Resources: www.feynbrook.com/blockchain-resources Event: Legal technology & blockchain briefing August 31st, Sydney, 9am click here [pictured: Tony Brooks]
In this episode we discuss the e-conveyancing email hack, the goodwill value of law firms, how vendors and law firms find each other and the Global Legal Blockchain Consortium. Links: www.leaflogic.biz www.peterfrankl.com.au Email hacking security options Global Legal Blockchain Consortium
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Ron Friedmann, founder and principal of Prism Legal Consulting and consultant at Fireman & Company. They talk the nitty gritty details of NewLaw: building knowledge management systems, handling budgets, and managing change. Peter and Natalie dig into Ron’s Do Less Law philosophy, and he tells us about why lawyers have to change the way they work. Original post: https://www.countertax.ca/bnlpodcast/s03e03-ron-friedmann
Any size law firm can quickly and efficiently become an online services provider. Online appointments booking, securely share and collaborate on documents, take payments for invoices and much more with Service Portals from Zaliet. Peter Frankl and Rachel Williams talk about the launch of Zaliet Service Portals. Find out more at www.zaliet.com
Hosted by Norton Rose Fulbright Global Head of Technology & Innovation Nick Abrahams and Douglas Nicol, a partner at The Works, the Smart Dust Podcast – named after micro electromechanical computers that that can be breathed in to monitor the human brain – has been created to give brain-expanding ideas and perspectives that can be applied to listeners’ daily and professional lives. This first episode covers autonomous vehicles; how cryptocurrencies are changing business; China’s use of facial recognition to stop jaywalkers in their tracks, and more.
In this episode, Richard Susskind talks to George Miller about the gaining momentum of technology and AI in the law profession. They discuss just how vital it is that lawyers learn to reinvent themselves and work alongside technology and machines rather than compete against them in the next decade, as well as the evolving nature of the relationship between client and practitioner. Susskind also addresses the opportunity young lawyers have to bring about and be a major part of social change in the legal profession, in both their attitude to changing job roles and by placing themselves within firms that […]