The Future of Law Podcasts
The Future of Law is a live panel webcast series. During each webcast, Lex Machina and our guest speakers will dive into a topic related to how technology is influencing litigation.
The 2018 Data-Driven Lawyer Award Winners – 12
Law360 and Lex Machina teamed up to launch their first-ever joint award series, recognizing lawyers who use legal data and analytics to successfully meet the challenges of their practice. During the podcast, Josh Becker, Chairman of Lex Machina, and Jackie Bell, Journalist at Law360, moderate a session, where the award winners: Kyle Poe, Partner at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, Evan Moses, Shareholder at Ogletree Deakins, Eric Falkenberry, Partner at DLA Piper, and Kate Gaudry, Senior Associate at Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, share their secrets of analytic success.
Embracing Digital Transformation in the Legal Profession – 09
As our society has entered into a new phase known as the “Fourth Industrial Revolution,” lawyers need to be open to using and deploying leading technology and resources such as cloud computing, data and artificial intelligence so they can better serve their clients. During the podcast, Dennis Garcia, a nationally recognized legal technology thought leader and AGC for Microsoft, discusses the best practices to help you digitally transform so that you can deliver high impact legal services to your clients.
The Case for Analytics – 08
During this podcast, you’ll hear the session recording from LegalWeek New York in February 2018, The Case for Analytics. The session, with panel speakers: Patrick Fuller Senior Director at ALM Intelligence, Scott Reents Lead Attorney, Data Analytics & E-Discovery, Litigation at Cravath, and Josh Becker, CEO at Lex Machina, discusses how Legal Analytics and AI are impacting the practice of law, what these changes mean for you, and how law is expected to evolve in the future. In addition, you’ll hear findings from ALM and LexisNexis’ survey “The Impact of Legal Analytics.”
Demystifying AI: What’s Hype, What’s Real, and What Lies in the Future – 07
Successful law firms invest more than others in legal technology that helps them win. Artificial Intelligence is currently one of the most popular buzzwords in the legal tech space. But, what can AI really do for lawyers? What are the different uses of AI, and how do they impact your legal practice.
During this 45 minute podcast our panelists: Josh Becker, CEO at Lex Machina, Daniel Katz, Associate Professor of Law at Illinois Tech – Chicago Kent College of Law, and Jeff Reihl, EVP and CTO LexisNexis, discuss what AI can and cannot do for law today, and what you can expect in the future.
Getting What You Want for Your Legal Tech Budget – 06
We all know how budgets are tight and budget season is a stressful time of the year. While you need to secure funding for for your existing products, you are expected to innovate and keep your firm ahead of your competition from a Knowledge Management perspective. New tools that help you to differentiate your firm include Legal Analytics, Machine Learning and other new legal technologies. But how can you convince your partners to provide the funding?
During this 30-minute podcast our speakers, Josh Becker, CEO at Lex Machina, Jean O’Grady Publisher at Dewey B Strategic Blog, Greg Lambert at Publisher3 Geeks and a Law Blog, will reveal their budgeting approaches and techniques. Get answers to questions such as:
- How do you negotiate a successful 2018 budget?
- How can you measure the value of technology?
- How do you convince your partners to give you the funding?
Maximizing Value from your Legal Analytics Investment – 05
Until recently, to gain insights into the behavior of specific attorneys, firms, judges, or parties, litigators had to rely on colleagues who may have personally dealt with them in the past. Today, winning attorneys use legal analytics to reveal trends and patterns in past litigation that inform legal strategy and anticipate outcomes in current cases.
During this 30-minute panel discussion you will hear from Josh Becker, CEO at Lex Machina, Ronald Cahill, IP Chair at Nutter McClennen, John Cook, Partner at Barclay Damon, and Sona Hamilton, Customer Success Manager at Lex Machina, about how successful lawyers are leveraging Legal Analytics to win more cases and close more business.
Competitive Intelligence with Legal Analytics – 04
Solid competitive intelligence is a key ingredient of success, whether you are pitching a new client, or an existing client on a new matter, setting case strategy, or walking into a settlement meeting.
During this 30 minute podcast, our speakers discuss how Legal Analytics enables you to analyze the history and behavior of your clients, prospects, and competitive counsel, at the firm and at the individual attorney level.
Judge Analytics: Predicting The Behavior of the Courtroom’s Boss – 03
During this 35-minute podcast Mark Lemley, Professor at Stanford Law School, Josh Curry, Partner at Dentons, and our CEO Josh Becker discuss how Legal Analytics helps you predict your judge’s behavior, based on data from all dockets from prior cases: time to termination/trial/other case milestones, transfer rates, case resolutions, damages, remedies, findings, and more.
Winning New Business with Legal Analytics – 02
During this 30-minute podcast Naveen Modi, Global Vice Chair of IP at Paul Hastings, Richard Baer, Chief Legal Officer at Liberty Media, and Josh Becker, CEO at Lex Machina discuss what corporate counsel are looking for and how to differentiate yourself from other firms with easy to access, detailed litigation and outcomes data. See how actionable insights can make it easy for you to create a winning pitch deck in minutes.
Technology Innovations that are influencing the Business and Practice of Litigation – 01
During this 45-minute podcast you will hear from experts, Roland Vogl, the co-founder of Stanford Law’s CodeX program, Monica Bay, former editor-in-chief of ALM’s Law Technology News, and Josh Becker, the CEO of Lex Machina and creator of Legal Analytics, discuss the impact of technology on the business and practice of litigation.