What do you do when your company grows from a two-person startup into a billion dollar enterprise, operating internationally with a workforce over 500? You invest in the dreams of others... that’s what! Tune in to hear how Clio is investing in promising early-stage companies with diverse founders from its VP of Corporate Development Shubham Datta.
Grow your firm and make more money! Hear what every law firm should know about the legal profession’s changes during the last two years. Clio’s Chief Operating Officer George Psiharis stops by to share what they learned putting together their annual Legal Trends Report. This free report can help dramatically boost your profits. Tune in to hear how!
Hosted by Juan Thomas (former National Bar Association President), this episode features an in-depth conversation with future American Bar Association President Reginald Turner. Together they discuss the value of mentors, his vision for leadership, and the importance for young lawyers to get involved with the ABA.
The Pandemic forced the legal profession to innovate and modernize its operations. With minds now open to change, this is the perfect time to implement much needed adjustments to help close the access-to-justice gap. This episode features host Patrick Palace (past Washington State Bar Association President) interviewing Chief Justice Bridget Mary McCormack from the Michigan Supreme Court. Together they discuss how the legal profession is not meeting the needs of the public, current drivers for change, and programs out there delivering results.
Utah Supreme Court Justice Constandinos "Deno" Himonas updates us on the regulatory changes aimed at closing the access-to-justice gap nation-wide. Hosted by Thomas Rombach (former State Bar of Michigan President) and Joe Sullivan (former State Bar of Montana President), this episode delves into sandbox programs, non-lawyer ownership of law firms, and new advertising rules as well as the process for change in the legal profession.
We’re headed back to our offices, bar associations, and the courts, but what does that mean for the future? While some wish to go back to the way things were before the pandemic, others recognize a big opportunity to improve the legal profession and move the needle forward. Hosted by Jayne Reardon from the Illinois Supreme Court Commission on Professionalism, this episode talks about those issues and more with Laura Farber and William Bay from the ABA Coordinating Group on Practice Forward.
TECHSHOW co-chairs Allan Mackenzie and Roberta Tepper discuss the process of moving the 2021 conference to an entirely virtual format.
Damien Riehl demystifies AI applications in law firms and explains its potential for helping lawyers make better business decisions.
Forget ads on billboards, buses, and in the Yellow Pages. Building a law practice today requires a new approach.
Josh Leporati and Ben Schorr give a quick overview of how Microsoft Teams helps lawyers collaborate with ease in a highly secure environment.
A U.S. Army general and law firm partner offer their global business and national security perspectives on using AI legally and ethically.
At the intersection of legal need, a pandemic, and tech is the opportunity to develop a niche practice. This Atlanta lawyer has directions.
The CEOs of Clio and Fastcase break down what it takes for lawyers to be innovators. Guess what? There’s no need to be a tech whiz.
Tom West shares the importance of using online payment systems in law firms to keep pace with the increasing virtualization of the practice of law.
Legal Innovators CEO Bryan Parker shares why it’s important to make diversity and inclusion a business imperative rather than a nice-to-have.
Paula Davis-Laack shares tips for helping law firm teams communicate well and to develop a culture of resilience.
Clio’s COO shares the three things law firms did to succeed during the pandemic, making 40% more revenue per lawyer than their competitors.
Sharon Nelson and Lincoln Mead discuss both current and potential impacts of deepfakes on legal practice.
Brett Burney and Paul Unger share app tips for mobile legal practice.