2019 October

During this snackable podcast, the speaker will discuss how to keep a project alive and fresh in the users mind long after the initial launch.

@April Heimerl, Senior Business Solutions Architect, Fish Richardson P.C.

@Jennifer Beaudette, Senior Manager, Legal Technology Solutions

Recorded on 10-28-2019

Are you leveraging all aspect of your O365 subscription?  Listen in as we discuss the different security options within O365 that you can use today. 

Josh Lazar, Court Technology Officer, 18th Judicial Circuit, Florida

William Guyton
, Director of Information and Technology, Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma


Recorded on 10-28-2019

 Join us for a podcast recap of the Law Firm 101 series held at ILTACON.  Our speakers will talk about technology in a law firm and what skill set is most effective; challenges and trends in law firm technology; the differences in law firm business models; roles and responsibilities within a law firm; the challenges and pressures lawyers face and the use of in-house versus outside counsel. 

If you haven't heard the ILTACON 2019 Law Firm Series yet, you may find the recordings here:
"Lawyers" - Who They Are and What They 'Practice'" (Law Firm 101 Series, Session 1)
Law Firm Business: "Chutes & Ladders" or "FORTNITE"? (Law Firm 101 Series, Session 2)
Back to the Future Technologies in Law Firms – the “Jeopardy” Edition (Law Firm 101 Series, Part 3)

@TJ Johnson - Strategy Director - Olenick
@Gwyneth McAlpine - Director of Knowledge Management Services - Perkins Coie
@Jay Hull - Strategy & Operations - Integra Ledger
@Dave Hambourger - Chief Information Officer - Chapman and Cutler LLP
@James McKenna - Chief Information Officer - Fenwick & West LLP
@Jeff Sabado - Director of Technology Solutions - Davis Wright Tremaine LLP

Please enjoy this exciting two-part podcast led by a couple leading experts in legal innovation that will discuss how to build a innovation  group in your organization and why it is important.


@April Heimerl, Senior Business Solutions Architect, Fish Richardson P.C.

@Michael Nogroski
Director of Practice Innovations, Chapman and Cutler LLP

Recorded on 10-4-2019

This snackable podcast recording focuses on the tools needed to be an effective manager. The discussion will mainly be about effective communication, best approaches to discipline and equal policy implementation. Enjoy!

@Lekecia Barclay,
 Technology Advisor, The Office of Chief Counsel for the Internal Revenue Service

Diandra Ritchie, Director – EEO, Labor & Employee Relations, City Colleges of Chicago

Recorded on 10-4-2019


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