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LMA Podcast: Episode 28 — Automation and Early Adoption

Posted by LMA International on Apr 19, 2018 1:40:56 PM

An all-new P3cast is here! Tune in as 2018 P3 — The Practice Innovation Conference Co-chair Kristina Lamright, ESQ. (director of pricing and legal project management, Perkins Coie) chats with pre-conference presenters Mike Wong (vice president of business development, Neota Logic) and Ryan McClead (vice president of engagement and strategy, Neota Logic) about technology and tools for firms. The discussion specifically focuses on automation, which is the topic of the May 14 pre-conference session.

Don't forget to register for P3 before prices increase this Friday, April 20. As an added bonus, all pre-conference sessions are 10 percent off when you register in the same time-frame using code "Precon10."

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Topics: Technology Management, Podcast

Sponsored Content: Client Satisfaction and Firm Growth: An Introduction to NPS® for Legal Marketers

Posted by Kat Kocurek on Apr 18, 2018 9:19:51 AM

Resources your firm can use to showcase client satisfaction

“Keep your clients happy” is a well-understood principle for managing (and growing) a successful law practice… right? 

Findings from Inavero’s 2018 Legal Industry Benchmark Study suggest law firms are missing the mark.

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Topics: Technology Management, Sponsored Content

The Future Is Now for Artificial Intelligence in Legal Practice and Marketing

Posted by LMA International on Apr 10, 2018 5:05:41 PM

Hear from a legal operations and technology panel on how to utilize AI.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is shaping both the practice and the business of law. Examining what this means for law firms and legal marketers, the 2018 LMA Annual Conference assembled a legal operations and technology panel featuring Kimberly Bell, head of legal operations for Nissan North America, Mark Greene, president of Market Intelligence LLC, and Patrick Fuller, vice president of legal intelligence for ALM. 

While AI tools aren’t replacing lawyers, they are replacing certain types of legal work. Firms that haven’t begun to incorporate emerging technologies are at risk of falling behind. Check out the conference panel’s technology predictions below.

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Topics: Technology Management

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