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Demystifying technologies and educating about the future of law. The Wired Wig is a law and technology podcast for current and future lawyers who are interested in the intersection between Law and technology. With host Annabel Pemberton, we explain technologies and highlight technology-based career paths in Law. Each week we'll touch on a new topic such as how technology will change the future of the profession, developments in major sectors such as finance and health, and how the law may re ...
 
Technically Legal is a podcast about legal tech, legal innovation and the impact of tech on the law and legal industry. In each episode we interview an innovator in the legal industry. Guests discuss how they are implementing legal technology and innovation into their legal departments and law firms and how listeners can too. The podcast is hosted by Chad Main, an attorney and founder of Percipient, a tech-enabled legal services provider. Chad launched Percipient on the belief that when tech ...
 
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Cyber incident response. Cyber attacks. Unfortunately, we hear these terms daily nowadays. But what really goes on behind the scenes in a cyber incident? To answer that question, we asked Luke Green, a Breach Response Services Manager for cyber insurer Beazley Group and Josh Sudbury, Managing Principal of Forensic Investigations at Lodestone, a lea…
 
Data analytics maturity models (and legal operations maturity models in general) are the topic of discussion with Peter Eilhauer, Managing Director for Legal Spend Solutions at Epiq. Peter knows his stuff about legal spend management–he’s been working in and around it for 16 years. He started as a consultant helping law firms manage costs and then …
 
Using artificial intelligence to help make hiring decisions is the topic du jour of Episode 49. Matt Spencer and Aaron Meyers, the CEO and CTO of Suited, respectively, explain how their AI powered, assessment-driven recruiting platform helps law firms and corporate legal departments find the best candidate for legal jobs and also increase diversity…
 
"The fundamental tool of lawyers is language" explains Serena Wellen in this episode. Serena is a Senior Director for LexisNexis and works on the Context legal analytics platform. Context leverages machine learning and natural language processing from Ravel, a company LexisNexis acquired in 2017. Using Ravel's analytics engine, Context sits atop ma…
 
It might sound like the distant future, but the use of AI in transport is already a reality. A British barrister at Temple Garden Chambers, Alex Glassbrook works at the intersection of law and technology of the infrastructure that moves us from A to B: transport. His practice includes the law of advanced, automated and electric vehicles, serious pe…
 
Online Dispute Resolution. That is the topic of discussion with New Era ADR cofounders Collin Williams and Rich Lee. New Era ADR is an online claims dispute resolution platform that provides online mediation and online arbitrations. Collin and Rich came up with the idea for New Era after they both served as General Counsel for a couple of Chicago b…
 
Still not convinced using legal technology is crucial for the modern day lawyer? Noah Waisberg is the co-founder and CEO of the legal artificial intelligence (AI) company Kira Systems. Previously, Noah was a corporate lawyer at Weil, Gotshal in New York. He is an expert on contract analysis, legal technology, and artificial intelligence, has spoken…
 
Automattic, the company behind WordPress.com, Tumblr and WooCommerce (among others), is a distributed company by design. In fact, the company’s creed spells out its commitment to a distributed workforce. They have 1500 employees spread across 80 countries. In the latest episode of Technically Legal, Paul Sieminski, Automattic’s General Counsel, dis…
 
Lauren Moore is the Co-Founder of GlobalTechLoop, a platform designed to educate about technology. While she is now studying the GDL to pursue a career in Law, Lauren studied Chemistry at university. We talk about Lauren’s route into law, the inspiration behind the platform, the importance of understanding technology in the legal profession, and ho…
 
Luigi Cantisani, is a Junior Lawyer at Futura Law Firm where he is assisting a number of technology startups. His role also encompasses working alongside teams, assisting with legal engineering as part of Jur. Luigi is also taking his Ph.D. in Law at the University of Warwick, researching "Blockchain-based Platforms and the Rise of Peer-To-Peer Tra…
 
Using legal tech to scale a corporate legal department is the topic du jour in Episode 45. The guest: Mel Scott, Senior Legal Counsel for Megaport, a global technology company offering scalable point to point connectivity for public and private cloud connections. Mel is also the host of a great podcast called Counsel about in-house lawyer life. Mel…
 
After meeting during their studies, John and Guglielmo created Rita, a tool to practically address the data portability issue. Under GDPR and other data protection laws, individuals have a right to request the download of their data in an accessible format. Both John and Guglielmo explain more, but typically this process is very drawn out, with com…
 
How can the legal industry apply innovation? Eimear McCann is a creative and strategic leader and thinker, bringing together knowledge of the law with a passion for identifying new and innovative ways of working. She is currently the Head of Strategy at Summize. Before this she has worked for a magazine, a law center in Belfast, F-Lex Legal where s…
 
Personable and genuine, Jay Smith is a Legal Engineer working at Stephenson Law. While Jay has always sought to improve how lawyers work with technology, he previously was working as a solicitor, and his change of role has been a gradual process. He now strives to remove as much copy and pasting to the lives of lawyers, and delight clients. In this…
 
The history, current state and the impact of Artificial Intelligence on the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) is the topic of conversation with George Socha. George currently serves as Senior Vice President of Brand Awareness for e-discovery software company, Reveal Data, but back in 2005, he founded the EDRM along with Tom Gelbmann. What…
 
This week we spoke to polyglot and multi-talented Karol Valencia, Legal Services Designer, and Business Innovation Strategist at Lawcus-LPM and Legal Project Leader at eID. Karol's design work looks at law school education systems: she is the coordinator for Peru of the ILSA Alliance, while also a digital transformation lecturer at Wenex Formación …
 
Tom Dunlop is the CEO and Founder of the tool Summize, contract management, and review product. After qualifying as a solicitor in the UK, Tom has led several legal teams including UserZoom, Zuto, and AppSense. In this episode, we discuss the use cases of Summize and their philosophy of ensuring lawyers have a tool for multi-uses. Tom also discusse…
 
Using intellectual property management software and automation is the topic of conversation for Episode 43. We talk to Jeppe Hudtloff Viinberg Rightly.io co-founder and Rightly user Michael Ro Mejer Interim General Counsel for Danish clothing company, Masai. Rightly is IP management software that automates and tracks tasks across the IP management …
 
Vishal Sunak is the CEO and Co-founder of Linksquares, an AI-powered platform to enable legal and finance teams to not need to read each contract one by one and gain data insights. Alongside building the company, Vishal has been recently named an Ernest and Young Entrepreneur of the Year finalist in recognition of his dedication to innovation and g…
 
Lorraine Chimbga is an LLB graduate from UCL and an incoming trainee on Clifford Chance’s IGNITE Training Contract. Before starting her TC, Lorraine worked as a Compliance Analyst at financial compliance startup, FundApps. Lorraine holds a number of positions including being a Contract Intelligence Executive at ThoughtRiver and on the Advisory Boar…
 
In the first episode of 2021 we talk to a fellow podcaster and legal blogger Greg Lambert. He is co-host of the Geek in Review Podcast and also writes for Three Geeks and a Law Blog. Both the Three Geeks podcast and blog focus on legal innovation and change in the legal industry. Greg’s day job is Chief Knowledge Services Officer for the Dallas bas…
 
The modern legal ecosystem and all its allied professionals is the topic of discussion with Lucy Bassli, founder of InnoLaw Group (formerly InnoLegal Services) and Chief Legal Strategist at Law Geex. Lucy started her career in Big Law (at Davis Wright Tremaine) and ultimately landed a job in Microsoft’s legal department where she served as Assistan…
 
Dan Grant Smith is Head of Engagement at Legatics, a transaction management program. Prior to joining the Legatics team, Dan was working as an associate at Hogan Lovells for 5 years in the Private Equity/M&A team. Today he works with law firms and their clients to improve transaction management, overcome adoption barriers, and engage with the wider…
 
Alongside watching The Grinch, Elf or your favourite holiday movie, you might be also celebrating Application Season. Whether it is training contracts, vacation schemes or internships, this episode brings together fourteen of The Wired Wig's 2020 guests to give guidance. The advice is split into: 1. Finding a Law and technology role (2:55) 2. Answe…
 
Anton Vashkevich is the Founder and CEO of Contract.One, a contract and process management platform which is humanising contracts through simplicity in design and ease in collaboration. Anton brings his experience in Corporate M&A and legal technology consultancy, to increase efficiency in legal teams and deliver enjoyment in working with enterpris…
 
Bianca Caravtov is a Warwick Law graduate, with a story inspiring for those currently unsure if the Law is for them. Despite being the President of the Commercial Law Society at university and a Campus Brand Ambassador for a city firm, Bianca is now enjoying her non-legal role in managing clients at Microsoft. In this second part of two, we discuss…
 
Workflow automation for lawyers and legal teams is the topic of Episode 41. Our guest is Scott Kelly, one of the founders of Community.Lawyer, which is “no-code” workflow automation software with an app builder designed with attorneys in mind. Community.Lawyer is a way for law firms, corporate legal departments and legal aid organizations to automa…
 
Bianca Caravtov is a Warwick Law graduate, with a story inspiring for those currently unsure if the Law is for them. Despite being the President of the Commercial Law Society at uni and a Campus Brand Ambassador for a city firm, Bianca is now enjoying her non-legal role in managing clients. In this first part of two, we discuss her journey to decid…
 
Eliot Benzecrit & Giles Thompson are both ex-city firm lawyers who now reside at legal technology tool Avvoka. Avvoka automatises and assists teams in legal processes and contract automation, with a flavour of legal technology education and awareness. You might have even enrolled at one of their automation classes at Avvoka Academy! In this episode…
 
Episode 40 is a great conversation with Matthew Holland, CEO of Field Effect Software, a cyber security company providing tools and managed detect and response (MDR) services to protect against cyber attacks. Field Effect is Matthew’s second company. In 2007 he founded Linchpin Labs, a company that offered ethical privatized intelligence to governm…
 
In an ideal world using a new technology would be as simple as training and trusting your team will adapt. But it usually isn’t that straightforward. In this episode I spoke with Heidi Smith, Creator of Jurilogical.com and User Adoption Expert. In one of her roles, Heidi is driving change through the technology and innovation team in a magic circle…
 
Think coding is just for those who studied Maths or a Science at undergrad level? Think again. Amy Conroy is a legal technologist with a passion for helping make the Law more accessible through technology. Intrigued by buzzwords such as machine learning and artificial intelligence during her LLB, Amy completed an MSc in Computer Science to understa…
 
Virtual court hearings are the subject of Episode 38. We talked to Magistrate Judge Tony Leung via Zoom about using Zoom videoconferences for court. Judge Leung sits on the bench for the United States District Court for the District of Minnesota and has a pretty impressive background. He emigrated from Hong Kong to the United States at the age of 6…
 
Law is typically a human driven profession, but can court decisions be predicted? While studying Law at the University of Cambridge, Jozef helped found CourtQuant, an AI platform which predicted legal case outcomes and found the optimal lawyer to argue the case. Since graduating, Jozef is now the current Head Of Business Development at Sudolabs.io,…
 
Intrigued by blockchain and cryptocurrencies but confused how they work or are regulated? Erika Federis is part of legal counsel at digital payments platform Wirex. While training as a lawyer she was introduced to the area of blockchain and cryptocurrencies during her training contract. Since discovering her passion for the space, Erika has written…
 
Ethics attorney Jim Doppke returns to Technically Legal to talk legal ethics and technology. Jim is a former prosecutor for the Illinois Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission and is now in private practice with Robinson, Stewart, Montgomery and Doppke. Jim counsels attorneys and businesses on legal ethics issues and represents attorneys…
 
After graduating from Warwick Law School, where she also studied abroad at Monash University, Elizabete Ludborza now works in Legal at eBay Luxembourg. In this episode, we discuss Elizabete’s responsibilities at eBay, life at the company’s office in Luxembourg and how her past experience of running a blog has helped her in applications and in devel…
 
Erika Ly operates at the nexus of law, technology and society. Her work focuses on the design and regulation of artificial intelligence and she is passionate about interdisciplinary innovation. Her current positions include being Secretary of the Australian Society for Computers and the Law and a Director at The Legal Forecast. Prior to this, Erika…
 
If you are reading this then you must have had internet access in the past few minutes. But what if this connection was a fleeting glance? This episode is with Natalia Krapiva, Human Rights lawyer and Technology Legal Counsel from Access Now. Access Now has the mission of improving society's digital rights through awareness, advocacy and campaignin…
 
Attorney Michael Volkov, head of the Volkov Law Group, is our guest for Episode 38. He discusses the use of technology, software and data analysis in corporate compliance and ethics programs. Michael and his firm focus on regulatory compliance issues, internal investigations and white collar crime. Michael explains that it is very difficult to impl…
 
Hannele Korhonen is a Finnish legal designer who runs her own legal consultancy, Villa Verto. With over 20 years of Contract Law experience, Hannele has the aim of changing the world for the better, improving how lawyers work with contracts and how society interacts with the Law. This is through using Legal Design, a skill she teaches lawyers at he…
 
Mahdi Assan is the Founder of the blog The Cyber Solicitor, which explores the intersection between Law, technology and society. We discuss surveillance in the UK, including the methods of surveillance, how it is regulated, how transfers between the EU and UK will be regulated post Brexit and finally whether TikTok is also carrying out surveillance…
 
Bryan Cave data privacy attorney Christian Auty returns for Episode 36 to talk about the real world implications of the Schrems II opinion from the European Court of Justice. What is Schrems II? It is shorthand for Case C-311/18 Data Protection Commissioner v. Facebook Ireland Limited and Maximillian Schrems. In it, the Court of Justice reaffirmed …
 
Discovering document automation at Pinsent Masons, Catherine Bamford is a Legal Engineer who has founded BamLegal. Her consultancy focuses on providing value to Law firms through streamlining legal processes with technology, such as through automation. We discuss why Catherine started BamLegal, how Law firms can be inspired by Product teams and the…
 
You don't have to "boil the ocean" to implement innovation and change in a law firm or legal department. That's what we learn in Episode 35 from Anna McGrane, PacerPro COO, and Joshua Fireman, President of Fireman & Company. PacerPro is an app that streamlines and automates the distribution and capture of data from federal court filings. Fireman & …
 
Practicing at firm Bird & Bird, Tobias Bräutigam is Senior Counsel and Head of the Privacy and Data Protection group in Helsinki. In the past Tobias has also worked as Senior Legal Counsel at Microsoft and Nokia. In this episode Tobias and I analyse the decision Schrems II and discuss the business and societal impacts. Tobias also explains what dre…
 
After working as in house counsel in the space industry and at various companies including Disney, Electra Japonas took a step to help companies truly utilise their legal teams appropriately. Electra is now the founder of The Law Boutique, a legal consultancy which helps companies with ensuring their documents are suitable for their brand and custo…
 
Eccentric and confident, Blessing is the creator of Blessing at the Bar, a legal community and education platform that helps drive students through Bar school and complete the BPTC. In this episode we look at how technology might change the industry in the future. We focus on why a personal brand is important, how lawyers, law students and chambers…
 
Do you want to spend less time dealing with email? Are you interested in automating repetitive work tasks? Cyndi Wheeler and Mark Pike, both in-house lawyers at collaboration software company Slack, offer tips on how to do that in Episode 34. Cyndi and Mark discuss how they moved almost all of their communications with outside counsel away from ema…
 
Since becoming qualified, Marián Porvažnik has taken an entrepreneurial route within Law. Now, the founder of Sparring, Co-founder of Trama and Chief Legal Officer at Vacuumlabs, Marián has a focus on disrupting the legal industry including changing how LegalTech businesses are funded in the future. In this episode we discuss: his route to the indu…
 
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