When it comes to sharing of knowledge and tools, there is a common perception that legal professionals are not very good at sharing of its… Read More »Can we (or should we) open source the legal profession?
Tomo Hachigo shares his story of building Sprintlaw from scratch, and shares some of the methods and techniques they used in growing their legal practice.
We had the pleasure to speak with Tom Nevin of Loquitur (https://loquitur.com.au/) a few weeks ago about the dark arts of what trial lawyers have… Read More »Witness familiarization and how to combat the dark arts of cross examination
After our conversation in January, our friends at Avvoka released “The Ultimate Guide to Document Automation” this week. We wanted to share this guide for… Read More »A guide to document automation – how to kickstart efficiency
Question – how do we optimize the likely performance of legal teams, and therefore how do we improve the likelihood of success of legal work?
No-code and low-code platforms have been a focal point of attention in quite some years in the legal profession. To find out more about no-code… Read More »Pairing hard technology with soft service to deliver better outcomes