Law Technology Today brings together some of the best minds in law practice, legal technology, and the future of the profession.  Interested in writing for us?  Let us know!


  • Aamir Akhter

    Aamir Akhter is a digital marketing strategist at and a guest blogger on so many websites. He has worked with several other famous brands and created value for them.
  • Aaron Pierce

    Aaron Pierce represents clients in connection with a wide range of corporate, financing and entrepreneurial transactions. Mr. Pierce advises clients on issues in connection with company formation, general contract matters, corporate governance, employment matters, applications for tax-exempt status, private offerings, and compliance with securities regulations. Mr. Pierce also represents dozens of clients in the hospitality industry, including bars, clubs, restaurants and hotels, and is highly experienced in State Liquor Authority application and compliance issues and actions.
  • Aaron Street

    Aaron Street is the co-founder and CEO of an online community providing law practice advice to solo and small firm lawyers, where he co-hosts the weekly Lawyerist Podcast. Aaron serves on the ABA’s Legal Technology Resource Center board as well as the board of the Hennepin County Bar Association in Minneapolis and on the State Assembly of the Minnesota State Bar Association.
  • Aaron Vick

    Aaron Vick is currently Chief Strategy Officer for Cicayda, a leading legal technology firm that combines powerful cloud-based eDiscovery and Legal Hold software with analytics and legal expertise. Early in his career, Aaron was part of the Rocket Science team that designed the first document research product, CaseLogistix, for the legal discovery market. After CaseLogistix’s acquisition by Thomson Reuters, Aaron played an integral part in developing its Litigation Product Specialists team. After that, he has provided workflow consulting and expert witness services within the legal electronic discovery market around the globe. Aaron has also served as the administrator and project manager for various U.S. federal court document collections. He can be reached at
  • Dr. Abbas Poorhashemi

    Dr. Poorhashemi is the President of the Canadian Institute for International Law Expertise (CIFILE). He was also an Assistant Professor and faculty member at the University of Science and Research (IAU) since 2006. He taught international law, international criminal law, international environmental law, international treaties, and settlement of international disputes to J.D. and/or international LL.M. students. He has been a supervisor, Director and co-director of more than 150 dissertations and thesis of international law. Furthermore, he has practiced law as an international lawyer and legal adviser in many countries. As a lawyer (barrister and solicitor) and legal adviser, he represented his clients on family, civil, criminal and international cases. He is also providing legal expert opinion on foreign and International law in many countries.
  • Abhijat Saraswat

    Abhijat Saraswat is the VP of International Sales at Litera. In his role, he has helped some of the most prestigious and largest international firms gain access to legal solutions that help their lawyers create higher quality work, faster. He is also the host of the popular Fringe Legal podcast.
  • Adam Bottner

    Adam Bottner is an attorney and director of business development at DTI, where he provides guidance and support for a wide range of eDiscovery projects, including SEC and DOJ investigations, and complex civil litigation involving the pharmaceutical, health care, insurance, and financial services industries. Adam is an Adjunct Professor of Law at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law. He serves as the Chair of the Cyber Law & Data Privacy Committee at the Chicago Bar Association. Adam received his B.A. from the University of Illinois and his J.D. from Chicago-Kent.
  • Adam Carlson

    Adam Carlson, M.S., CISM is a security solutions consultant at IntApp where he helps law firms implement next-generation data protection and security monitoring tools. He has over 10 years of experience in IT and security management. Prior to his consulting role, Adam co-founded Carlson & Wolf LLC, a legal security consulting firm, and has also worked as an external security auditor and as a Chief Security Officer at a large public organization. He views protecting client data as a mission-critical objective for lawyers and one that requires close coordination between IT and law firm management. Adam can be reached on Twitter at @ajcsec or through his LinkedIn profile.
  • Adam McDonell

    Adam McDonell is the founder and president of Salladore, a software platform that streamlines assignment workflow and facilitates communication for attorneys at law firms and corporate legal departments. He can be reached at
  • Adam Nguyen

    Adam Nguyen is a co-founder of eBrevia, a software company that automates the contract review process by using machine learning technology. eBrevia’s products are used by law firms and corporate legal departments for due diligence, contract management, lease abstraction, and document drafting. Adam is also the founder of Ivy Link, an education advisory firm, and was the Chief-of-Staff and Legal Officer of Vantage Properties, a real estate investment and management firm. In addition to operational management, finance and in-house legal experience, Adam has practiced law at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP and Shearman & Sterling LLP, where he focused on private equity, hedge fund formation and mergers and acquisitions — and at AQR Capital Management, where he helped to expand the firm’s hedge fund products. Adam holds a BA from Columbia and a JD from Harvard Law School.
  • Adam Beschloss and Philip Algieri

    Adam Beschloss, Director, Client Solutions, QuisLex, has over 15 years of experience designing and implementing eDiscovery workflows for litigation matters and investigations. Beschloss received his B.A. from Columbia University and is located in QuisLex's New York City headquarters. Philip Algieri, Associate Vice President, Legal Services, QuisLex, oversees the supervision of its litigation services, manages client relationships, designs and implements litigation training programs, and helps refine processes for the effective completion of complex matters. He received his J.D. from Columbia University School of Law, and B.A. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
  • Adam Willfond

    Adam Willfond is a devoted and an enthusiastic personal injury lawyer at Jacobs Law LLC, based in Indiana. His practice revolves around all sorts of personal injury cases including car accident, truck accident, and many more, to help injury victims. He is also capable of handling all aspects of criminal cases to ensure that those who have been charged with serious criminal offenses maintain their lawful rights.
  • Adriana Linares

    Adriana Linares is a legal technology consultant with her company, LawTech Partners. Using her practical and personal approach she helps legal professionals use technology to maximize skills and investments through training and consulting. She served as Chair of ABA TECHSHOW 2017; works as a technology consultant to the Florida Bar Board of Governors and serves as the Technology and Practice Management Advisor of the San Diego County Bar Association. Listen and watch as she disarms successful lawyers with her wit and humor and gets them to divulge their pearls of wisdom on monthly episodes of the New Solo podcast, and weekly on Litera.TV during her segment, LawTech Connect. To learn about hiring Adriana to help you with your law practice, visit
  • Ainsley Lawrence

    Ainsley Lawrence is a freelance writer that lives in the Northwest region of the United States. She has a particular interest in covering topics related to politics, social justice, and workplace issues. When not writing, her free time is spent reading and researching to learn more about her cultural and environmental surroundings.
  • Ajay Patel

    Ajay co-founded HighQ in 2001. He oversees HighQ’s global operations, strategy and client delivery. Ajay brings a solid experience in corporate strategy and business management having previously held senior positions at Merrill Lynch and Morgan Stanley. Ajay is also a qualified Chartered Accountant, having gained his professional qualification in the London office of Price Waterhouse Coopers. Ajay holds a first class honours in Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of Manchester and a Masters degree in Management Information Systems from the London School of Economics.
  • Ajith Samuel

    Ajith Samuel co-founded Exterro, Inc. with a simple vision that applying the proven concepts of process optimization and data science to how companies respond to litigation would drive more successful outcomes at a lower cost. Today, with software solutions that span the full e-discovery lifecycle and information governance initiatives, Exterro helps some of the world's largest organizations work smarter and more efficiently. Ajith leads the company’s trailblazing product strategy and management team in creating innovative solutions to help large corporations navigate information smarter. Prior to co-founding Exterro, Ajith has 15 years of experience in designing and architecting large-scale information systems for the retail and futures industries. He holds a master’s degree in computer applications from St. Joseph’s in Trichy, India. He can be reached at
  • Alan Kassan

    Alan E. Kassan is a Senior Partner in the Firm of Kantor & Kantor, LLP, and has over 30 years of experience in representing plaintiffs whose insurance benefits have been denied. Alan’s law practice focuses on helping people recover their health-related insurance benefits, including benefits for life insurance, long term disability insurance, long term care insurance and health insurance when claims have been claims wrongfully denied. In most instances, these benefits are employer provided and governed by the Federal laws of ERISA, however, Alan has vast experience in both ERISA and state bad faith insurance law. Alan has also long been the firm Partner charged with the task of leveraging software and hardware technologies at Kantor & Kantor to maximize efficiency and profitability.
  • Alex Granados

    Alex Granados has more than a decade of communications experience in radio, newspapers and public relations. He is currently a public relations professional in Durham, North Carolina. He is also a columnist for the award-winning, regional newspaper The News & Observer. Previously, he was a producer for the regionally acclaimed public radio show “The State of Things” on North Carolina Public Radio WUNC and editorial page editor for the News & Messenger Newspaper in Northern Virginia. He is the author of a novel, "Cemetery Plot," published through Crushing Hearts and Black Butterfly Publishing.
  • Alex Sanders

    Alex Sanders is a passionate and experienced writer with a focus on business finance, politics, public policy and law. He is extremely passionate about social justice issues. Alex received his bachelor of science in business management from the University of Michigan.
  • Alex Thornhill

    Alex Thornhill is an experienced editor over at EfficientIP, where she covers various business topics that help keep your company safe, healthy and thriving.
  • Alexander Paykin

    Alexander Paykin is the Managing Director of a successful boutique law firm, The Law Office of Alexander Paykin, P.C., which focuses on commercial and real estate matters. He also serves as General Counsel to LexConnect, an IT start-up in the legal software field, where he provides legal and advisory support for IT initiatives focused on attorney-client related software and portal-based communications. Additionally, he is a consultant to other solos and small firms on law office appropriate technology and practice management.
  • Ali Moinuddin

    Before joining Workshare, Ali served as CMO at SkyDox where he oversaw the company's expansion into North America. He brings with him more than 15 years of experience in supporting high growth companies. In his previous positions he has focused on increasing shareholder value by building multinational sales and marketing programs that drive revenue. Prior to joining SkyDox, Ali was the Director of Marketing at Interxion (NYSE:INXN), Director of Marketing EMEA for SPL WorldGroup (now a part of Oracle (NYSE:ORCL), and Marketing Manager EMEA and Asia-Pacific at Kana (NASDAQ: KANA).
  • Alicia Rother

    Alicia Rother is a freelance content strategist who works with small businesses and startups to boost their brand reach through creative content design and write-ups. Her area of expertise include digital marketing, infographics, branding, and graphic design.
  • Alison Monahan and Lee Burgess

    Alison Monahan and Lee Burgess are the co-creators of the Law School Toolbox, the Bar Exam Toolbox, and the legal career site Trebuchet Legal. In her spare time, Alison also runs The Girl’s Guide to Law School. Throughout, they aim to demystify the law school, bar exam, and early legal career experiences with actionable strategies and advice for success.
  • Allan Mackenzie

    Allan Mackenzie is a 30-year veteran of the legal technology world. His experience ranges from that of a former night-shift word processor to a Wall Street IT Director with a specialty in litigation technology. Allan has been able to successfully gauge and bridge gaps between legal and technology factions and create holistic solutions that move firms forward whether 6 or 600 strong. As a Microsoft Support Analyst and Worldwide Training Lead, he is steeped in the technological ins and outs of PC and server architecture, Active Directory, and Application Customization. As a certified ProLaw® and TimeMatters® consultant, he “speaks database.” As IT Director and Consultant he has overseen and implemented conversions of email, document management, telephony, and accounting platforms (right down to the chart of accounts). As an IT Director, he has led the charge in multiple-year litigation with discovery volumes measured in terabytes. As end-user trainer, he has demystified Word Styles and the mouse’s right-click. Allan is a Clio Certified Product Pro. Allan is a Partner at LawTech Partners and founder of Mackenzie Consulting.
  • Gary Allen and Lynda Artesani

    As a partner in one of Idaho’s largest law firms, Gary Allen had a keen understanding of law firm workflows and a sense of the transformative potential of technology. Gary started LeanLaw, a subscription-based, legal productivity software to remove the excessive overhead burden of traditional law practice. Lynda Artesani has over 20 years of bookkeeping experience and has been using QuickBooks since 1999. She is an Advanced Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor for Desktop and Online with Diamond Level status at Intuit.
  • Haman Allen and David Herman

    Haman Allen is a senior consulting project manager with UHY Advisors FLVS, Inc. in the Discovery Services Practice Group. Haman has more than nine years of experience, serving the Federal Bureau of Investigation, law firms, and corporate clients in the eDiscovery and Litigation Support industry. As an experienced consultant, his technical background includes broad knowledge and success in the fields of electronic discovery, information technology, document analytics, review management, government investigations, and legal support. David Herman is a senior manager at UHY Advisors FLVS, Inc. in the eDiscovery & Digital Forensics Practice Group. He has extensive forensic collection and project management experience, has managed hundreds of complex matters and specializes in complex investigations. Additionally, he has more than 15 years of experience in international project management with expertise in creating process improvements, developing strategic plans to achieve objectives and providing and implementing technical solutions to improve net profit.
  • Allen Rodriguez

    Allen is Co-Founder of ONE400, A Law Innovation Agency based in Pasadena, CA. that helps law firms and legal tech startups acquire clients, create integrated inbound marketing channels, build software and create recognized brands through innovative web design and marketing strategies. Prior to co-founding ONE400, Allen was the Director of Attorney Services at LegalZoom but began his immersion in the legal industry while running operations at the Los Angeles County Bar Association's Lawyer Referral Service over 16 years ago. Allen is a frequent mentor at legal hackathons, manages a team of amazing growth hackers and is a national speaker on the subjects of law technology, law marketing and law innovation.
  • Alli Cannon

    Alli Cannon is a Texas state licensed attorney and certified mediator working exclusively with DWI cases in Houston. She is the owner of Cannon Law, a solo practice dedicated to tackling DWI cases and approaching litigation with a science and education driven process.
  • Allison Shields-Dennis Kennedy

    Allison C. Shields is President of Legal Ease Consulting, Inc. She provides practice management and business development coaching and consulting services to lawyers and law firms in the areas of practice management, productivity, client service, business development, marketing and social media. Allison is the co-author of LinkedIn in One Hour for Lawyer published by the Law Practice Management Section of the American Bar Association. Dennis Kennedy is an information technology lawyer, a legal technology author and speaker and a member of the Legal Technology Resource Center Board. He co-hosts the legal technology podcast, The Kennedy-Mighell Report, and has co-authored books for lawyers on LinkedIn, Facebook, and collaboration tools and technologies.
  • Allison C. Johs

    Allison C. Shields Johs is the president of Legal Ease Consulting, Inc., where she works with lawyers and law firms to develop strategies to improve marketing and client service, and increase productivity, efficiency, and profitability. She is the co-author of several books, including LinkedIn in One Hour for Lawyers (ABA 2013) and How to Do More in Less Time: The Complete Guide to Increasing Your Productivity and Improving Your Bottom Line (ABA 2014).
  • Alma Asay

    Alma Asay is the Founder and CEO of Allegory (, a cloud-based collaborative litigation management tool used by many of the most prestigious law firms, corporations, and government agencies in the United States. Alma and her company regularly work with law firm clients to help lawyers win new business by leveraging their use of Allegory. Before founding Allegory, Alma was a litigator at top law firm Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP. Alma is one of the first and only female BigLaw lawyers to found a legal technology startup, and was recently named a Fastcase 50 Award Winner and named by the ABA’s Legal Technology Resource Center as one of 50 “Women of Legal Tech.” She earned her J.D. from New York University School of Law.
  • Amy Adams

    Amy Adams is the Director of Business Development at Loeb Law Firm, a law firm servicing regional and national clients and offering highly skilled legal services in every aspect of the litigation process. Amy earned her bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Louisiana State University, with a one-year concentration in International Relations at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland, UK. She spent one year of postgraduate study at Harvard University’s Extension School in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She is a certified digital marketer and holds a certification in customer analytics from The Wharton School. Throughout her career, Amy has contributed to thought leadership through organizations, affiliations and among colleagues. She recently appeared as a guest on the Legal Mastermind Podcast where she discussed the importance of data analytics and the legal industry. Amy is a member of the Legal Marketing Association, American Marketing Association and founder of a local Masterminds chapter. She serves as a three-year member on the Board of Directors at Africa Bridge, a non-profit that focuses on improving the lives of Tanzanian families through protecting its vulnerable children. She also volunteers with Acadiana Animal Aid, a local nonprofit protecting and rehoming abandoned pets. In her spare time, Amy enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with her two phenomenal children and two rescue dogs.
  • Anastasios Garbis

    Anastasios Garbis is a registered patent attorney and founder of Garbis Law, LLC, where he spends time consulting entrepreneurs and artists on how to protect themselves through the use of different forms of intellectual property. Keep up with him on Twitter (@IntentToUse) where he shares recent blog posts and articles that relate to IP.
  • Andre Wouansi

    Andre Wouansi, Founder/CEO at ALB Andre is considered a veteran in the legal industry with over 17 years’ experience in the legal e-billing space. Prior to ALB, Andre was one of the owners and group CFO/COO at a US-based bill review company and that company was the preferred bill review vendor for some of the largest Insurance carriers, TPAs and Self-Insured Corporations in the US, UK and Canada ALB was created to help law firms comply 100% with their clients’ billing guidelines, hence no reductions on firms’ invoices by e-billing vendors companies.
  • Andreas Tremel

    Andreas Tremel, Co-Founder and CEO of InLoox, is responsible for strategic development and product development as well as for the company’s marketing and communication strategy. With over 15 years of experience in developing software solutions, Tremel has made InLoox’s priority to build a PM software that would add value to the standard procedures of task management.
  • Andres Hernandez

    Andres Hernandez is the co-founder of Wingman Legal Tech, which is a technology consulting firm that specializes in law firm technology. Their technology solutions are designed for simplicity and efficiency.
  • Andrew J. Garcia

    Author Andrew J. Garcia is a member of the Social Media, Legal Blogs and Websites Committee, a partner at Phillips Garcia Law, and an Adjunct Professor at Suffolk University Law School in Boston, Massachusetts. You can find him on Facebook and Twitter and he’ll gladly accept your “friend” requests!
  • Andrew C. Hall

    Andrew C. Hall is founding partner of Hall, Lamb, Hall & Leto P.A.  He focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation, professional negligence, securities litigation and arbitration, family law, personal injury and wrongful death.
  • Andrew Legrand

    Andrew Legrand is the founding partner at Spera Law Group, LLCM, a cloud and paperless law firm in New Orleans, Louisiana. He blogs on Small Business Law at and is a technology consultant for PaperlessChase. You can find him on LinkedIn or @LawByLegrand.
  • Andrew Moore

    Andrew Moore has been at the forefront of international governance and compliance technology markets for over twenty years. Andrew, who is based out of Computershare’s Jersey City offices, heads up the international teams responsible for maintaining the compliance technology solutions for over eight hundred global companies and is a recognized influencer in subsidiary governance, entity management software, board portals and other compliance technology matters in both North America and Europe. Computershare is the largest provider of subsidiary governance solutions in the market today.
  • Andrew Pery

    Andrew Pery is a marketing executive with digital intelligence company ABBYY. He has over 25 years experience in high technology focusing on content management/business process automation and advises legal professionals on how to leverage their smartphones for a virtual office. Andrew holds a Master of Law degree with Distinction from Northwestern University is a Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP/C) and a Certified Information Professional (CIP/AIIM).
  • Andrew-Rossow Andrew

    Andrew Rossow is an internet and technology attorney, an adjunct cybersecurity law professor at the University of Dayton in Ohio, and a media consultant for ABC, FOX, and NBC. He provides a unique perspective on new, emerging technologies, social media crimes, privacy implications, and digital currencies. He has written for Forbes, Bloomberg Law, AboveTheLaw, among many others.
  • Andrew B. Stockment

    Andrew B. Stockment is a business and intellectual property attorney with Lenhart Pettit, where he advises clients regarding intellectual property, technology, securities and private equity, and business law. Andrew has been a lifelong technology and innovation enthusiast (including a particular interest in data security and privacy). Before becoming an attorney, Andrew worked as a software engineer for the Cerner Corporation and owned a website development business. Andrew is actively involved in The Virginia Bar Association and currently serves on the VBA Law Practice Management Division Executive Council and the VBA Intellectual Property and Information Technology Law Section Council as the Young Lawyers Division Representative. You can find additional articles, resources, reviews, and tech tips on his website at:, and you can follow Andrew on Twitter at: @AndrewStockment, where he tweets about technology and intellectual property issues.
  • Andrew S. Tugan

    Andrew S. Tugan is an associate at Hinckley Allen, where he practices with the firm’s Litigation Department.
  • Andy Neill

    Andy Neill has more than 12 years of experience working at a range of global law firms, including Norton Rose Fulbright, Herbert Smith Freehills and Allen & Overy, and six years as a business consultant at Deloitte & Touche and Arthur Andersen. Andy leads the design of the search, legal AI, data analytics and visualization features of the HighQ platform, to ensure HighQ’s clients have access to the latest business intelligence. He holds two Masters degrees, in Engineering and Computing, and is also a certified MSP program manager.
  • Anthony Foy

    Anthony joined Workshare as CEO after holding the same position at SkyDox, where he focused on executing the company's vision for delivering secure, cloud-enabled collaboration to the enterprise. Anthony brings more than 20 years of experience to Workshare and has built profitable technology ventures in Europe, North America, Asia, Latin America, and Australia. Prior to joining SkyDox, Anthony was Group Managing Director at Interxion (NYSE: INXN) and was responsible for the development of the company in terms of strategic growth, business development, and executive hires. He was instrumental in driving the company's operational performance and building its revenue to more than $350 million, culminating in an IPO in early 2011. Before joining Interxion, he was Senior Vice President and General Manager International with Broadbase Software [now Kana Software (NASDAQ: KANA)], where he built the company's international operations, growing the company from a start-up to a public listed company with revenues of more than $100 million. Prior to this, he was Director, International Sales & Business Development with Red Brick Systems [now part of IBM (NYSE:IBM)].
  • Anthony Graham

    As Head of Information Systems, Anthony is responsible for managing the firm’s IT requirements. Anthony has experience of working in both the public and private sector for companies such as Clyde & Co, Lloyds, Willis & British Rail. ITIL and PRINCE2 qualified Anthony has managed and implemented IT systems and service delivery within law firms for the last 15 years.
  • Anthony Johnson

    Anthony C. Johnson is a managing partner attorney at Johnson & Vines, PLLC and the CEO and co-founder of the American Injury Attorney Group. He received his BA at the University of Arkansas in Computer Engineering and his Juris Doctor from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. His law practice started as a general practice but has since shifted towards mass torts, medical device litigation and other serious personal injury cases. Johnson’s interests expand beyond the practice of law, especially in the fields of business and technology. He was recently featured on the 2014 Empact Showcase of Top 100 entrepreneurs under 35 across the country. He is on The National Trial Lawyers 40 Under 40 list. He was listed by Arkansas Business as one of the “20 in their 20’s” to look out for in 2012. He was also featured in the April 2012 cover story of the American Bar Association’s Journal as one of “America’s Techiest Lawyers. Follow him @anthonycjohnson.
  • Anurag Malik

    Anurag Malik is the Chief Technology Officer at ContractPodAi. Anurag’s focus is building the next generation of an AI-driven dominant technology platform in the contract management space.
  • April Runft

    April Runft is a creative writer and webinar producer at software firm Relativity. She holds a Prosci change management certification and previously led change management strategies for largescale technology projects in the financial services industry.
  • Ari Bai and Nick Verderame

    Ari Bai is a shareholder at Polsinelli who advises clients on intellectual property matters. He is a former patent examiner at the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. He can be reached at Nick Verderame is an associate at Polsinelli who counsels startup companies on corporate matters. He can be reached at Both practice in the Phoenix office of Polsinelli
  • Aron Solomon

    Aron Solomon is the senior digital strategist for and an adjunct professor of business management at the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University.
  • Arslan Hassan

    Arslan Hassan is an electrical engineer with a passion for writing, designing, and anything tech-related. His educational background in the technical field has given him the edge to write on many topics. He occasionally writes blog articles for Dynamologic Solutions.
  • Arup Das

    Arup Das is CEO of Alphaserve Technologies. He is an expert in institutional level technology governance and operational risk management standards that are prevalent in hedge funds, private equity funds, venture capital funds and global law firms. Mr. Das holds an MBA from Cornell University and sits on its Board of Entrepreneurship; he also has a Masters degree in Computer Engineering from the State University of New York at Stony Brook and a Masters in Analytics from Villanova University where he is an advisor for their Center of Business Intelligence. Mr. Das is also a Board Member of Youth Inc.
  • Ashish Duvadie

    Ashish (“ASH”) Duvadie, B.Sc. J.D., is a trial and appellate lawyer based in Ottawa, Canada. He obtained his Bachelor of Science degree with concentration in Finance from Minnesota State University and Jurist Doctorate in law from the University of Ottawa in Canada. In September of 2009, Ashish opened his own law firm under the name of DUVADIE Law Office. Currently, the firm focuses on litigation in the areas of Criminal Defense, Digital Privacy, Search and Seizure, Canadian Immigration and Security law both at Trial and Appellate level. Ashish has conducted hearings before the Ontario Court of Justice, Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Ontario Court of Appeal, and Canadian Federal Court of Appeal. He is currently focusing more on digital privacy and security-related laws and how these affect the public.
  • Ashley Dean

    A. Fiona Dean is a graduate of Penn State Law who studied cyberlaw and national security law. She has written several academic papers on the topics of deepfakes and use of electronic evidence, and the application of existing law to new technology. Fiona also studied law at the University of Cardiff and brings her international experience to her writing.
  • Agostino S. Filippone

    Augie Filippone started Filippone Law, LLC so that he could provide the focused, experienced, and dedicated counseling his clients deserve. After gaining extensive experience through his roles with corporate partners since 2006, Augie decided to open Filippone Law, LLC. He understands the value of hard work, having worked full-time at a national insurance carrier while attending graduate school. After receiving his law degree, he practiced as a corporate attorney with one of the largest legal funding providers in the United States. Augie received a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Knox College, Juris Doctor from Loyola University Chicago School of Law, Master of Business Administration from Loyola University Chicago Quinlan School of Business, and a Master of Science in Operations Management from the University of Arkansas School of Engineering. During law school, he was News Editor for the Consumer Law Review and wrote several articles as a member of its Executive Board. Augie is licensed to practice law in Illinois and the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. Attorney Filippone is a strong supporter of community service and a proud member of several Chicagoland area programs, including Chicago Volunteer Legal Services, CARPLS, and Junior Achievement. He is also a Commissioner with the Village of Mount Prospect, serving on the Planning and Zoning Board.
  • Avaneesh Marwaha

    Avaneesh Marwaha is the President of Microsystems, the leading provider of document authoring, editing, formatting, proofreading, and metadata scrubbing software serving the legal and life sciences industries. Previously he served as the Chief Operating Officer of Nexonia and Keno Kozie, and earlier in his career he was a practicing attorney, general counsel, and entrepreneur. Avaneesh earned his JD from the Valparaiso University School of Law and a BS in biology from Bradley University. He is an active member of the legal and local community, serving on several local, national, and professional boards.
  • Lisa Banks and Betsy Miller

    Lisa Banks is a certified leadership coach, facilitator, and mindfulness teacher committed to resilient leadership.  A former practicing attorney, Ms. Banks is co-founder of Optify, a woman-led leadership development and technology company that develops the next generation of leaders through scaled and accessible coaching programs. Betsy A. Miller is the Chair of Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll’s Public Client practice, where she represents State Attorneys General as their outside counsel in consumer protection litigation.  She speaks and writes nationally on leadership, presence and change management. Ms. Miller holds certificates in leadership coaching and leveraging polarities.
  • Andrew Banquer and Chase D’Agostino

    Andrew Banquer, vice president, corporate solutions at QuisLex. Andrew is a hands-on architect and implementer of contracting improvement initiatives and on-going support services. Extensive work with general counsel, commercial practice and legal ops leaders to turn strategic objectives into actionable projects and activities. 20+ years’ in-house experience at HP and Agilent Technologies, providing responsive, pragmatic counseling to business clients and managing global teams. Chase D’Agostino, AVP of corporate solutions & strategic growth at QuisLex. Chase designed, implemented and managed legal and compliance processes and programs while in-house counsel at Colgate-Palmolive. Negotiated commercial and financial agreements for some of the biggest institutions in the world while at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett. Expertise in leading contracting technologies, including contract management systems, data abstraction tools and artificial intelligence-based technologies.
  • Barrie Hadfield

    Barrie Hadfield is CTO of Workshare. Barrie was among the original founders of Workshare, where he served as head of the company’s research and development division. During his tenure, Workshare gained more than 14,000 enterprise customers in 70 countries. He brings over 20 years of experience conceiving, producing and selling software. Prior to Workshare, Barrie founded SQL Development Ltd, growing it organically and employing 20 people who produced SQL data synchronization software for more than 200 enterprise customers In the United Kingdom and North America. He started his entrepreneurial career by founding Information Management Services Ltd in 1990 as a software developer, building matching systems for The Council of Europe, BZW, and several London law firms.
  • Barry Schwartz

    Barry Schwartz, Esq., CEDS is SVP, Advisory Services at BIA, a leading national eDiscovery and digital forensics company. He is highly proficient in discovery and document review matters and holds more than 35 years of legal and business consulting management experience. He oversees BIA’s advisory division and is primarily responsible for providing consulting and advisory services to BIA’s clients. Barry can provide experienced, sound insight in multiple areas, including information management, litigation and discovery, document retention and management, regulatory compliance and IT security.
  • Beatrice Beard

    Beatrice is a professional copywriter at Originwritings specializing in all kinds of topics. She is always open to share her personal experience and give some advice to beginner writers uncovering all the peculiarities of creating content that sells.
  • Beatrix Potter

    Beatrix Potter writes and edits for Academized. As a professional writer and freelancer, she specializes in law education.
  • Beau Wysong

    Beau Wysong is Chief Marketing Officer at RFP360. He leverages his extensive background in technology marketing and sales to drive business growth for the software company. Beau is responsible for building a market-leading brand, engaging customers and educating future customers with knowledge.
  • Ben Hannah

    Ben Hannah is the firm administrator at Beytin, McLaughlin, McLaughlin, O’Hara, Bocchino & Bolin, P.A. in Tampa, and the firm uses Philips dictation and voice technology.
  • Ben Hartwig

    Ben is a Web Operations Director at InfoTracer. He authors guides on marketing and entire cyber security posture. Enjoys sharing the best practices and does it the right way!
  • Ben Weinberger

    Ben Weinberger is the Chief Strategy Officer for Phoenix Business Solutions where he helps formulate strategy and message to market for a global software and services provider. He is a qualified lawyer and technology leader with more than 20 years of experience in the strategic development, transformation, and direction of IT and operations in a variety of public and private organizations. He previously served in senior executive roles for a top-40 UK law firm, two AmLaw 200 firms, and the Los Angeles City Attorney's Office. As a consultant, Ben completed projects at several multinational organizations including The Walt Disney Company and Chevron. As a lawyer, he advised professional regulatory boards for the State of Illinois and completed a federal judicial clerkship. He is a regular speaker on such topics as Information Governance and Emerging Technologies and Transformational Trends in Professional Services. He holds a BA in Economics from the University of Michigan and a JD from the University of Wisconsin.
  • Benjamin Whetsell

    Benjamin Whetsell (, is the co-founder of Paper Software. He is admitted to the bars of New York and Washington, D.C. Previously, he was an associate at Fried Frank in New York City, where he worked on financings, mergers, and fund structures for clients such as Bank of America and Goldman Sachs. He holds a BBA from the University of Michigan Business School and a JD from Columbia Law School.
  • Bethany Runyon

    At HighQ Bethany is immersed in legal tech knowledge and surrounded by industry experts. She researches trends, engages with thought leaders and writes to share the insights she gains. Bethany has a background in communication and is passionate about empowering others with knowledge and technology.
  • Bill Piwonka

    Bill Piwonka oversees all marketing functions for Exterro. His background is firmly rooted in B2B marketing operations. During the past 20 years, Bill has led marketing teams and initiatives spanning strategy, product marketing, product management, demand generation, marketing communications and business development. Prior to joining Exterro, he served as the vice president of marketing at Janrain. Bill has also held marketing management positions at EthicsPoint (now NavexGlobal), Centennial Software, Serena Software, Intel and Oracle. He earned an MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and holds a BA in quantitative economics from Stanford University.
  • Bill Voss

    Founder of The Voss Law Firm, P.C. - Attorney Bill Voss. He has expertise in commercial and business insurance litigation, business claim law, insurance fraud litigation, residential claims, commercial claims, church claims, apartment claims, and other first-party insurance claims.
  • Blair Janis

    Blair Janis, JD, is the Director of Software and Technology at WealthCounsel, a membership-based organization that provides estate and business planning attorneys with legal document drafting software, educational services and nationwide networking opportunities in a community of over 4,000 professionals. Mr. Janis is also an adjunct faculty member at the Brigham Young University Law School where he teaches courses in legal technology.
  • Bob Rohlf

    Bob Rohlf, Esq. has broad experience in law and business. With a background in process management, Rohlf managed business process improvement projects in a number of national and regional companies representing the transportation, energy, manufacturing, electronics, foods, and leisure sectors. Prior to joining Exterro, Rohlf was Global Services Director for Commerce One, where he built relationships with services partners to deliver enterprise-level projects to clients in the pharmaceutical, energy, and metals sectors. A member of the Oregon State Bar, Rohlf has experience with general business and patent litigation, as well as environmental regulatory agencies. Rohlf has an MBA from Oregon State University and a J.D. from Lewis & Clark Law School.
  • Bobbi Phelps

    Bobbi Phelps produces content on behalf of the public safety software providers at KOVA Corporation. An avid writer and learner, she loves to use her skills for engaging others in important topics in creative and effective ways. When she is not working, she loves exploring, hanging out with her dogs, and binge watching shows on Netflix. Tweet her @Bobbi_Phelps or connect with her on LinkedIn at
  • Boris Dzhingarov

    Boris Dzhingarov graduated UNWE with major marketing. He writes for several sites online such as,,, Boris is the founder of MonetaryLibrary and You can connect with him at Google + , Twitter, Linkedin.
  • Brad Peterson

    Brad Peterson, vice president of marketing, Workspot Brad leads marketing strategy and operations for the company’s vision of securely delivering desktops, workstations and apps on Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud.
  • Brad Shorr

    Brad Shorr is Director of Content Strategy at Straight North, an Internet marketing company that offers SEO, PPC and website design services. Shorr has more than 25 years of sales and marketing experience, and has been featured in leading online publications including American Marketing Association, Forbes and Entrepreneur.
  • Brett Burney

    Brett Burney is Principal of Burney Consultants LLC where he focuses the bulk of his time bridging the chasm between the legal and technology frontiers of electronic discovery. Brett is very active in the legal technology community and was the Chair of the 2015 ABA TECHSHOW Planning Board. You can e-mail Brett at
  • Brian Burlant

    Brian Burlant, Managing Director in Major, Lindsey & Africa’s In-House Practice Group, has a wealth of experience servicing clients and placing candidates in both in-house and law firm settings. Brian has led searches in industry sectors including technology, finance, manufacturing, energy/mining and consumer products.
  • Brian C. Pike

    I am a second year student at Michigan State University College of Law. I am focusing on a career at the intersection of the law, technology, design, and interest-based communications. I developed these interests during my participation in Michigan State University College of Law's 21st Century Law Practice Summer Program in London, England. While in London, I learned how to integrate myself into the future practice of law. The program covered an overview of the UK's guided deregulation of its legal services, as well as design thinking for lawyers and big data applications in litigation and firm management. I have used the knowledge I gained in London as a jumping-off point into this area of study. For example, I balanced my 2nd year curriculum with fundamental legal classes as well as classes in the utilization of the statistical program "R" in a legal context. However, my technical and legal skills are better served with a design thinking approach. Design thinking is an important skill to have in the legal services industry because it allows one to craft meaningful and insightful solutions based on the customer's true needs. In addition, I have had the opportunity to receive over 200 hours of interest-based communications training at Michigan State University College of Law. This training culminated in my certification as a trained domestic and civil mediator. These communication skills will compliment my design thinking by allowing me to better communicate with those I am creating solutions for. My plan is to incorporate all relevant aspects of technology, design, and interest based communication into the delivery of legal services into my future career.
  • Brian Ruthruff

    Brian Ruthruff is the operations manager for Innovative Computing Systems, a leading provider of information technology services to law firms. Brian can be reached at
  • Brian Schrader

    Brian Schrader, Esq., is President of BIA (, a leader in reliable, innovative and cost-effective eDiscovery services. With early career experience in information management, computer technology and the law, Brian co-founded BIA in 2002 and has since developed the firm’s reputation as an industry pioneer and a trusted partner for corporations and law firms around the world. He can be reached at
  • Briana Hulet

    Briana Hulet is located in QuisLex’s New York office and oversees the supervision and management of client engagements, defining and implementing protocols for complex and large-scale matters. Prior to joining QuisLex, she worked for six years as a litigation associate in a Am Law 10 law firm, where she gained extensive experience in complex commercial litigation, with an emphasis on environmental, mass tort, and financial matters. Briana frequently managed and oversaw all aspects of discovery in complex litigations involving multiple jurisdictions and across continents. She received her J.D. from New York University School of Law and a B.A. in Philosophy and Political Science from the University of North Texas.
  • Brooklin Nash

    Brooklin Nash writes about the latest tools and small business trends for TrustRadius. When he’s not writing, you can find him reading YA dystopian fiction (with guilty pleasure) and cooking.
  • Bruce Orcutt

    Bruce is the Senior Vice President of Product Marketing at ABBYY, a global provider of content intelligent solutions and services. Bruce has a deep understanding of the intersection of using AI, text analytics, robotic process automation and machine learning technologies with image capture and mobile platforms to improve client engagement, accelerate transactions and revenue, and technically differentiate customers’ solutions.
  • Bryan-Eric Lane

    Bryan-Eric Lane, founder of Lawyers and Business Advisors Inc. (LANE), is based in Montreal, Quebec. Lane founded the firm in 2006 with the vision of developing a leading boutique firm in the areas of business law, real estate and construction law, as well as litigation and dispute resolution. Lane specializes in several areas of law, including business, real estate, insurance and corporate taxation law.
  • Nina Bryant and Brendan Gilbert

    Nina Bryant is a director at FTI Consulting, based in the UK, and an expert and thought leader in Information Lifecycle Governance and Privacy. She is experienced at leading global programmes to assess compliance with legal and regulatory requirements and developing and implementing solutions to reduce risk, drive cultural change and exploit the value from data and information. Brendan Gilbert is a Director at FTI Consulting and provides assessment and advice on data privacy issues and adjacent areas, such as ensuring compliance with privacy law and regulation; the data privacy implications of planned corporate changes; information security compliance and crisis response; and privacy audits.
  • Cameron May

    Cameron May serves as the Senior Case Manager and Director at The May Firm in San Luis Obispo, California. He assists all May Firm clients navigate through the confusing and sometimes very frustrating claims process. Cameron takes great pride in seeing clients obtain the justice they are entitled to under the law.
  • Carol Schiro Greenwald

    Carol Shiro Greenwald is a well-known speaker and contributor to many periodicals. She has been a contributor and an editor of Strategies, the Legal Marketing Association’s national publication. Carol is currently a Co-Chair of the Law Practice Management Committee, Westchester County Bar Association; a member of the NYSBA law practice management committee and a member of the Publications Board, Membership Committee and Women Rainmakers Board of the ABA law practice division. She is Past-President of the Legal Marketing Association, Metropolitan New York Chapter.
  • Caroline Cantelon

    Caroline Cantelon is sales manager for Speech Processing Solutions, the manufacturer of Philips dictation solutions.
  • Carolyn Casey

    Carolyn Casey, JD, writes on technology and digital trends impacting the practice of law. A lawyer with 10 years in Big Law, and 20 years in technology marketing, she is President of WritMarketing. Her firm helps technology companies reach legal audiences. Carolyn is a founder of the Law Firm Information Governance Symposium, and a member of the California Bar.
  • Casey Flaherty

    Casey Flaherty is a lawyer, consultant, writer, and speaker. Casey is a former in-house counsel and the creator of the Legal Technology Assessment, an integrated technology and training platform. Follow Casey on LinkedIn and on Twitter, @DCaseyF.
  • Casey Kuhlman

    Casey Kuhlman is the CEO of Monax, a leader in digital legal infrastructure. A respected blockchain-native Software-as-a-Service company, Monax builds decentralized systems and growing ecosystem applications. Prior to co-founding Monax, Kuhlman was the head of legal information systems at the U.S. Open Data Institute. A lawyer and international development practitioner for nearly a decade, he has worked extensively in the Horn of Africa, including co-founding the first law firm in Somaliland. Kuhlman is also The New York Times bestselling author of Shooter: The Autobiography of the Top-Ranked Marine Sniper, an infantry officer in the Marines, and is an avid participant in open source software development. Kuhlman holds a J.D. degree from Vanderbilt University Law School and a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
  • Cassie Phillips

    Cassie is a technology and internet security enthusiast. She enjoys sharing her knowledge with others so they can learn to be more secure while surfing the internet.
  • Cassie Baudean Cunningham

    I am a solo practitioner based in Richmond, Virginia practicing in the areas of family law, estate planning and employment law. When I’m not practicing law, I sit on the Board of a local non-profit called Hanover Cares as well as the Young Women’s Leadership Alliance of YWCA of Richmond. I also serve as a mentor to newly licensed attorneys at the Richmond Legal Development Center.
  • Catherine Sanders Reach

    Catherine Sanders Reach is Director for the Center for Practice Management at the North Carolina Bar Association, providing practice technology and management assistance to lawyers and legal professionals. Formerly she was Director of Law Practice Management and Technology for the Chicago Bar Association and the Director at the American Bar Association's Legal Technology Resource Center. In 2011 she was selected to be one of the inaugural Fastcase 50, celebrating 50 innovators, techies, visionaries, and leaders in the field of law and in 2013 became a Fellow of the College of Law Practice Management. She served on the ABA TECHSHOW Board from 2007-2009, 2014-2016 and is co-vice chair in 2019.
  • Catherine McPherson

    Catherine McPherson has many years of experience in litigation support for law firms, as a paralegal and as a consultant. She has handled trials and arbitrations in courts all over the United States and internationally. She has utilized a wide variety of proprietary and web-based databases to manage discovery and trial evidence. She has conducted many end-user beta tests of software and has consulted on design and functions of vendor software. She continues to develop optimal workflows for litigation teams, including evaluations of software solutions for the firm and for specific case needs.
  • Cathy Kenton

    Cathy Kenton is the Chair of the Legal Vendor Service Group at Legal Vertical Strategies (LVS). She works with legal vendors and associations to create growth and realize market potential. She can be reached at
  • Chelsea Beran

    Chelsea Beran is a graduate student of Communication at Loyola University Chicago with a focus on digital media and storytelling. She has had her hand in every communication "cookie jar" from audio and video production to web design and investigative journalism. She is currently working as a Membership Specialist at the American Bar Association.
  • Chad Burton

    Let's start with this: I am a lawyer and the Principal of Burton Law. I primarily work with businesses as outside corporate counsel, including start-ups to large, multi-national companies. Our law firm's use of technology -- combined with an experienced team of lawyers working under an innovative business model -- allows us to provide efficient and sophisticated services to our clients. Technology does not replace substantive legal knowledge and experience, but it helps introduce creative solutions to provide clients with more access to information and cost control measures. This is where I spend a lot of my time -- developing and implementing better ways to deliver legal services. Not only do I actually use the improved delivery methods with our clients, I also learn and share these ideas with other lawyers through writing and speaking engagements. I also teach a law practice management course as an adjunct law professor. I am also the CEO/co-founder of Curo Legal, a venture helping lawyers move their practices forward with practice management needs, including operations, virtual assistance, business development, bookkeeping and CFO work, among others. We also have partnered with the leading technology and service providers in this space. Finally, bar association work is a passion because these groups play a critical role in the future of the profession by helping lawyers understand changes in the legal services landscape. I have been fortunate to serve in leadership positions and committee roles at the local, state and national levels.
  • Chad McDonnell

    Chad McDonnell is a director in FTI Consulting’s Technology segment, specializing in e-discovery, computer forensics and data recovery.
  • Chad Perlov

    Chad Perlov is a Content Manager for Lexis Practice Advisor in its IP & Technology group, and is responsible for the development of practical guidance and legal know-how in the areas of privacy and data security, technology transactions, Internet, e-commerce and IP/IT in corporate transactions. In his legal career, Chad served as general counsel for Axispoint, a New York-based software development and IT solutions company. He has also practiced at large law firms in New York and Sydney, as well as in-house at Orange Glo International, a well-known manufacturer of household cleaning products. Chad earned his JD from the University of Colorado School of Law, where he was a member of the Colorado Law Review and a research assistant. He earned his BA from the University of Kansas, and is admitted to practice in New York and Colorado.
  • Chad Reid

    Chad Reid is a technology writer and Director of Communications for JotForm, a popular online form building platform. He currently lives in Oakland with his girlfriend and cats while working toward a graduate degree in strategic communication. Follow @thebig3c.
  • Charity Anastasio

    Charity Anastasio is a Practice Management Advisor with the Law Office Management Assistance Program at the Washington State Bar Association. She graduated from Seattle University School of Law in 2007 and opened a solo practice in 2008 where she focused on Estate Planning, Probate, and Family Law. In 2013 she joined the Law Office Management Assistance Program team at the WSBA, where she is daily honored to help lawyers thrive in their newly budding, transitioning, or winding up of their law practice. She is on the Board of the Eastside Legal Assistance Program’s Domestic Violence incubator project, helping new lawyers learn the ropes of sole and small firm ownership and how to be a family law practitioner. Her memberships include the Washington State Bar Association, American Legal Administrators, and the American Bar Association’s Law Practice Division and GP Solo and Small Section. You can reach Charity at or 206-733-5949.
  • Charlie Harrel

    Charlie Harrel is the Chief Operating Officer at Opus 2. Prior to joining Opus 2 in 2013, Charlie ran a consultancy business advising companies across the UK legal market, including law firms, in-house legal teams and independent service providers on legaltech and innovation in legal service delivery. He also spent four and a half years at technology law firm Olswang LLP, where he practiced as a commercial litigator.
  • Chase D’Agostino

    Chase D’Agostino is AVP of Corporate Solutions, QuisLex. Chase works with legal departments and law firms to design, implement and oversee processes and technologies that reduce risk and cost while increasing efficiency and productivity. He graduated magna cum laude from Fordham University School of Law and received his B.A. in economics from Trinity College.
  • Michel Sahyoun and Chase D’Agostino

    Michel Sahyoun, CTO of QuisLex leads the technology, security and data protection efforts, and was instrumental in QuisLex being the first LPO to obtain internationally recognized certifications in those areas. Michel also leads the technology innovation group, utilizing cutting edge technology to provide optimized solutions for clients. He has over 20 years of experience in risk management and in designing, building and deploying mission critical applications for Fortune 500 companies. Prior to joining QuisLex, he was Vice President and Senior Architect of Risk Management at JP Morgan Chase. Michel holds Masters of Engineering degrees in Computer Science and Operations Research from Columbia University. Chase D’Agostino is the associate vice president, corporate solutions and strategic growth at QuisLex. Chase works with legal departments and law firms to design, implement and oversee processes and technologies that reduce risk and cost while increasing efficiency and productivity. Drawing from his experiences as Commercial Counsel at Colgate-Palmolive and as an associate at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett, Chase understands the day-to-day challenges faced by in-house and law firm lawyers. Chase is certified in Apttus’ industry leading Contract Lifecycle Management product. He graduated magna cum laude from Fordham University School of Law and received his B.A. in economics from Trinity College.
  • Cheryl Roy

    While she has a solid education in law, Cheryl Roy wanted more than a job as a lawyer. She knew that people needed information and a better understanding of everyday legal matters. She began writing articles and guidelines to educate individuals and businesses. Now, she is collaborating with blogs, magazines, and outlets, being proud that her knowledge and her writing talent are helping everyone every day.
  • Christopher Chapman

    Christopher P. Chapman has served as president and chief executive officer of AccessLex Institute since January 2008 and joined its board of directors in 2012. Immediately prior to joining AccessLex, Chapman was the president and chief executive officer of ALL Student Loan, a California-based nonprofit student loan provider, from 2001 to 2007. Earlier, he served as vice president of Student Loan Funding Resources, a student loan originator and secondary market, and as director of its joint venture loan servicing company. From 1999–2000, Chapman practiced law as a senior attorney with Calfee, Halter & Griswold, LLP, working in its corporate, public finance and higher education practice areas. His early career was spent in the policy arena as special assistant and policy counsel for two members of the U.S. House of Representatives. Chapman earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from Xavier University, his post-baccalaureate certificate in finance and accounting from the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School of Business, and his Juris Doctorate from the University of Cincinnati College of Law. Chris is admitted to practice law in the District of Columbia, Pennsylvania and Ohio.
  • Chris Kitchener

    Chris Kitchener is the Vice President of Product Management for HighQ, which was acquired by Thomson Reuters in 2019. He has more than 15 years of product strategy and product management expertise in large organizations. His focus is on developing high quality products that generate business value to clients through operational and strategic excellence. He can be reached at
  • Chris Usatenko

    Chris is a computer geek, writer, and content creator. He is interested in every aspect of the IT industry. Freelancer in his nature, he is willing to get experience and knowledge from around the world and implement them in his life.
  • Christopher R. Blazejewski

    Author Christopher R. Blazejewski is a partner in Sherin and Lodgen’s Litigation Department. He is the lawyer that other lawyers go to for legal advice. He assists large and mid-sized law firms and sole attorneys in client disputes, fee disputes, risk management, and professional ethics. Lawyers go to Chris for counseling on their own professional rights and obligations and for advice on resolving disputes. Chris can be reached at
  • Christopher Riordan

    Christopher Riordan is a Market Analyst with Incubator LLC, a software development company headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. Incubator is affiliated with Effortless Legal LLC, a leader in software automation solutions for law firms.
  • Clare Foley

    Clare Foley is Vice President of Litigation Solutions, Opus 2 Magnum. She has been a driving force in the litigation services market for more than 20 years. In her current role, Clare advises law firms and corporate clients on their cloud collaboration strategies, specifically around the deployment of the Opus 2 Magnum platform. Although originally from Ireland, Clare lives in the US and guides both US business strategies and international services for Opus 2. Clare is a contributing author to several trade publications and she is a regular speaker on cloud technology.
  • Clint Crosier

    Clint Crosier is Associate General Counsel at iManage. Clint handles domestic and international commercial contracts and provides counsel with regard to risk exposure and other wide-ranging legal and operational issues. In addition, Clint advises iManage ownership regarding corporate governance and compliance matters. For a number of years, Clint was also an adjunct faculty member in the Business Enterprise Law Clinic at The John Marshall Law School where he supervised students in connection with the transactional representation of clients with limited financial resources. Before joining iManage, Clint was a corporate associate at Reed Smith LLP.
  • Colin Guy

    Colin Guy is an associate at Zimmerman, Axelrad, Meyer, Stern & Wise, P.C. in Houston, Texas, where he is part of senior partner Leonard J. Meyer’s litigation team. His practice includes estate, probate and trust litigation; residential construction litigation; securities litigation; and commercial litigation.
  • Conrad Saam

    Conrad Saam is a member of the Social Media, Legal Blogs, and Websites Committee. He's also the founder of Mockingbird– an agency delivering advanced online marketing exclusively for the legal industry. He is one of 34 Google Small Business Advisors with a focus on SEO and PR. Prior to Mockingbird, Conrad architected Avvo’s ascendancy from concept to legal directory market leader through advanced search engine optimization tactics. Conrad is a frequent guest speaker at Local U, a panelist of David Mihm's Local Search Ranking Factors survey, and has spoken at Mozcon, SMX, SearchFest, Lawyernomics and Pubcon. He was an early contributor to Search Engine Land's In-House column, has been featured in USA Today, the New York Times and the Huffington Post. Conrad at Google Plus.
  • Craig Huggart

    Craig Huggart has been a legal technology trainer since 2001. He is an Alabama fan, a Star Trek geek, and is passionate about making the lives of lawyers a little better. You can reach him at
  • Cyrus Wilcox

    Cyrus Wilcox is a solutions engineer at ProSearch, a leading provider of comprehensive discovery and compliance solutions to corporate legal departments and law firms. Wilcox leverages his extensive experience in eDiscovery to provide clients with custom-designed solutions to assist in meeting their discovery obligations. His current focus is on product and solution development for new and emerging data types.
  • Dan Steiner

    Dan Steiner is an author and legal marketing expert from Austin, Texas. He is the owner and marketing director at Vintage Legal Marketing, an award-winning law firm marketing agency serving lawyers in both the USA and Canada. His work has been featured in a number of publications, including Forbes, Entrepreneur, and Inc. Have worked with numerous law firms over the years and have brought in millions of dollars’ worth of cases.
  • Dan Christensen

    Dan Christensen is the owner and founder of DC Law, a highly-rated personal injury law firm in Austin, Texas. Over the last 25 years, Christensen has been involved in nearly 200 trials and gone up against some of the largest defendants, including the U.S. Government, in numerous state and federal courts. Christensen is also board certified in personal injury trial law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, meaning he is listed among the small percentage of licensed attorneys in the state of Texas (about 7%) who have earned the right to publicly represent themselves as a specialist in a select area of the law.
  • Dan Hauck

    Dan Hauck is co-founder and CEO of ThreadKM, an industry-leading collaboration and agile project management platform for legal professionals. He also writes about legal technology on the ThreadKM Blog and is a regular speaker on legal technology issues.
  • Dan Lear

    As Director of Industry Relations at Avvo, Dan manages relationships with the legal industry (law schools, legal tech companies, bar and industry associations). He is a technology lawyer, facilitator, and blogger. He is the cofounder of the Seattle Legal Technology and Innovation MeetUp, a self-styled "legal hacking" group that meets regularly to explore, identify, and implement unconventional solutions to law's problems, big and small. He's also blogged and written extensively about the profession and its evolution on his blog Right Brain Law and for other online and print publications. In his six years as a practicing attorney and more than ten years in the legal industry, Dan worked for two lean "NewLaw" law firms, designed and implemented an online program for procurement contract processing, and was a part of early international legal outsourcing efforts with a Fortune 500 company. He received his BA in International Studies from Brigham Young University, and his JD and MBA from Seattle University. Dan is admitted to the bar in Washington. He is also a frequent speaker and writer on legal technology trends and innovations.
  • Daniel Decker

    Daniel Decker is one of the two founding partners at Spotlight Branding. He is passionate about marketing strategy, copy writing, and strategic planning. In his spare time, Daniel enjoys playing sports, guitar, local and national politics, and following Minnesota sports. You can find him on Twitter @DanielJDecker.
  • Daniel Elliott

    Daniel Elliott is a JD/MBA candidate at Michigan State University focusing on Finance and Corporate Law. Daniel is currently working on a project for the Demmer Center for Business Transformation as a Lean Apprentice. He is also preparing to be a Legal Innovation Intern at Kain C+C in Australia this coming August. After graduation, Daniel plans to continue his work to improve the delivery of legal services to add value for clients.
  • Daniel L. Farris

    Daniel L. Farris is a former software engineer who now co-chairs Polsinelli’s Privacy and Data Security Practice from the firm’s Chicago office. He can be reached at
  • Daniel W. Linna

    Daniel W. Linna Jr. is the assistant dean for career development and a professor of law in residence at Michigan State University College of Law. Before attending the University of Michigan Law School, he was an information technology director and independent information technology and business consultant. After law school, he was a U.S. Court of Appeals judicial clerk. Before he joined MSU Law, Dan was a partner at Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP.
  • Daniel Siegel

    Mr. Siegel is the founder and President of Integrated Technology Services, LLC, a consulting service for attorneys, and the principal of the Law Offices of Daniel J. Siegel, LLC firm in Havertown, Pennsylvania. Mr. Siegel is the author of Android Apps in One Hour for Lawyers and The Lawyer’s Guide to CaseMap, both published by the American Bar Association Law Practice Management Section, and Changing Law Firms: Ethical Guidance for Pennsylvania Law Firms & Attorneys, published by the Pennsylvania Bar Institute. He has served as a writer, lecturer and course planner (on technology, civil litigation, workers’ compensation, ethics, personal injury and other matters) for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, American, Pennsylvania and Philadelphia Bar Associations, and American, Philadelphia and Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers Associations.
  • Daniel William

    Daniel William is a Cyber Security Director at IDStrong. His great passion is to maintain the safety of the organization's online systems and networks. He knows that both individuals and businesses face the constant challenge of cyber threats. Identifying and preventing these attacks is a priority for Daniel.
  • Danny Boice

    Danny Boice is the co-founder and CEO of Trustify, providing private investigators on demand. Danny attended Harvard University for undergrad and completed graduate programs through the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and through Stanford University. Danny founded Trustify out of his passion and experiences around truth, trust, and safety — especially about vulnerable populations such as children and the elderly. Danny is married to Trustify co-founder and president Jennifer Mellon. Together, they lead Trustify's charitable giving by providing pro bono investigative and protective services to vulnerable populations such as missing and exploited children, domestic violence survivors, those in the foster care and adoption system, aging Americans, and more.
  • Dante Orsini

    Dante Orsini, SVP of Business Development at iLand Dante has more than 15 years of business development experience across enterprise software, managed services and technology consulting fields. He’s regarded as a thought leader in cloud infrastructure, working closely with customers and partners to anticipate and address market needs. He holds a seat on the VMware Service Provider Advisory Council – an organization that guides the direction of the vCloud Air Network Service Provider community.
  • Darrell Mervau

    Darrell Mervau is a co-founder and president of FileTrail Inc., a global leader in records management and information governance, where he provides the vision and overseas product strategies that have propelled FileTrail to its current market leadership position. Having spent his entire career in the field of information management and governance, Mervau previously held executive roles with two different start-up companies and was instrumental in their early growth and successful sale.
  • David Carns

    David Carns is the Chief Strategy Officer of Casepoint LLC. He joined Casepoint as a Director of Client Services in 2010, rose the ranks to Executive Vice President until his most recent promotion in 2017. In addition to being a recovering attorney, David possesses a lifelong passion for technology and its advancements. His career has always found him at the intersection of technology and the legal field given his intimate knowledge of both. Today, as an eDiscovery thought leader, David drives global sales and marketing strategy with foresight. In addition to business development strategy, David is very well-versed in Casepoint’s solution and technological prowess. David is attuned with the Casepoint application and its development since inception. He has also been on the client-side of the Casepoint application in his previous positions. Prior to joining Casepoint, David Carns’ positions included Director of Practice Technology at a premier global law firm, Technology Consultant, and Director of Technology. Carns holds a Juris Doctorate from The John Marshall Law School and a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy from DePauw University.
  • Dave Coffey

    Dave Coffey is an iPhone and Instagram dependent award winning new media pioneer with over 23 years experience in the media and marketing field. With a diverse background in media agency work and IT management consulting, Dave brings a unique perspective to complex business challenges. Dave was named SVP, Chief Digital Officer of LegalShield in November, 2016, the leading provider of legal services in 50 states and 4 Canadian Provinces with over 700 employees and 300,000 sales associates
  • David Benoit

    Prior to founding his groundbreaking personal technology start-up Wearsafe Labs, David was a technology and IP attorney in CT with over 15 years of experience representing mature and early-stage companies in the areas of mobile technology, software licensing and data privacy.
  • David Carns

    David Carns is Vice President, eDiscovery Client Services at @Legal Discovery, LLC. He can be reached at The company’s website is
  • David Colarusso

    David Colarusso is an attorney, software engineer, data scientist, and former high school physics teacher living in the greater Boston area. He likes to build things: furniture, software, reasoned arguments... He tweets @Colarusso, and you can find his latest creations at
  • David Hejna

    David Hejna is General Counsel, Vice President and Secretary of kCura, developers of the e-discovery software Relativity. He has over 35 years of experience with prominent law firms and corporate legal departments, including McGuireWoods LLP, Barnes & Thornburg LLP, and JMB Realty Corporation. David’s areas of expertise include general corporate work, acquisitions, financing and investment work, intellectual property matters, employment law matters, general transaction work, research and counseling on antitrust issues, data privacy, e-commerce and international law issues, insurance coverage and risk management matters, legal research, dispute resolution and litigation work. David holds a Juris Doctorate from the University of Michigan Law School. He is the member of Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) and Illinois Bar Association.
  • David Horrigan

    David Horrigan is kCura’s e-discovery counsel and legal content director. An attorney, law school guest lecturer, e-discovery industry analyst, and award-winning journalist, David has served as counsel at the Entertainment Software Association, reporter and assistant editor at The National Law Journal, and analyst and counsel at 451 Research.
  • David M. Klein

    David M. Klein is Vice President, Legal Services and General Counsel of QuisLex, Inc. where he works with companies and law firms to design solutions for their contracting and compliance-related challenges. David was formerly a partner at Shearman & Sterling and Paul Hastings, where his practice focused on negotiating and structuring complex technology transactions. He has continually been recognized for his expertise in the field of technology and outsourcing transactions by Chambers USA and Legal 500 and is the author of “Intellectual Property in Mergers & Acquisitions,” a leading guide on the handling of intellectual property issues in corporate transactions. David received his B.S. in electrical engineering from The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Arts and his J.D. from New York University School of Law.
  • David Lukic

    David Lukić is an information privacy, security and compliance consultant at The passion to make cyber security accessible and interesting has led David to share all the knowledge he has.
  • David Notowitz

    David Notowitz is the founder of NCAVF (National Center for Audio & Video Forensics) and an Emmy award-winning producer and forensics lecturer. NCAVF provides experts in analyzing multifaceted video and audio forensic evidence. The firm provides expert witness on cases investigated by the police, insurance & private investigators, public defenders and civil & criminal defense attorneys, as well as with corporate HR departments.
  • David Ries

    David G. Ries is of counsel in the Pittsburgh, PA office of Clark Hill PLC where he practices in the areas of environmental, technology, and data protection law and litigation. For over 15 years, he has increasingly focused on cybersecurity, privacy, and information governance. He frequently lectures and writes nationally for legal, educational, and professional groups. He is a co-author of Locked Down: Practical Information Security for Attorneys, Second Edition (American Bar Association 2016) and Encryption Made Simple for Lawyers (American Bar Association 2015) and a contributing author to Information Security & Privacy: A Practical Guide for Global Executives, Lawyers and Technologists (American Bar Association 2011).
  • David Smith

    David Smith is a cryptographer with 12 years of experience in both the public and private sectors. He is currently working on his second startup (currently in stealth mode) that will track and interpret the use of contactless payment. His expertise includes: system design and implementation with contact and contactless smart cards, smart card personalization, mobile payments, and general knowledge and experience with APAC market trends and consumer preferences.
  • Dean Wiech

    Dean Wiech is managing director of Tools4ever, a global provider of identity and access management solutions. Dean has worked with businesses, educational entities and municipalities for more than 20 years, helping them identify solutions that make their businesses and operations more secure, efficient and easier to manage. He is responsible for Tools4ever’s US operations, and has written dozens of articles about identity and access management, security, IT audits, strategy, BYOD, the cloud and managing IT solutions for small businesses to enterprise systems.
  • Dean Leung

    As Chief Customer Success Officer, Dean’s primary focus is on driving initiatives that further improve the iManage customer experience across customer onboarding, technical support, education and professional services. Prior to joining iManage, Dean was Chief Information Officer at Holland & Knight.
  • Deana Uhl & Simon Gaillard

    Deana Uhl is a Managing Director in the FTI Technology practice. She provides consulting to corporate clients, with a focus on designing, implementing, and enabling change management for information governance, data privacy, data security, and e-discovery programs. Simon Gaillard is a Senior Consultant in the FTI Technology practice. He helps organizations build sustainable privacy programs and manage their data in a more secure and effective manner in line with GDPR, CCPA, HIPAA, and other data regulations.
  • Debra L. Bruce

    Debra L. Bruce is President of Lawyer-Coach LLC, which provides executive coaching and training for lawyers on leadership and management, team effectiveness, time management, business development and social media. Having practiced law for 18 years followed by coaching for 14 years, she’s in frequent demand as a speaker and writer on law practice management topics. Debra is on the ABA Law Practice Division’s Law Practice magazine board and the Division’s Career Paths Task Force. She has also served as the Vice Chair of the Law Practice Management Committee of the State Bar of Texas and the Chair of the Houston Bar Association’s LPM Section. Debra was the first lawyer in Texas credentialed by the International Coach Federation, and served as the leader of its Houston chapter.
  • Dee Dee Kato

    DeeDee Kato is the Senior Director at Foxit Software.
  • Deniece Moxy

    Deniece Moxy is the Director of Product Marketing at iManage where she is responsible for developing strategic marketing initiatives, driving product positioning and messaging while implementing go-to-market strategies as part of the company’s leadership team. Prior to iManage, Deniece Moxy has extensive experience making a difference at leading Fortune 100 and Startup organizations such as Microsoft, Hewlett Packard, Rockwell Automation and Perforce Software. Her dynamic career includes developing, marketing and launching multi-million dollar award-winning Cloud, SaaS, Enterprise, Mobile, and Internet software technology applications and platforms in a global marketplace.
  • Dennis Dimka

    Dennis Dimka, CEO of Uptime Legal, founded Uptime in 2005. Since 2010, Uptime has focused exclusively on providing law firms with Private Cloud services and web-based legal software. With a background in Information Technology, Dennis has worked in the IT sector for over 15 years in both technical and leadership roles.
  • Dennis Keglovits

    With more than 20 years as a recognized leader in the professional services industry, Dennis Keglovits leads LockPath’s support, education and professional services’ teams – created to assist clients in the deployment and on-going support of their clients. Previously, Keglovits served in regional and national leadership roles for international consulting firms, tasked with delivering creative solutions to some of the world’s most established brands. During this time, he was awarded multiple national achievement awards for his work related to large project management and product development.
  • Dennis Kennedy

    Dennis Kennedy is an information technology lawyer, a legal technology author and speaker and a member of the Legal Technology Resource Center Board. He co-hosts the legal technology podcast, The Kennedy-Mighell Report, and has co-authored books for lawyers on LinkedIn, Facebook, and collaboration tools and technologies. His blog, DennisKennedy.Blog, is at
  • Dennis Garcia

    Dennis Garcia is an Assistant General Counsel for Microsoft Corporation based in Chicago. He practices at the intersection of law and technology and provides a wide range of legal support to Microsoft’s Sales, Marketing and Operations teams across the United States. Dennis received his B.A. in Political Science from Binghamton University and his J.D. from Columbia Law School. He is admitted to practice in New York, Connecticut and Illinois (House Counsel). Please follow Dennis on Twitter and LinkedIn by clicking the buttons below.
  • Derek Bolen

    Derek Bolen is the Social Media and Community Manager at Clio. In the past, he's written for Attorney at Work, Law Technology Today, and a number of technology companies like Zapier and TelmedIQ. You can find him writing about the business of law, marketing, and technology on Clio's blog, or starting discussions in Clio's Advocates community.
  • Derek Jones

    Derek Jones is the VP of Business Development at Deputy in the Americas. He has over 16 years of experience in delivering data-driven sales and marketing strategies to SaaS companies.
  • Dine Law, P.L.

    Dine Law, P.L. provides elder law services to clients in Bradenton and Sarasota, Florida. Since its establishment in January 2012, Dine Law, P.L. has successfully transitioned the firm’s time-keeping, document management, phone, email and server to a cloud-based system enabling secure access from any location with an internet connection. The firm is constantly looking for ways to incorporate technology into its culture and emphasizes a team approach to selecting and implementing technological changes. Read more about the Dine Law team and their perspectives on technology.
  • Don Fuchs

    Don Fuchs, Vice President of Legal Sales North America at HighQ, is an experienced tech entrepreneur and attorney focused on helping law firms enhance their business development and client engagement through innovation with technology, practice management and the delivery of legal services. He is passionate about using his legal and technology experience to help law firms leverage the HighQ platform to gain a competitive edge and win more business.
  • Donald Coker

    Donald Coker is a 32 year national consultant to law firms. He works from his farm house in Strafford, NH, but still travels all over the country even after all these years. He welcomes your questions or comments at
  • Donald E. Vinson

    Donald E. Vinson, Ph.D., is the chairman and CEO of Vinson Resolution Management. He is widely considered the "founding father" of the trial consulting field and internationally recognized as the world’s leading expert in the field. He has founded three successful companies in the space, two of which were acquired by NYSE-listed corporations (he currently serves as chairman of the third). Vinson has spent the last 35 years providing valuable insights and strategic recommendations to trial attorneys about juror behavior, and his record of success is unparalleled.
  • Donna Terjesen

    Donna Terjesen is president of Visionary Information Solutions (VIS). VIS is the premier management consulting company leading change for law firms and corporate counsel by optimizing the value of their research and knowledge operations at the intersections of workflows, people, processes and recovery strategies. For more information, please contact
  • Douglas Capozzalo

    Douglas Capozzalo is currently employed by the law firm of Shearman & Sterling in New York City to coach attorneys how technology can best support their practice. At Shearman he is driving a tech skills certification program for associates. Shearman is taking a lead role in the development of core competencies by the Legal Technology Core Competencies Certification Coalition (LTC4), a loose affiliation of senior training professionals at law firms around the world working to establish an industry standard for tech competency. Mr. Capozzalo has also served as an Adjunct Professor of Economics and a technology training consultant. He earned an MBA from the Stern School of Business, New York University, and a BA from Yale College. He began his career at Citi where he served as Operations Officer. There he leveraged new technology to reduce reporting times for senior staff members. Then as Account Officer at Heller Financial he helped to design a groundbreaking EDT (Electronic Data Transfer) initiative to support in-depth credit analysis for the firm’s clients. Technology had served Mr. Capozzalo well as a banker; teaching technology then became his passion. He served as Technology Training Director at the law firm of Brown Raysman, an industry leader in intellectual property law; and subsequently managed workshops around the world as Director of Leaning and Development for The Globecon Group in New York City. Mr. Capozzalo has advised companies across the country on how best to introduce new technology to their employees. He lives with his wife in Dobbs Ferry, NY.
  • Douglas Parker

    Douglas Parker handles content management and communications for Manshoory Law Group, APC. He has always had a special interest in the sphere of Law and Human Rights. Dedicating a lot of his free time to understanding the small details and specifics of these fields, Douglas enjoys exploring and analyzing them in his articles. His main goal is to make this sometimes complicated information available and transparent for everyone.
  • Drew Deitch

    Drew Deitch is the Director of Developer Experience at Relativity. Drew works with Relativity's customers and partners to build the most engaged and innovative developer community and ecosystem in legal tech. He's been at Relativity for seven years and has worked on a variety of strategic initiatives during that time.
  • Edward Klaris and Alexia Bedat

    Edward Klaris, Managing Partner, Klaris Law PLLC Ed has worked in the media and entertainment business for 20+ years as both a lawyer and executive. His boutique law firm focuses on media, copyright and trademark. Ed has been an adjunct professor at Columbia Law School since 2005, was the General Counsel of the New Yorker, SVP of Intellectual Property at Conde Nast, and media counsel at ABC, Inc. Alexia Bedat, Associate, Klaris Law PLLC Alexia focuses her practice on media law, intellectual property, fair use, and virtual and augmented reality technologies. Prior to joining Klaris Law, Alexia worked as a law clerk at BuzzFeed, where she supported the news team. She also worked with law firms specializing in media law in both London and Paris. Having obtained her law degree from the University of Cambridge in the UK, Alexia then completed an LL.M. at Columbia Law School.
  • Ekim Saribardak

    Ekim Saribardak is the CTO of Rewire Security, and he is a highly motivated IT professional who possesses a never-ending love and passion for web application and software projects. He is experienced with technical knowledge in all areas of telecommunications, thatcham GPS trackers, web applications, digital marketing and product management, with an aptitude for problem-solving and decision-making with the ability to influence others in complex and pressurized circumstances. He has been a technology geek since 1990, starting from the moment he first had his hands on a computer. Since then, he has been researching and studying anything related to computers, fascinated with the way computers are changing everyday life. He has worked in both hardware and software fields for different businesses for over two decades.
  • Eli Nussbaum

    Eli Nussbaum is a managing director at Keno Kozie Associates. He joined the firm in 1998 as part of its Y2K audit team. Eli then became a full-time engineer and has held every position within the department. During his tenure with Keno Kozie, he has focused on physical, virtual and cloud infrastructure design and implementation for both client and desktop environments.
  • Eliya Fishman

    Eliya Fishman is the Legal Market Manager at ARX, provider of the CoSign digital signature solution. She in charge of market strategy, marketing tactics and everything in between. In previous positions she managed the marketing and technical copywriting at ARX and at other high-tech companies.
  • Elizabeth Cuccinello

    Elizabeth Cuccinello has been practicing law for over 15 years. While she has acted as General Counsel for numerous start up and growth stage technology companies, she recently started her own firm supporting similar companies and internal legal teams of larger corporations. She lives in Rockland County, New York with her husband Pete and their children. She actively volunteers in her community and with several organizations.
  • Emilio Matthaei and Micha-Manuel Bues

    Emilio Matthaei is CEO of LEVERTON. As a passionate data strategist, entrepreneur, ex-banker and researcher, Emilio revolutionizes how individuals work with data and documents. Micha-Manuel Bues is Managing Director at LEVERTON, a LegalTech-company with offices in Berlin, London and New York which is specialised in data extraction from contracts. From 2013 to 2016 he worked as a lawyer at the international law firm Gleiss Lutz.
  • Emily Andrews

    Emily Andrews is the marketing communications specialist at RecordsFinder, an online public records search company. Communications specialist by day and community volunteer at night, she believes in compassion and defending the defenseless.
  • Emily Deering

    "Emily Deering is the Branding and Marketing Coordinator for Spotlight Branding. She helps execute strategic campaigns on behalf of our clients while simultaneously helping lawyers find a branding strategy that best fits their needs. When she isn't working, Emily enjoys spending time with her rescue dog, Sadie."
  • Emma Williams

    This post was written by Emma Williams, a legal writer. Emma is fascinated by the advances in technology revolutionizing the legal landscape, as well as cybercrime and cybersecurity, biotech, and intellectual property rights. Special thanks to
  • Erçin Aslan

    Erçin Aslan is the Legal Officer at Sinequa and has held this position for the past 3 years. He has previously held positions at ITW, Highest State Court Berlin and George Lombard Consultancy Pty Ltd. Currently he is based in Paris.
  • Eric Hoffmaster

    Eric Hoffmaster has worked with Innovative Computing Systems for the past seven years, most recently as the Technical Assistance Center Manager. He can be reached at
  • Eric Wangler

    Eric Wangler is the President of BigHand, a global provider of voice productivity technology. Eric has worked in the legal industry for more than 15 years, including years at Ricoh and IKON, and has been helping law firms around the world achieve excellence in operational and technology initiatives.
  • Ervin Barrell

    Ervin Barrell is a software development grad student at Syracuse University. He is also a regular writer on topics related to internet security and privacy.
  • Evan Parker

    Dr. Evan Parker, Managing Director for Analytics at LawyerMetrix, is an expert at generating data-driven insights that can help law firms, legal departments and law schools solve their complex issues ranging from lateral integration to effective team collaboration. Evan has assisted numerous AmLaw 100 firms by developing and implementing statistically-grounded products and services designed to optimize law firm business development and hiring.
  • Felix Shipkevich

    Felix Shipkevich is the CEO of Hotspot Law, a new app that connects consumers with local attorneys to increase access to justice for all.
  • Florian Schwiecker

    Florian Schwiecker is leader of global sales, vice president and director at Speech Processing Solutions.
  • Ford Blakely

    Ford Blakely is the founder and CEO of Zingle. As a frustrated consumer with an entrepreneurial spirit, Ford sought to figure out a quicker way to order his latte in the morning. He did - and in 2009 Zingle was born as the first two-way, business-and-customer communication platform. Currently, thousands of hotels, food retailers and other businesses use the software platform to increase efficiency, revenue and customer loyalty by providing a quick and simple way to communicate with customers through text messaging - people's preferred method of communication today.
  • Frank Hamilton

    Frank Hamilton is a blogger and translator from Manchester. He is a professional writing expert in such topics as blogging, digital marketing and self-education. He also loves traveling and speaks Spanish, French, German and English.
  • Freddie Tubbs

    Freddie Tubbs is a marketing consultant and content writer at Paperfellows. He regularly contributes article to the Vault, Academized and Australian help blogs.
  • David Freskos and Shannon Murphy

    David Freskos is a Senior Director at FTI Technology, and provides expert computer forensic and e-discovery consulting services to legal teams in support of investigations, litigation, and other types of matters. David specializes in complex data collections from mobile devices, social media and cloud-based storage.  Shannon Murphy is an Associate at Winston & Strawn, LLP, and focuses her practice on white collar criminal matters, government investigations, corporate internal investigations, and complex civil litigation. Shannon’s experience includes researching and drafting pleadings, dispositive motions, and other civil submissions as well as criminal sentencing memoranda, and arguing complex motions. 
  • Rose Frommelt

    As the Marketing Assistant for ABA's Legal Technology Resource Center, Rose (@rosefrommelt) raises awareness of the LTRC's resources, organizes its monthly webinar series and is the face behind the Center's growing social media presence. Rose is originally from St. Louis and is a graduate of Loyola University Chicago.
  • Garrett May

    Garrett May is a California personal injury attorney at The May Firm. An award winning attorney, Garrett was named to the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, National Academy of Person Injury Attorneys “Top 10 Under 40” and National Trial Lawyers "Top 40 Under 40". Garrett’s practice focuses on auto accidents, catastrophic injuries, dog bites, traumatic brain injury (TBI) and wrongful death cases.
  • Gary Allen

    As a partner in one of Idaho’s largest law firms, Gary Allen had a keen understanding of law firm workflows and a sense of the transformative potential of technology. Gary started LeanLaw, a subscription-based, legal productivity software to remove the excessive overhead burden of traditional law practice.
  • Gary Ashton

    Gary Ashton is the CEO and owner of The Ashton Real Estate Group of RE/MAX Advantage. His real estate team is #1 in Tennessee, Nashville and now #4 in the world.
  • Gary P. Falkowitz

    Gary P. Falkowitz is Managing Attorney of the Intake Department at Parker Waichman LLP. He’s a member of the New York State Bar Association and American Association for Justice. He specializes in mass torts, consumer fraud, qui-tam litigation, automobile accidents, product liability, medical malpractice, workers’ compensation, and general personal injury negligence litigation. Prior to joining Parker Waichman, Falkowitz was an Assistant District Attorney for the Kings County District Attorney’s Office, prosecuting a wide array of misdemeanor and felony crimes.
  • Gary Gonzalez

    Gary Gonzalez is a rising 2L at Michigan State University College of Law. He graduated from the University of Wyoming with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Political Science. Gary is interested in studying international business law and intellectual property law.
  • Genan Zilkha

    Genan Zilkha is a New York licensed attorney residing in Manila, Philippines. She can be reached at
  • Geoffrey Goldberg

    Geoffrey Goldberg brings a unique blend of legal and technological experience to Business Integrity (the team behind ContractExpress), where he currently maintains a dual role as both General Counsel and as a Legal Automation Engineer.
  • Geoffrey A. Vance

    Geoffrey A. Vance is a partner in the law firm of Perkins Coie LLP and is based in the Chicago office. Geoffrey is the Firmwide Chair of Perkins' E-Discovery Services and Strategy Group and a member of the Commercial Litigation Group. Previously named by his peers as one of the 40 Illinois Lawyers Under Forty to Watch, Geoffrey concentrates his practice in complex commercial litigation, focusing on product and professional liability litigation, insurance controversies and other matters involving large-scale discovery projects. He has represented foreign and domestic clients in a number of state and federal courts and other dispute resolution settings. He assisted in and tried over 20 matters to conclusion.
  • George Bessenyei

    George Bessenyei is the CEO and founder of YoCierge, a legal technology firm based in Wayne, PA. YoCierge specializes in record retrieval and communication services for law firms. It was the first company to introduce machine learning and HIPAA e-Authorization into the medical record retrieval process. YoCierge also created the most comprehensive integration with case management software Clio. Before founding YoCierge, George spent over 20 years advising law firms about technology both in the U.S. and Switzerland. He holds an MBA from Oxford and is also a Certified Information System Auditor and a Certified HIPAA Professional.
  • Gillian Fattal

    Gillian is a Canadian citizen and permanent US resident, and obtained her Juris Doctor from the University of Victoria Law School and her undergraduate degree in Political Science from Simon Fraser University both in British Columbia. After law school, Gillian worked as a Law Clerk for the Honorable Justice John O’Keefe and the Honorable Justice Robert Mainville at the Federal Court of Canada in Ottawa. During that time, Gillian completed the Harvard Negotiation Institute’s Mediation Program. After clerking, Gillian was called to the bar of the Law Society of Upper Canada in 2009. Upon moving to the US, Gillian worked for Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation as a Senior Associate, Legal in the $1B commercial aftermarket business. Prior to becoming an attorney, Gillian’s experience included managing the exclusive boutique hotel, Opus Hotel in Vancouver; managing the procurement of worldwide news and financial information for an innovative financial services platform called Inc.; and during her undergrad degree, Gillian worked internationally as a Flight Attendant. She has volunteered for Crown Counsel Victim Services, the Art Gallery of British Columbia, the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Vancouver, the Connecticut Legal Veterans Center, Girls, Inc., the Greater Hartford Arts Council and the American Heart Association.
  • Gina Taranto

    Dr. Taranto leads research and innovation of accelerated learning solutions by directing multidisciplinary teams of technologists, subject matter experts, and data scientists to train the technologies that replicate human decisions. She has been developing teams and solutions in eDiscovery for 14 years, with experience in the design and implementation of search and automated document review solutions for clients in the financial services, technology, and pharmaceutical industries. In addition to building ProSearch’s Linguistics, Analytics, and Data Science group, she has led the development of internal programs for happiness, feedback, training, and supporting communities of practice. She is a published author in the fields of linguistics and information retrieval. Previously, Dr. Taranto was a lead linguist and adviser to client engagements at H5, and a research linguist at both A-Life Medical, Inc. and Northrop Grumman Information Systems. She received her B.A. from Kresge College at the University of California, Santa Cruz, with honors, and her M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of California, San Diego.
  • Adrienne M. Girone and Max Welsh

    Adrienne M. Girone, IGP, information governance project manager for InOutsource, works with law firms on a variety of information governance projects and cost containment initiatives. Max Welsh, senior risk management consultant for InOutsource, has experience as a lawyer in both private practice and for the U.S. Government. The combination allows him to provide a perspective to InOutsource clients that is based on a deep understanding of the legal industry.
  • Glenn F. Campbell

    For over 20 years, Glenn has advocated for the rights of others, especially people with disabilities. He believes that everyone should have the right to equal access, equal opportunity, and the necessary support so they can make informed decisions. "It is not only my goal to provide my clients with competent legal representation, but to also be patient and understanding, especially during those times when they are making decisions that can greatly affect their lives." Aside from his law practice, Glenn remains active in the community. He not only offers advocacy and legal assistance to nonprofit organizations, but he is also a member of several advisory boards including the Suffolk County Disability Advisory Board, the Association of Mental Health and Awareness, and was most recently appointed Co-Chairperson to the newly formed Brookhaven Township Special Needs Task Force. Glenn is licensed to practice in the Courts of New York State and the Eastern District of New York. In 2012, Glenn published his first book, I Wouldn't Change a Thing, that illustrates his life as someone living with quadriplegia.
  • Louise Rains Gomez - Thomas Hiney

    Louise Rains Gomez is a Managing Director in FTI Consulting’s Technology segment. Louise Rains brings more than 10 years of experience in litigation, e-discovery and information governance, with a focus on helping clients reduce costs and alleviate their broad data management challenges. Thomas Hiney is a Director in FTI Consulting’s Technology segment. He provides expertise in privacy program management and optimization, GDPR compliance and HIPAA risk and gap assessment.
  • Bob Goodman and Josh Harder

    Bob Goodman is a partner at Bessemer Venture Partners (BVP) where he provides entrepreneurial, operating and investment expertise to his portfolio companies. Most recently, Bob led BVP's investment in Disco, a cloud-based e-discovery tool for lawyers. Josh Harder is an investor at Bessemer Venture Partners (BVP) where he works with startups developing industry-specific cloud based platforms. Most recently, Josh was involved in BVP’s investment in Disco, a cloud-based e-discovery tool for lawyers.
  • Graham Haldane

    Graham is Head of Technical Presales at Phoenix Business Solutions, a global technology business and market leader in Enterprise Content and Email and Document Management, serving more than 250 customers from offices across five continents. Graham can be reached at
  • Saad Gul and Mike Slipsky

    Saad Gul and Mike Slipsky, editors of NC Privacy Law Blog, are partners with Poyner Spruill LLP in North Carolina. They advise clients on a wide range of privacy, data security, and cyber liability issues. Saad (@NC_Cyberlaw) may be reached at 919.783.1170 or Mike may be reached at 919.783.2851 or
  • Gyi Tsakalakis

    Gyi Tsakalakis helps lawyers earn meaningful attention online because that's where clients are looking for them. As a lawyer himself, Gyi is familiar with the unique considerations of effectively marketing a law practice online. In 2008, Gyi founded AttorneySync to build the most trusted team in digital legal marketing. He serves as a Vice Chair on the ABA's Client Development & Marketing Committee. Gyi lives in Chicago and loves coffee. He also misses coaching football and is happy to discuss various strategies and techniques of defensive front seven play. Have a question? Don't hesitate to ask him.
  • Hamzah Adil

    Hamzah Adil is a digital marketer presently working for a startup that has developed a live chat app called SwiftChat.
  • Hank Stout

    Hank Stout is the co-founder of Sutliff & Stout, Injury & Accident Law Firm. Hank is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law, and he has been actively trying personal injury cases for over fifteen years.
  • Hannah George

    I am Hannah George. I am positivity engager, tech blogger & coffee addict. I have a degree in Journalism and Modern Greek Studies from San Francisco State University. I write about tech news, trends, new apps and other tangentially related topics with a particular interest in wearables and exercise tech. When I am not writing, I go out biking on long trails. I live in San Francisco with my pet cat Sushi.
  • Hardik Modi

    Hardik Modi is Senior Director, Threat Intelligence at NETSCOUT. He is responsible for the Threat Research and Collections teams, ASERT and ATLAS, respectively. In this role, he oversees the creation of security content for NETSCOUTs products, enabling best-in-class protection for users, as well as the continuous delivery and publication of impactful research across the DDoS and Intrusion landscapes. Prior to joining NETSCOUT, Hardik was Vice President Threat Research at a network security vendor. He has nearly 20 years of experience in networks, product design and security research. He is a frequent author of blogs and speaker at security events. Hardik holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree from Gujarat University, India.
  • Harsh Sutaria

    Harsh Sutaria is a co-founder and chief success officer at Infinnium. He has extensive experience assisting companies with advanced technology driven solutions to respond to regulatory inquiries in multi-jurisdictional matters stemming out of Europe, Asia and the United States. He was involved in various landmark cases such as the long-running investigation into the manipulation of interbank interest rates (Euribor/Libor) and the FCPA probe into bribery and corruption involving the African government.  Harsh is a member of the EDRM Advisory Council as well as a contributor to a best practice document for EDRM/Duke Law on the use of TAR for eDiscovery.
  • Hayk Saakian

    Hayk Saakian is an authority on online marketing, lead generation, software development and the latest technology. Visit his website to find helpful consumer electronic reviews and in-depth tech analysis.
  • Heather Seiden

    Heather Seiden is an attorney in Northern California. Prior to obtaining her law license, Ms. Seiden spent 20 years in information technology. She is also the content writer for Legal Track Software Legal Track Software specializes in corporate legal solutions, including matter management, contract management, and e-billing. Disclaimer: Nothing in this article shall be construed as legal advice, or as creating an attorney/client relationship.
  • Heidi Alexander

    Heidi S. Alexander, Esq. is the Deputy Director of Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers, where she helps manage organization operations and leads the Massachusetts Law Office Management Assistance Program (LOMAP). LOMAP provides free and confidential practice management assistance, guidance in implementing new law office technologies, and methods to attain healthy and sustainable practices. She is the author of Evernote as a Law Practice Tool and serves on the ABA's TECHSHOW Planning Board. In 2017, Heidi was appointed to the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court's Standing Advisory Committee on Professionalism. She can be reached via email at, Twitter @heidialexander, or LinkedIn
  • Heinan Landa

    Heinan Landa is the Founder and CEO of Optimal Networks, Inc., a globally ranked IT services firm, and author of The Modern Law Firm: How to Thrive in an Era of Rapid Technological Change. After earning his B.S. and M.S. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Johns Hopkins University, Heinan went on to receive his MBA from The Wharton School of Business. Featured in Legal Management, Legal Times, Chief Executive, Inc. Magazine, Forbes, CIO, and with regular appearances on ABC7, CBS9, and FOX5 TV, Heinan is a trusted leader in the legal, technology, and business spaces. For more,, 240-499-7900, or
  • Helen Geib

    Helen Geib, Esq., general counsel for QDiscovery, practiced law for seven years in the intellectual property litigation department of a leading Midwest law firm where her responsibilities included managing large-scale discovery and motion practice. She brings that experience and perspective to her work as an eDiscovery consultant. She also provides trial consulting services in civil and criminal cases. Geib earned a bachelor’s degree in physics from Drew University in 1997 and graduated summa cum laude from Chicago’s John Marshall Law School in 2000. She is a member of the bar of the State of Indiana and the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana and a registered patent attorney. She is a TrialDirector Certified Trainer and AccessData Certified Examiner.
  • Helen Wallis

    Based in Hertfordshire, England, Helen is a keen blogger in the area of IT security and business networks. Helen has been writing IT material for a considerable period and has seen her work published on numerous IT specialised sites. Outside of work Helen likes spending time with her family and friends.
  • Holly Urban

    Holly Urban is the CEO at EffortlessLegal, a leader in software automation solutions for law firms. Holly has over 20 years of progressive experience in management and leadership positions in a variety of industries including technology, consulting, banking, retail and hospitality. For more information, visit us at
  • Holt Hackney

    Holt Hackney, president of Texas-based Hackney Publications, is a communications specialist with more than 20 years of experience as a journalist and public relations professional. Hackney Publications produces several sports law periodicals.
  • David Horrigan and Brendan Ryan

    About David Horrigan Davis is e-Discovery Counsel and Legal Content Director at kCura. An attorney, law school guest lecturer, e-discovery industry analyst, and award-winning journalist, David has served as counsel at the Entertainment Software Association, reporter and assistant editor at The National Law Journal, and analyst and counsel at 451 Research. He serves on the Editorial Advisory Board of Legaltech News and the Data Law Board of Advisors at the Yeshiva University Cardozo Law School. David holds a Juris Doctor from the University of Florida, and he studied international law at Universiteit Leiden in the Netherlands. He is licensed to practice law in the District of Columbia. Twitter: @David Horrigan LinkedIn: David Horrigan About Brendan Ryan Brendan is a senior manager of content on the marketing communications team at kCura, where he provides editorial expertise on a wide range of publications, including the Relativity blog, and mentors a team of specialists and senior specialists. Brendan has been on the kCura team since 2014 and holds a Master’s degree in writing from DePaul University. Twitter: @bjr312 LinkedIn: Brendan Ryan
  • Ian McClarty

    Ian McClarty serves as President at Phoenix NAP, LLC
  • Ian Raine

    Ian Raine is head of product management at iManage, responsible for iManage’s suite of information governance products for law and other professional service firms. He has 25 years of experience building information governance, records management and other enterprise software products.
  • Irene Mo

    Irene Mo is a rising-2L at Michigan State University College of Law. At the University of Michigan-Dearborn, she earned a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics. As an undergraduate, she worked as a legal clerk at Bodman PLC in Detroit, Michigan, Finance Director for David Knezek for State Senate in 2014, and a personal banker for Citizens Bank. Irene is interested in information security and privacy law and she is passionate about increasing access to legal services through the integration of legal technology and lean process management.
  • Irfan Ak

    Irfan Ak is a digital marketing strategist at Branex & a guest blogger on various websites. He has worked with various other brands and created value for them.
  • Isaac Kohen

    Isaac Kohen is VP of R&D at Teramind, a leading global provider of employee monitoring, data loss prevention (“DLP”) and workplace productivity solutions. Follow on Twitter: @teramindco.
  • Ivy Grey

    Ivy B. Grey is the author of American Legal Style for PerfectIt, and is a Senior Attorney at Griffin Hamersky LLP. She's been named as a Rising Star in the New York Metro Area for three consecutive years, and her significant representations include In re AMR Corp. (American Airlines), In re Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP, In re Eastman Kodak Company, and In re Nortel Networks Inc. Ivy currently lives in Chicago and practices law remotely in New York. She received her B.A. from Scripps College in Claremont, California, her J.D. from the University of Houston Law Center, and her LL.M. in corporate bankruptcy from St. John’s University School of Law in Queens, New York.
  • Jack Williams

    Jack D. Williams is the general counsel of The QTI Group, a human resources firm that provides staffing solutions, professional and executive recruiting, consulting, and partnership services to businesses and non-profit organizations. Previously Jack was in private practice where he specialized in civil litigation and appellate advocacy.
  • Jacob Field

    Jacob Field is the founder of Prelimine, a producer of litigation-oriented software that aims to automate repetitive tasks while minimizing errors, as well as overhead costs for law firms. Prior to founding Prelimine, Jacob worked as a consultant, helping federal and Fortune 500 clients with process improvement, cost reduction, and strategic sourcing initiatives.
  • Jacqui Pryor

    Jacqui Pryor is a registered trademark attorney based in Australia who provides trademark registration services, searches and other matters regarding trademarking. For more information be sure to visit Mark My Words Trademarks.
  • Jake Frazier

    Jake Frazier is a senior managing director at FTI Consulting, based in Houston. He heads the information governance and compliance practice in the technology segment. Frazier assists legal, records, information technology and information security departments identify, develop, evaluate and implement in-house electronic discovery and information governance processes, programs and solutions.
  • Jake Heller

    Jake Heller is the founder of Casetext. He has been honored as Forbes 30 Under 30 for law and policy and Fastcase 50 for legal innovation, and the team includes attorneys from Stanford and Yale with experience in BigLaw, government, nonprofits, and top law journals, along with engineers and data scientists from places like Google and IBM, all committed to making the law free and understandable. For more information, visit .
  • James A. Farr

    James Farr is a criminal and traffic ticket defense attorney at Anchorage, Alaska. Mr. Farr moved from the Midwest to Alaska over 30 years ago, seeking adventure and his future, in a wild and beautiful location. In addition to briefly commercial fishing and working in oil exploration on Alaska’s North Slope, Mr. Farr has been an Alaska state court Magistrate at Anchorage and in the Bush; a state administrative hearing officer; and Anchorage coroner and public administrator. For 25 years Mr. Farr has closely followed the use of computers in law offices. For the past 16 years he has had his own solo law firm. For the past 3 years, Mr. Farr has successfully had his entire law office in a private cloud, utilizing data servers located thousands of miles from his physical location. Mr. Farr currently uses Abacus Private Cloud as his private cloud platform of choice.
  • James Baxter

    James Baxter is professional ghostwriter, editor at write my essay and blogger, who loves sharing his experience and knowledge with readers. He is especially interested in marketing, blogging and IT. James is always happy to visit different places and meet new people there.
  • Jan Vekemans

    Jan Vekemans is the CTO at Criptyque, makers of the Pryvate app. Jan is an engineer with 30 years’ experience in the IT sector. Over his career Jan has successfully developed Vasco Data Security’s two-factor authentication business, and evangelised and sold Public Key infrastructure at Baltimore Technologies, Cryptocard and Regify. Jan has also served as Project Manager and Director of Business Development at Option and assisted in new technology introduction through Thin Client SSL VPN and IP Sec VPN, as well as encryption and secure voice connectivity, designing best-in-class solutions and products. Jan began his career with Commodore Communications and has a degree in IT from Katholieke Hogeschool Leuven in 1981.
  • Jana Eatman

    Jana Eatman is a Brand Strategist at Spotlight Branding, where she focuses on teaching attorneys how to create a brand that is truly unforgettable. In addition to branding and marketing, Jana is passionate about coaching volleyball.
  • Janice Hollman

    Janice Hollman is the Relativity Academic Partner program manager at kCura and legal technology instructor at Portland Community College. She works closely with educators to assist with building and executing on legal technology education efforts in law schools and paralegal programs. LinkedIn:
  • Jared Coseglia

    Jared Coseglia is the founder and CEO of TRU Staffing Partners, an Inc 5000 Fastest Growing American Company 2017 and National Law Journal's #1 Legal Staffing Agency, and has over 13 years of experience placing thousands of professionals in e-discovery, litigation support, cybersecurity and broadly throughout legal and technology staffing.
  • Jaron Rubenstein

    Jaron Rubenstein is the founder and president of Rubenstein Technology Group, a software engineering firm focused on the development of empowering user experiences for the web and mobile apps. RubensteinTech has launched award-winning websites and mobile applications for numerous top law firms built on the industry-leading RubyLaw content management system. Taking an iterative approach to site improvement, Jaron has helped ensure that firms continuously leverage their website technology investments. Jaron is an active member and frequent speaker at Legal Marketing Association events.
  • Jason Komninos

    Jason Komninos, Esq. is a solo-practitioner with an office in Hackensack, NJ. He focuses his practice on criminal law, municipal court, and litigation. Mr. Komninos graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. in psychology from the University of Hartford. He received his J.D. from Pace University School of Law. In 2015, Mr. Komninos was elected to serve as the Senior Legislative Coordinator for the Municipal Court Practice Section of the New Jersey Bar Association.
  • Jackson Burke

    As AssureSign’s content crafter, Jackson drives the adoption for innovative technology among leading markets, including the legal industry. He was first introduced to nuances within the legal sector after heading a successful marketing campaign to elect his hometown’s sitting judge. Before becoming a vernacular guru, Jackson received his B.S. and M.Ed. from Middle Tennessee State University, just outside his birthplace of Nashville, Tennessee.
  • Jason Glass

    Jason M. Glass is Chief Strategy Officer of Haystack Information Discovery ("HAYSTACKID"), the premier technology-neutral litigation support consulting/solutions organization. Mr. Glass is dedicated to servicing and consulting nationally for our corporate clients. Prior to HAYSTACKID, he was Vice President of Business Development for The Association of Work Process Improvement ("TAWPI"), a global document management professional association. In his role at TAWPI, he focused on implementing document management and Electronically Stored Information ("ESI") standards across a variety of vertical markets, providing document management process improvement strategies for many Fortune 500 corporations. In addition, Mr. Glass led TAWPI's market research initiatives, becoming a reliable subject matter expert in the field of complex document management. Mr. Glass also worked in a high-level litigation support capacity at Sidley Austin, an international business law firm in Chicago. In addition to his on-site litigation support duties at Sidley, he worked in a sales and business development role for a global litigation support service provider working on high profile cases with many of the top 100 law firms in the country. As a former college Division I baseball stand-out he is still passionate about baseball and enjoys volunteering and coaching the local high school team in Marblehead, Massachusetts, where he resides with his wife and three boys.
  • Jason Park

    Jason Park is the vice president of digital forensic services at BIA, a leading forensics and e-discovery firm. A Certified Cyber Forensics Professional (CCFP) and licensed private investigator with over two decades of experience in e-discovery and computer forensics, Jason has managed digital forensic examinations, data collection processes, social media discovery, and other forensic investigation and analysis services for matters of all sizes and complexities.
  • Jason Reid

    Jason is a Solutions Consultant at HighQ. He has over 15 years working in legal technology services, E-discovery consulting and project management. Before joining HighQ in 2018, Jason was the litigation support manager at Morrison Cohen where he streamlined e-discovery process and built a revenue-generating department through strategic partnerships and deploying best of breed software solutions. Jason now focuses on developing legal practice and service delivery solutions for clients.
  • Jason Vander Meer

    As vice president of product management at Litera Microsystems, Jason is responsible for defining and negotiating the strategic vision, planning, execution, delivery and launch of products in the Litera Microsystems suite. Before joining the product team with Litera Microsystems in 2017, Jason served as director of product management at Eze Software Group and oversaw the successful delivery and adoption of electronic trading products in the financial services industry. Jason has filled prior product roles at Barclays and Lehman Brothers, leading teams that deliver high-speed trading networks and high-volume trade analytic tools. He graduated from Grand Valley State University in Michigan and received his master’s in information system management from DePaul University in Chicago.
  • Jason Wang

    Jason Wang is the Founder and CEO of TrueVault, a data security company that is transforming how companies handle personal data. Businesses use personal data to shape customer experience, but security risks mount as more sensitive data is collected. TrueVault tackles this problem by helping companies protect, understand, and manage their data, so any company can provide a personalized experience while boosting data security and reducing liability. Prior to TrueVault, Jason was employee No. 1 and VP of Technology at ScoreBig. He built from the ground up and was a part of the team that raised more than $30 million from Bain Capital Ventures and U.S. Venture Partners. He was also a Technology Director at Razorfish/Microsoft. He holds a BS from the University of California, Irvine, in information and computer science.
  • Jayne Navarre

    Jayne Navarre, Exec. Director of LawGravity LLC, provides leadership in marketing innovation, driven by web technologies, for clients positioned around the world. Author of the essential book, social.lawyers, WEST, 2010 ed., and the groundbreaking white paper on law firms and social media, “Humans Seek Connection,” LMA, 2008, she blogs at the If it can be imagined, let’s make it happen. LinkedIn | Twitter.
  • Jean Philippe Belanger

    My name is Jean and I am a technology manager. I’ve been reviewing various products and best prices to get them on LeMeilleurAvis over 5 years now.  With these apps, no matter which profession you are in, studying the law is made easy and even more importantly easy to access and free.
  • Jeff Segarra

    Jeff Segarra is the Senior Director of Product Marketing for the Nuance Document Imaging Division. He is responsible for the global team that delivers industry product positioning, messaging and content to help our customers around the world identify how Nuance solutions can meet their needs. Jeff enjoys speaking and writing about business process improvement, The Internet of Things, document security, document conversion technologies and personal productivity. He has an MBA from Iona College, Hagan School of Business and has been working with software technology for 20 years. Jeff is an original New Yorker and, therefore, a staunch Yankees fan – in the heart of Red Sox nation.
  • Jeff Argast

    Jeff Argast is the Chief Technology Officer of Litify: an integrated, intuitive legal platform that streamlines and automates task management, document generation, intake management, and client communications. Built on, Litify is a secure, extensible platform that provides data-driven insights to help law firms scale and increase their bottom line. You can download Litify’s latest free white paper, “Law 2.0: The Disruptors, Innovators, and the Laggards Who May Be Left Behind,” here:
  • Jeff Chandler

    Jeff Chandler is President of American Technology Services. With its headquarters in Fairfax, VA and offices in Baltimore, MD, Bethesda, MD, Chicago, IL, and Raleigh, NC, American Technology Services provides unparalleled services in information technology to support small and mid-sized business. ATS’s services span the full range of IT issues, from managed services and infrastructure support, to web design and applications support, to IT operations in the cloud and on premise. Our approach is unique – we listen to your needs first, and then recommend and implement the best set of solutions, on budget and on time.
  • Jeff Cox

    Jeff Cox is the Director of Content & Data Acquisition for UniCourt, a SaaS offering using machine learning to disrupt the way court records are organized, accessed, and used. Jeff’s a Florida attorney, who loves all things legaltech and serves as a Board Member of Bay Area Legal Services, a local legal aid organization where he regularly volunteers to provide pro bono legal services.
  • Jeff Pfeifer

    Jeff Pfeifer is vice president of Product Management for LexisNexis. Over a 28-year career in legal technology, he has worked to introduce a series of cutting-edge solutions for lawyers and other legal professionals. He is responsible for the product development strategy for LexisNexis in North America and is leveraging artificial intelligence to deliver better outcomes for his customers. Follow him on Twitter @JeffPfeifer.
  • Jeff Schoenberger

    Jeffrey R. Schoenberger, Esq. is an attorney and consultant for Affinity Consulting. Prior to joining Affinity, Jeffrey practiced law as an Equal Justice Works / AmeriCorps Legal Fellow for the Legal Aid Society of Southwest Ohio. His practice focused on representing homeowners in foreclosure cases, tenants in eviction actions, and individuals in divorce actions. While with Legal Aid, Jeffrey worked with over 130 distressed homeowners in their counseling and litigation activities, and represented over 90 tenants in eviction and living conditions advocacy. Finally, he lead seminars training non-profit housing counselors on the rapidly-evolving government and private sector foreclosure prevention programs. At Affinity, he specializes in HotDocs document assembly software, desktop office software, and Apple Macintosh and iOS hardware and software. Jeffrey received a B.A. in History from Yale University and J.D. from the University of Virginia. He became a member of the Ohio Bar in 2008. He is a member of the American Bar Association, Ohio Bar Association, and Cincinnati Bar Association. He can be reached at or on Twitter @jrsch.
  • Jeffery Lauria

    As Vice President of Technology, Jeffery Lauria is responsible for managing iCorps' client accounts and technology partnerships. Jeffery ensures iCorps' competencies represent the most innovative technologies so that our clients are positioned for optimal efficiency and enterprise-level security. His leadership in migrating clients to Microsoft's Office 365 suite and Azure platform have contributed to iCorps' success as a top cloud partner in the Northeast. His passion for helping organizations work more productively through the use of technology is recognized and appreciated by iCorps' clients across all industries. Jeffery is a highly accomplished Information Security Executive whose experience spans over twenty years in all facets of information technology. He participates actively in the IT community focusing on cloud services, security and IT governance. Jeffery's certifications include CISSP, CGEIT, CISA, CRISC, CCISO, CCSK and MCSE.
  • Jeffrey Grobart

    Jeffrey Grobart is a Senior Director in the FTI Technology practice of FTI Consulting and is based in Chicago, IL. In this role, Mr. Grobart leads complex electronic discovery matters from initial consultation and workflow design through production. Mr. Grobart is an expert in the use of litigation technology across the EDRM. He specializes in electronic discovery, database and repository creation and management, review management, native file processing, document review, and courtroom presentation technologies.
  • Jeffrey Lewis

    Jeffrey Lewis has been practicing law in Southern California since 1996. His firm, Broedlow Lewis LLP, is located in the Palos Verdes Peninsula in California. Mr. Lewis’ practice includes land use matters, civil and criminal appellate proceedings and select business litigation matters in courts throughout California. The firm's past and current clients include hospitals, hotels, real estate developers, manufacturers, general contractors and other businesses. Mr. Lewis is a certified appellate specialist by the California State Bar Board of Legal Specialization.
  • Jeffrey Shavitz

    Jeffrey Shavitz is the founder of LexCharge LLC., a nationally-recognized credit card processing company focused exclusively on the legal industry. Prior to LexCharge, Jeff co-founded Charge Card Systems Inc. which grew to 700 salespeople offering merchant services programs to businesses nationally. Jeff has also published five business books, including his #1 Amazon best-selling book Size Doesn’t Matter—Why Small Business is BIG Business, and is a contributing writer for Entrepreneur Magazine and The Business Journals. Contact Jeff at 800-878-4100 or
  • Jenna Cyprus

    Jenna Cyprus is a freelance writer from Renton, WA who is particularly interested in business and legal matters. Follow her on Twitter.
  • Jennifer Broflowski

    Jennifer Broflowski is a renowned freelance writer. She offers her knowledge and expertise in writing to multiple writing services including CraftResumes. Jennifer comes as a native of Gold Coast, Australia. Along with her love for animals, she fills her weekends with lots of activities such as volunteering at animal shelters and even birdwatching. Jennifer also has a blog, where she provides useful business tips to entrepreneurs. And when she is away from blogging or freelancing, she spends most of her time reading science fiction books.
  • Jennifer Mannier

    Jennifer Mannier is a Senior Strategist at M Moser Associates, an architecture and design firm specialized in the design and delivery of business and workplace transformations. Jennifer has a passion for understanding human behavior and performance at work. She puts this passion to the service of her clients by helping them unleash the performance of their people through purposeful and tailored workplace solutions that focus on aligning human behaviour, space design, and technology. With twenty years of experience consulting on best strategy and workplace performance for clients across a variety of industries, she is able to quickly understand her clients’ unique business and culture. This, coupled with her background in business and management, gives her clients the success in leveraging the workplace to accelerate business transformation. Jennifer works with clients on a global and local level throughout the life cycle of a project, from portfolio strategy to master planning, workplace strategy, programming and change management.
  • Jennifer Parker

    Jennifer Parker is the Chief Experience Officer at Adaptive Solutions, a leading national legal technology partner to law firms and corporate legal teams. Jennifer works with clients to assure that the correct solutions are selected and implemented for maximum user acceptance. She can be reached at
  • Jerry Ropelato and Dr. Jonathan Morris

    Jerry Ropelato is CEO and Founder of WhiteClouds, the premier software platform to deliver 3D experiences and products for mass markets and owner of the world's largest full-color 3D-printing facility. Jonathan M. Morris, M.D. Co-director of the 3D Printing/Anatomic Modeling Laboratory, and a member of the Division of Neuroradiology where he specializes in minimally invasive thermal ablation of tumors.
  • Jess Walter

    Jess Walter is a freelance writer and mother. She loves the freedom that comes with freelance life and the additional time it means she gets to spend with her family and pets.
  • Jessica A. Beyer

    Jessica Beyer’s employment with The Schroeder Group started in September of 1998. Jessica’s career began with a position as the Firm’s receptionist. As Jessica’s experience grew so did her responsibilities at the Firm. It was not long before Jessica assumed the position of Administrative Assistant. Her expertise and knowledge of the Firm’s systems made for an easy transition to being the Firm's Office Manager, and, ultimately, to her current role as Office Administrator. Jessica is responsible for management of the Firm's finances, human resources, technology, facilities and operations and marketing, as well as general administration. She also enjoys assisting the Firm in community-related events and manages TSG Connections, the Firm's community focused Facebook page.
  • Jessica Chapman

    Jessica Chapman is a writer and editor from Chicago. She’s also counted among the top essay writers in the academic writing field. Her current work is with a professional essay writing service and freelance work from some of the best essay writing services. Her hobbies include sport and domestic traveling. Find her on Facebook.
  • Jessica Martin

    Jessica is a professional content writer with work experience of over 10 years. Presently she is working as a freelancer. She likes sharing her knowledge in a wide range of domains ranging from marketing to technology and entrepreneurship.
  • Jim Calloway

    Jim Calloway is the Director of the Oklahoma Bar Association Management Assistance Program. He publishes the blog Jim Calloway’s Law Practice Tips. Mr. Calloway also produces, with Sharon Nelson, the monthly podcast The Digital Edge: Lawyers and Technology. He is a former chair of ABA TECHSHOW and is currently co-chair of the ABA Law Practice Division’s Futures Initiative. He is also a member of the Law Practice Magazine editorial board.
  • Jim Klein

    Jim Klein is the founder and president of Acrobat Marketing, Inc., an advisory service that is devoted to working with attorneys and their firms to create strategic plans and workable implementation for those who want and/or need to create new revenue. Jim works one-on-one to equip attorneys with the tools they need to attract and sustain client acquisition. He developed his methodology and approach after a career in marketing and business development, including extensive strategic planning and selling experience as well as the purchase and sale of two businesses. Check out the blog on for more information.
  • Joe K. Kelly

    Joe Kelly is always thinking of ways to improve legal technology and access to justice. His background includes thirteen years of experience as a web developer, and upon graduating from Michigan State University College of Law in 2013, he joined global legal service provider Novus Law.
  • Joe Bartolo

    Joe Bartolo, J.D., Information Governance and Risk Solutions of Knovos, LLC, is a former litigator in New York State, with 13+ years of experience providing consultative information management and eDiscovery services. Joe is a past VP in the Metro New York Chapter of ACEDS, and the Co-Chair of their Educational Committee. Mr. Bartolo is a former working group leader in the EDRM, and has instructed continuing legal education courses about eDiscovery and information governance throughout the United States. Mr. Bartolo has authored several published articles related to technology utilized by law firms, corporations, consultancies, and government agencies. Joe received a Juris Doctorate Degree from Rutgers School of Law – Newark in 1992, and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science from New York University in 1989. Follow Joe on Twitter @joseph_bartolo
  • Joe Kelly

    Joe Kelly, founder and CEO of Legal Workspace, formally launched the company in 2010. In 2006, he first saw the potential for the Legal Workspace solution because of his broad exposure to how law firms operate. The evolution of virtualization, connectivity and hosting technologies made Legal Workspace a commercially viable solution, and it went live with its first client firm in 2008.
  • Joe Mornin

    Joe Mornin is a software engineer and recent graduate of Berkeley Law. He's the creator of Bestlaw, a free app that makes legal research faster and easier. He's worked at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the Center for Democracy & Technology, the Berkman Center for Internet & Society, and Winston & Strawn LLP.
  • Joe Valof

    Joe Valof, Esq has been an in-house transactional//Product counsel for over 45 years serving in the technical/software marketplace, the last 20 as an IGC [Independent General Counsel]. He formed AIGC [Association of Independent General Counsel] which grew from an initial 6 members to over 40. He served on the ‘Commission On Software Issues In the 80’s’ [an industry consortium developing long range software licensing policies]. He has also been a panel member on various industry seminars, He is a SCORE volunteer and provides pro-bono legal services to 501(c) (3) community oriented nonprofits. Joe received his law degree from New England Law/Boston and both his MBA and BS degrees from Northeastern University.
  • Johannes Stiehler

    Johannes Stiehler is the is chief technology officer at ayfie, which offers search and text analytics solutions that bring structure to unstructured data.
  • John H. Bedard, Jr.

    John H. Bedard, Jr. is an AV rated attorney and nationally recognized authority on Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and the Fair Credit reporting Act. John is recognized by Collection Advisor magazine as one of the nation's top 50 most influential people in the collection industry. He serves as the State of Georgia Compliance Chairperson for ACA International and is a former Chairperson and Program Designation award recipient of ACA International's Members Attorney Program. Bedard Law Group, P.C. is located in Atlanta, Georgia and focuses its practice on providing compliance and defense litigation services to the credit and collection industries.
  • John Forbes

    John Forbes, the CEO and Founder of Centerbase, brings years of expertise in the technology industry to his company. With a background in IBM and several technology start-ups, John's always looking for new ways to provide unique solutions to his clients' problems. In 2003, John founded Centerbase in Dallas as a fully integrated and customizable practice management platform for small-to-medium sized law firms.
  • John Gilbert

    John Gilbert is Senior Vice President at nQueue, a provider of cost recovery and document scanning and routing solutions worldwide. He can be reached at
  • John Hinson

    John Hinson is the Administrative Director and Editor at Spotlight Branding. When he’s not supervising content or working behind the scenes to keep things running smoothly, John is visiting waterfalls and writing his next book.
  • John Loughnane

    John G. Loughnane is a partner in the Corporate & Transactions Department of Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP in Boston, Massachusetts.
  • John Tredennick

    John Tredennick is the founder and CEO of the e-discovery company Catalyst. John is passionate about the role of search in e-discovery. Before founding Catalyst in 2000, he was a trial lawyer and litigation partner. John has been a frequent speaker on legal and technology issues for more than 30 years. He’s also written and edited five best-selling books and countless articles on litigation and technology issues.
  • Jonathan Parker-Bray

    Jonathan Parker-Bray is a proven entrepreneur and strategist with 15 years' telecommunications industry experience. Jonathan founded Criptyque in 2013 to develop the Pryvate platform and address the need for reliable, secure, and user-friendly communication.
  • Jonathan Reed

    Jonathan Reed is the CEO and Co-Founder of AdvoLogix, a cloud-based legal matter and practice management platform founded in 2006. Reed is an experienced enterprise software executive having worked at Compaq Computer, BMC Software, Sybase, NEON Systems, and Cisco Systems. Reed was the Senior Vice President of Marketing and marketing team lead for NEON System’s IPO and spent 6 years as an officer of the publicly traded company thereafter. He can be reached at
  • Jonathan Rosenfeld

    Attorney Jonathan Rosenfeld at has dedicated his life to giving a voice to those who would not otherwise have one. He represents the two most vulnerable populations in society: infants and the elderly. His life's work is to provide special protection to the vulnerable against people who injure, neglect, or abuse them.
  • Jonathan Tobin

    Jonathan Tobin is a California attorney and graduate of the UCLA School of Law. Prior to becoming a lawyer, he worked as a software developer and graphic designer for nearly fifteen years. He currently runs Counsel for Creators, a Los Angeles law firm that works exclusively with clients in the arts, media and technology. His website is and he can be found on Twitter at @jontobinesq.
  • Jonathon Fishman

    For 25 years, Jonathon Fishman, Founder & Chief Services Officer of LeanLaw, has participated at an executive level in five early stage efforts, with a knack for translating and interpreting market conditions into internal and external objectives. He has developed businesses around immature markets in the areas of tele-health, educational assessment, interactive television, video game and web development and mobile technology.
  • Josh Becker

    Josh Becker is a long-time recognized thought leader on leveraging technology to improve the practice of law. As Lexis Head of Legal Analytics, he is responsible for defining their Legal Analytics strategy and vision. Josh also leads the LexisNexis Legaltech Accelerator program. As Chairman, Lex Machina, Josh continues in an ongoing role as an advisor. Previously, Josh served as Lex Machina CEO for seven years leading strategy and operations. During his tenure, Lex Machina was acquired by LexisNexis. Josh was part of the Founding team of (NYSE:DHX) and ran corporate development at Agile Software (sold to Oracle). He was a Venture Capitalist at Redpoint Ventures and then a Founding General Partner of New Cycle Capital. Previously he also worked at McKinsey & Co. and Netscape. He co-founded and remains Chair of The Full Circle Fund, a coalition of technology and business leaders that collectively funds and supports leading social entrepreneurs. In 2015, Josh received The Jefferson Award for public service for his work with Full Circle Fund. Josh founded Startup2Startup, an entrepreneur dinner/discussion group and is active with the Stanford Angels and Entrepreneurs. Josh earned a joint J.D./M.B.A. from Stanford University and a B.A. from Williams College.
  • Joshua Dalrymple

    Joshua Dalrymple is a professor for Kaplan University’s Department of Legal Studies in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences and specializes in legal technology, ethics in legal environment, employment law, and real estate and tenant law. The views expressed in this article are solely those of the author and do not represent the view of Kaplan University.
  • Joyce Brafford

    Joyce Brafford is a practice management advisor at the North Carolina Bar Association. She’s interested in technology, legal education, law office management, as well as pit bulls and hedgehogs. You can follow her @joyce_brafford.
  • JR Jenkins

    JR Jenkins is a Managing Director at FTI Consulting and leads Product Marketing for the Technology segment. In this role, Mr. Jenkins works closely with FTI clients and partners to assess needs, business opportunities and help drive future product development priorities for Ringtail e-discovery software.
  • Judye Carter Releford

    Judye Carter Releford received a B.A degree in Communications from Pepperdine University and a M.A. in Management from University of Phoenix. Judye has worked with the BigHand Create product (formerly known as iCreate), since 1997. Today, Judye is an integral part of the BigHand team as Director of Client Development where she enjoys participating in international business development efforts, contributing to industry thought leadership and delivering training via weekly webinars. She can be reached at
  • Julian Pipolo

    Julian is an Australasian lawyer working at a top-tier firm predominantly in administrative law. He also has experience working with law firms on their internal legal innovation programs, including on the investment and procurement of legal startups, and has been involved as an advisor and employee on a number start-ups himself.
  • Julie R. Bryan

    Julie Rising Bryan is an attorney at Casner & Edwards, LLP, where she practices as a business litigator and counselor to clients relating to a wide variety of disputes, including construction, employment, intellectual property, and contracts of all types. Ms. Bryan got her JD from the University of Chicago Law School, and her BA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
  • Julie Howell

    Julie Howell is the Marketing Director at Postali. Postali helps lawyers across the country grow their business by targeted direct mail campaigns, award-winning web design and digital marketing management including SEO, PPC, public relations, legal content writing and social media.
  • Julie M. Tolek

    A solo family law attorney in Boston, Julie Tolek is equal parts geek, lawyer, entrepreneur, and marketing maven. Julie launched her firm Think Pink Law with the goal of providing her clients with convenient access to the law by harnessing technology and keeping things real with a human touch, making the law less intimidating and more accessible. With a previous career in leadership and technology training, Julie is naturally hardwired to solve problems. When not running outdoors or stuffing her face in Boston’s dining culture, you can catch her online at (@legallyblondbos) and
  • Justin Havre

    Justin Havre is the team leader and owner of Justin Havre & Associates.
  • Justin Meyer

    Justin A. Meyer is an attorney on Long Island, NY with Meyer and Associates, Counselors at Law, PLLC. His practice focuses on helping small business owners and families, and he handles business law, estate planning and real estate matters. He is licensed in New York, New Jersey, and Florida, and can be reached at
  • Karen Dyck

    Karen Dyck is a freelance lawyer practicing in Manitoba, Canada. Through primarily project-based work, she combines her interests in access to justice and equality with her legal and non-profit sector experience. She is an active member of the Manitoba Bar Association and Canadian Bar Association and currently sits as a member of the Canadian Bar Association’s Futures Initiative Steering Committee. Karen blogs weekly on the collaborative law blog, and writes on risk management topics for Canadian Lawyers Insurance Association. She has been practicing law since 1993 and received her LL.B. from University of Manitoba and B.A. from University of Winnipeg.
  • Karlyn McKell

    Karlyn McKell is a writer who specializes in the technology and insurance spaces. She believes the best ingredients for success are passion and purpose.
  • Kate Khom

    Kate is a passionate writer who likes sharing her thoughts and experience with the readers. Currently, she works as an online reputation manager. She likes everything related to traveling and new countries.
  • Katherine Doble

    Katherine Doble is President of Ingage Biz, an international digital marketing firm headquartered in Miami, Florida.
  • Katherine Rundell

    Katherine Rundell is a legal writer at services. She regularly writes about legal podcasts, including offering reviews on the latest podcasts available. Katherine is particularly interested in legal tech podcasts, as well as writing about the most recent landmark rulings and the latest news from courtrooms. When not writing, Katherine enjoys listening to podcasts and reading.
  • Katherine Webre

    Katherine Webre is a passionate writer who is proud to be associated with She has dedicated her career to represent the most vulnerable among us, children who have suffered severe injustice. Beyond legal action, Katherine also takes up the pen to raise awareness and inform audiences about birth injuries. By sharing her expertise, she hopes to empower people to act against any prejudice.
  • Kayla Matthews

    Kayla Matthews is a legal and technology journalist with expertise in IT, cyber security, business efficiency and professional productivity. Her work has appeared in publications such as VentureBeat, VICE’s Motherboard, Gear Diary,, The Huffington Post, CloudTweaks, and others. She is a senior writer for MakeUseOf and the owner and editor of the productivity and tech blog Productivity Bytes.
  • Keidar-Vromen-Goldstand

    Roy Keidar has a diverse background in policy, law and technology. His legal expertise is in the fields of international law, security and emerging technologies. Apart from his legal expertise Roy is an entrepreneur at heart. He has co-founded the Cross Lab Network (XLN), a global network of maker-spaces designed to provide wide-spread access to digital fabrication technologies. Previously Roy has worked for 3 years as the CEO of the Reut Institute one of Israel's leading strategy and policy groups dealing with Israel's most pressing issues on national security, social and economic development and science and technology. Nimrod Vromen's practice focuses on representation of publicly traded companies in Israel and abroad, and on representation of technology companies and Israeli and foreign venture capital funds, with an emphasis on private financings involving both established and emerging companies, corporate partnerships, strategic investors and joint ventures. Ahuva Goldstand is a legal clerk who’s work focuses on the intersection between law, technology, and culture, including the development of policy for Internet and other emerging technologies.
  • Ken Paquia

    Ken Paquia is the Information Security Manager for ABI Document Support Services. Ken has over 24 years of experience in Information Technology and Security with Master’s Degree in Information Technology and Computer Resources and certifications in Certified Information Systems Security Professional(CISSP), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) and  Project Management Professional (PMP).
  • Ken Seddon

    Ken Seddon is CEO of LOT Network, Inc., a non-profit community of companies committed to protecting its members from costly patent troll litigation. Ken has been an executive at some of the largest patent holders in the world including Apple, Micron, Motorola, Intel and ARM. He has developed product IP strategies, and acquired and defended patents from PAE assertions.
  • Kennet Westby

    Kennet Westby is the Co-Founder and Chief Strategist at Coalfire. He provides cyber risk advisory to some of the world’s largest organizations and is a regular participant in programs advancing cyber risk management.
  • Kenneth Jones

    Kenneth Jones oversees technology at Tanenbaum Keale LLP as Chief Technologist. He leads efforts to support TK’s computing environment and infrastructure, which features a strategy of professionally protecting and processing client data in the Cloud with leading-edge business partners. Additionally, Ken leads the Firm’s SaaS technology subsidiary, Xerdict Group LLC, which offers sophisticated case management and collaboration products on the legal market. He is a frequent contributor to a variety of online and print publications, writing on concepts and issues of legal technology
  • Kenneth Zais

    Kenneth Zais is president and owner of O’Brien & Levine Court Reporting Services in Boston, providing worldwide coverage. An innovator and leader in the field, Mr. Zais has continually introduced technology that improves efficiencies for litigation practices at depositions, arbitrations, trials and hearings.
  • Kenny Trinh

    I am the editor of a gadget review publication. We have helped thousands of readers in gaining knowledge around all kinds of tech subjects. I think I can provide some cool insight into your article.
  • Keri Mahoney

    Keri Mahoney is both a registered nurse and an attorney – she has worked as an oncology nurse for nearly ten years and recently launched a solo law practice through Touro Law Center’s Community Justice Program. Ms. Mahoney was Valedictorian of the part-time division of Touro Law Center’s Class of 2014 and was an active participant in both moot court and law review. Ms. Mahoney primarily practices in the area of elder law including Article 81 guardianships. She is admitted to practice in New York State as well as in the federal court in the Eastern District of New York. For more information, visit her law office’s website at,.
  • Keri C. Norris

    Keri Coleman Norris joined LegalShield, formerly Pre-Paid Legal Services, Inc., as its first General Counsel in 2003.  Today she manages the company’s corporate legal matters, governmental and regulatory affairs, and oversees delivery of the company’s core product offering, legal services.   Keri earned her B.A. in English in 1994 from Oklahoma City University, summa cum laude, and her J.D. in 1997, also summa cum laude, from Oklahoma City University School of Law.  Keri joined LegalShield after working as a litigation attorney for Crowe & Dunlevy, PC in Oklahoma City, and Hunton & Williams, PC in Raleigh, North Carolina.  A member of the American Bar Association, and the Oklahoma and North Carolina Bar Associations, Keri serves as Chairman of the ABA’s Standing Committee on Group and Prepaid Legal Services and the Board of Directors for the Group Legal Services Association.    A two time nominee for Oklahoma’s Woman of the Year “Fifty Making a Difference”, Keri serves on a variety of local and state nonprofit boards, and was elected in 2015 to the Ada City Schools Board of Education where she is currently serving as President.   A native of Ada, Oklahoma, Keri lives in Ada with her husband, Ty, and son, Coleman, a high school Senior.
  • Kevin Martez

    "Technical Content writing is my passion. I have broad experience in writing for the technical field. I started my writing at the age of sixteen when I was in college. Now I’m already writing for contribution sites as an independent influencer. I wrote many articles on medium and many of them are published in various publications. I wrote many case studies for businesses and nowadays working on AML Screening technology to let them know the real need for digital transformation for their business."
  • Kim Hemphry

    Kim Hemphry is a freelance writer with a passion for learning new things. He writes regularly about business, legal topics, home improvement, relationships, and life.
  • Amy Kosey

    Amy Kosey has over 25 years of legal technology experience. She has served as an Account Executive with Innovative Computing Systems since 2016. You can reach her at
  • Kristi Singal

    Kristi Singal is Co-founder & President of Financial Software Solutions, a Houston-based provider of legal and bankruptcy software solutions. She has over 15 years of experience in software product development and has provided leadership for the company’s two primary product lines, the latest of which, BlueStylus, delivers a suite of easy-to-use tools for attorneys to track time and collaborate on documents in a secure, cloud-based platform. The company’s flagship product, TrusteSolutions, is an advanced bankruptcy case management system. Kristi holds a BA degree in Psychology from Washington University in St. Louis. She is a current member of the president’s circle of the National Association of Bankruptcy Trustees (NABT).
  • Kristin Tyler

    Kristin Tyler is Co-Founder of LAWCLERK, where attorneys go to hire freelance lawyers. She is also a trusts and estates lawyer, busy mom, and a firm believer that the practice of law can be rewarding despite its daily demands.
  • Kristy Rodd

    Kristy A. K. Rodd is an experienced family law attorney at Honsa Rodd Landry. Kristy has been practicing family law for 21 years. Kristy specializes in business valuation cases, complex property divisions, valuation and division of executive compensation, premarital agreements, complex non-marital tracing, litigation and settlement of marital and non-marital assets, spousal maintenance, and post-dissolution issues. Kristy has been voted as a "Super Lawyer", voted as one of the TOP 100 Attorneys and Top 50 Women Attorneys. Additionally, she’s been recognized by her peers as one of The Best Lawyers in America® in Family Law as well as being named a Fellow in the prestigious American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.
  • Kumud Bika

    Kumud Bika is the VP of Global Customer Success at ContractPodAi. She leads ContractPodAi’s Customer Success team and partners with customers to grow and drive value throughout the customer lifecycle. Read her executive bio here.
  • Kurt Mattson

    Kurt R. Mattson is the President of Union Legal Research. He is the former Director of Library Services and Continuing Education at Lionel Sawyer & Collins in Las Vegas. Prior to this, he worked at BNA and other legal publishers, spending a substantial portion of his career working for Thomson Reuters. He serves as a consultant for several businesses, law firms, and marketing companies.
  • Kyle Hambright

    Kyle Hambright is a passionate writer who greatly enjoys raising awareness on the vast and complex field of personal injuries, his main area of legal expertise. His articles always highlight a cause-effect-solution formula that serves to clearly explain and relate the nature of a legal issue, while conclusively offering his audience a concrete resolution.
  • Lainey Feingold

    Lainey Feingold is a disability rights lawyer focusing on digital access, an international speaker, and the author of Structured Negotiation, A Winning Alternative to Lawsuits. Lainey’s book is packed with win-win stories of legal advocacy with some of the largest organizations in the U.S., all without lawsuits.  In 2017 Lainey was named one of the 13 Legal Rebels by the ABA Journal, the national magazine of the American Bar Association.  That year she was also named the individual recipient of the John W. Cooley Lawyer as Problem Solver award, given annually by the Dispute Resolution Section of the ABA. Lainey has twice been recognized with a California Lawyer Attorney of the Year (CLAY) award (2000 and 2014) for her digital accessibility and Structured Negotiation legal work. More information at, follow Lainey on Twitter at, or connect on LinkedIn at The ABA offers Lainey’s book at a 20% discount when you use the code LFLEGAL20 on the ABA Publishing website.
  • Larry Alton

    Larry Alton is a professional blogger, writer and researcher who contributes to a number of reputable online media outlets and news sources. A graduate of Iowa Sate University, he's now a full-time freelance writer and business consultant. Currently, Larry writes for,, and, among others. In addition to journalism, technical writing and in-depth research, he’s also active in his community and spends weekends volunteering with a local non-profit literacy organization and rock climbing.
  • Larry Port

    Larry Port, Rocket Matter founder and CEO, is a speaker and award winning writer at the crossroads of the legal profession, cutting edge technology, and law firm marketing. Larry speaks to an international audience on technology, productivity, and the business of law and was recently recognized by Fastcase as one of the 50 top innovators in the field of law. He is the author of two books, The Law Firm of Tomorrow and Legal Productivity and also writes extensively for legal publications, including Legal Management, Law Technology News, Law Practice Today, ILTA's Peer to Peer, FindLaw, Chicago Lawyer, and Legal Productivity. He frequently discusses design and efficiency, and quality techniques that can be leveraged by lawyers. He has worked with his client law firms to help them plan their online presence and is aware of what truly works online. Larry Port is the Founder and CEO of Rocket Matter and the co-author of the ABA’s bestselling book, The Lean Law Firm.  He can be reached at
  • Laurence Colletti

    Laurence Colletti is the executive producer for Legal Talk Network. After receiving his J.D. and MBA, Laurence Colletti went into solo practice with emphasis in general business and commercial real estate. He has always carried a strong passion for web-based media with a particular interest in podcasting and video. Laurence leverages his legal background against that passion to help bring sophisticated, relevant content to Legal Talk Network podcasts.
  • Lauryn Haake

    Lauryn Haake is Director, Legal Management Consulting Group at Duff & Phelps. She works with large corporate law departments in industries including automotive, pharmaceutical, financial services and energy on issues ranging from legal department change management to business process automation to electronic billing and training.
  • Leah Jackman-Wheitner

    Leah Jackman-Wheitner, Ph.D., is an Executive Coach specializing in lawyers’ unique issues. In addition to her experience in career, business, and life coaching since 2002, she brings to the table all her insights and skills gained from 11 years of providing psychotherapy. Dr. Leah has helped thousands of people understand who they are, change their lives, and create real life and career happiness. Dr. Leah is a published author who holds master’s and doctorate degrees in counseling psychology from The Ohio State University. She graduated cum laude from the University of Missouri Columbia with a double major in psychology and French, with general honors in psychology. Dr. Leah is a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Dr. Leah has given hundreds of speeches and seminars and is available for keynotes, CLE’s, and workshops. Contact Dr. Leah for information about programs such as Banish Burnout, Redefine Your Career, and Kill the Stress of Practicing Law at or (812) 350-0306.
  • Lecia Kaslofsky

    Lecia Kaslofsky is founder and chief executive officer of FactBox. Ever since learning BASIC for the Apple II as a kid, Lecia has put technology at the center of her professional practice. From founding the investment arm of the first OCC-regulated Internet Bank to being the youngest equity partner of a large investigative firm, Lecia has pioneered the use of tech to reduce inefficiencies and enhance the role of the professional as storyteller. She is a frequent speaker on search technique and strategy, and presents seminars to law firms, bar associations, industry groups and graduate programs. Lecia is a graduate of Vassar College and the past recipient of a research grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
  • Leeza Garber

    Leeza Garber is Corporate Counsel and Director of Business Development at Capsicum Group, LLC. Leeza is a licensed attorney specializing in cybersecurity and privacy law. She has made numerous television appearances as an expert analyst on various legal and tech issues, including segments on the Sony hack, Apple Pay and other mobile payment systems, and the use of social media evidence in the courtroom. She authors cybersecurity articles for The Legal Intelligencer and has provided commentary on privacy and technology for Forbes. Leeza speaks at legal conferences on cybersecurity and digital forensics, and recently was a panelist for the Above the Law Converge Conference in New York City on Online Reputation, Privacy and the Law. Leeza is an alumna of Bryn Mawr College and the University of Pennsylvania Law School.
  • Leo Gutierrez

    Aside from working as a PR and SEO strategist, Leo G is also a tech and finance blogger in his spare time for  Leo studied international politics at Arizona State and creative writing at Scottsdale Comm. College.  For fun you can find him attached (via cord) to his Super Nintendo. Reach out to Leo via his twitter @A2ZLeoG.    
  • Lesley Vos

    Lesley Vos is a web writer and content strategist at Bid4Papers. She’s a regular contributor to publications on business, digital marketing, and self-growth.
  • Carole Levitt and Mark Rosch

    Carole Levitt and Mark Rosch, principals of Internet For Lawyers, are internationally recognized CLE seminar speakers and best-selling ABA authors. They are experts on Internet investigative and legal research, social media research, social media ethics, and technology for lawyers. They have been presenting CLE seminars full-time since 1999. Together, Mark and Carole co-authored several ABA LPM books, including two editions of The Lawyer’s Guide to Fact Finding on the Internet, Google For Lawyers, and Find Info Like a Pro, volumes 1 and 2. They have also co-authored twelve editions of The Cybersleuth's Guide to the Internet. Previously, Carole was a California attorney, a law librarian in Chicago and Los Angeles, and a Legal Research and Writing Professor at Pepperdine University School of Law. In addition to speaking and writing books and articles, Mark blogs and tweets about legal technology issues. He developed the company’s website, blog, Facebook Fan page, and its online CLE education initiative. Mark and Carole are both active in the ABA LPM Section. Mark is a member of the ABA TECHSHOW Board and Carole serves on the Publications Board. She previously served on the Executive Council.
  • Lisa Epperly

    Lisa is a partner at Babb & Epperly, PLLC, and a member of the Mecklenburg County Civil District Courts Committee. She also sits on the subcommittee for scheduling. She has worked with clients of all sizes and types across North Carolina. Her experience includes construction law, commercial collections, and employment related issues. Lisa also works with small and start-up businesses to assist them in putting together business plans, employment manuals, and financial projections and mentors newly minted attorneys. Her background includes positions in technology, law enforcement, and human resources. Lisa has experience in personnel management and employment law, as well as extensive experience in technology related start-ups. Lisa formerly worked for the Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office, assisting that agency in saving $76,000 in training related costs, during the implementation of their offender management computer program.
  • Lucy Taylor

    Lucy Taylor is an avid blogger who enjoys sharing her tips and suggestions with her online readers. Working as a legal expert at LY Lawyers, Lucy often helps people dealing with legal problems, addictions, and crime.
  • Luke Groth

    Luke Groth is an engagement manager at ProSearch, overseeing a dedicated service team that delivers high-value eDiscovery solutions. Luke draws on more than twelve years’ experience working in legal technology alongside Fortune 500 clients responding to litigation, investigations, regulatory and compliance actions. He specializes in creative discovery solutions by promoting continuous improvement in processes, workflows and management of information assets, data visualization, custom development, and team building.
  • Luke Kopmeyer

    Luke Kopmeyer is a solutions consultant at HighQ, a leader in providing collaborative software to the legal industry. Luke has over 10 years of legal experience working as a practicing attorney, eDiscovery project manager and analytics consultant. At HighQ, he focuses on developing innovative technology solutions for legal departments and law firms.
  • Lynne M. Geyser

    Transaction oriented. Problem solver. Attorney, real estate broker, computer consultant. Environments: law firm, law professor, registered legislative advocate, various size corporations, public and private, sole proprietorship & partnership. Represented shopping center owners and managers, tenants, developers, lenders, real estate syndicators, restaurant owners & chefs, optometry company, inventors, car wash consolidators, and a variety of business entities. Reorganized non-profit corporation, set up committee system and overall plan of organization. Listed in Marquis Who’s Who Books: Law, Finance & Industry, Women, West, American Law
  • Lyssa Thaden

    Lyssa has spent over 20 years in higher education, both on college campuses and with nonprofit organizations helping individuals get to (and through) school and on toward their personal, professional and financial dreams. She earned her B.S. in Mathematics Education and Computer Science from Rocky Mountain College, her M.A. in Organizational Leadership from Gonzaga University and her Ph.D. in Sociology from Washington State University. And she is an Accredited Financial Counselor (AFC®).
  • Malik Wasif

    Malik Wasif writes SEO articles and his articles have appeared in a number sites, including,, and His articles focus on balancing informatiion with SEO needs–but never at the expense of providing an entertaining read.
  • Manan Ghadawala

    Manan Ghadawala is the founder of 21Twelve Interactive which is one of the best mobile app development company in India and the USA. He is an idealistic leader with a lively management style and thrives raising the company’s growth with his talents. He is an astounding business professional with astonishing knowledge and applies artful tactics to reach those imaginary skies for his clients. His company is also recognized by the Top Mobile App Development Companies.
  • Mara Adams

    Mara is the Product Manager at Filevine, a cloud-based case management application for legal professionals and firms, and she is a licensed patent attorney
  • Marcin Wojtczak

    Marcin Wojtczak- Chief Strategy Officer at Relativity joined the Relativity team in 2017. He leads Relativity’s teams across Strategy, Business Operations, and Business Analytics. Marcin’s teams are responsible for developing corporate and commercial strategy, making sure that the strategy is well understood throughout the organization, driving the execution of the strategy in collaboration with the teams across the company, leading Relativity’s annual planning process, and implementing a vision of a future-thinking data-driven company that reaches beyond e-discovery and into new markets like unstructured data management and proactive compliance monitoring. Marcin also leads Relativity’s efforts to build a full scale engineering and SaaS operations center in Krakow, Poland to support RelativityOne’s rapid global growth. Prior to joining Relativity, Marcin spent nine years at Bain & Company, where he was advising executive teams of Fortune 500, private equity and privately owned portfolio companies on their full potential and growth strategy across North America, Europe, and Asia. In 2012 he co-founded Bain Poland, new consulting office covering Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). Marcin received his MBA degree from Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan
  • Mark Rosch

    Mark Rosch is Vice-President of Internet for Lawyers and President of its division. He’s an internationally recognized speaker and author on the subjects of using the Internet for investigative and background research. He also writes, speaks, and tweets about legal technology for firms, and on how to use cloud computing tools to improve productivity. He has co-authored numerous books and hundreds of articles on these topics and has received top industry recognition for his work.
  • Mark Cox

    Mark A. Cox is in his 23rd year of practice and is the owner of the Oklahoma law firm, The Law Office of Mark A. Cox, PLLC, where he practices in the areas of nursing home negligence, medical negligence, products liability, motor vehicle accidents and insurance bad faith. Mr. Cox has served on the Board of Directors for the Oklahoma Trial Lawyers Association and has served as faculty of the Oklahoma College of Advocacy. His speaking engagements include “Nursing Home Negligence” for the Oklahoma Trial Lawyers Association; “Nursing Home Law in Oklahoma - Evaluation and Preparation of the Plaintiff's Case” for the Oklahoma Bar Association; “Evaluation and Preparation – Nursing Home Plaintiff's Case” for the Muskogee County Bar Association; “Nursing Home Malpractice in Oklahoma: Successful Case Management From Investigation to Trial” for National Business Institute; “The Secrets of Successful Nursing Home Litigation: New and Improved Techniques in Constructing the Plaintiff's Case” for the Oklahoma Bar Association/Oklahoma Trial Lawyers Association; and “Nursing Home Negligence From Both Sides: The Latest Strategy in Preparing the Plaintiff's Case” for the Oklahoma Trial Lawyers Association. He is a member of the Oklahoma Bar Association and MENSA. Mr. Cox earned his B.B.A. degree, from Central State University and his J.D. degree from Oklahoma City University School of Law.
  • Mark Dibble

    Mark Dibble serves as Director of Legal Innovation at HighQ. Prior to joining HighQ, Mark was Head of Online Services at Allen & Overy for 15 years where he worked on their Advanced Delivery Programme to transform the way legal services were constructed and delivered to clients. He has extensive experience designing solutions to meet complex clients needs and focuses on driving digital technology adoption and innovation for legal clients.
  • Mark Geremia

    Mark Geremia is Vice President and General Manager for Dragon Professional and Consumer and oversees the product and marketing strategy for Nuance's Dragon NaturallySpeaking portfolio, the world's leading speech recognition and documentation solution for PC and Mac. Mark has held various leadership roles within the Dragon business over the last decade, and with his team continues to expand Dragon's reach across enterprise, legal and law enforcement markets, transforming productivity and documentation accuracy for professional individuals and large organizations.
  • Mark Halligan

    R. Mark Halligan is an accomplished trial lawyer who focuses his practice on intellectual property litigation and complex commercial litigation, including antitrust and licensing issues, in federal and state courts throughout the United States. An experienced patent litigator, Mark has also developed an extensive practice focused on the protection and enforcement of trade secrets. Mark represents individuals, middle-market companies and large corporations. With over 30 years of experience, Mark has become a “go-to” litigator on some of the most complex trade secret matters in the United States and worldwide.
  • Mark Holmes

    Mark Holmes is CEO of Waymark Tech, a company that provides AI-powered software to lawyers and compliance officers to automatically identify and analyse changing regulations. He previously spent 15 years in financial services, holding roles at Traiana, HSBC, Nomura, Deutsche Bank, and Morgan Stanley.
  • D. Mark Jackson

    D. Mark Jackson is a partner and former technology manager with Bassi Edlin Huie & Blum in San Francisco, California, who focuses on civil litigation. He writes the Machine Law blog and can be reached at and on Twitter @dmarkjackson.
  • Mark MacDonald

    Mark MacDonald is senior vice president of business development at BIA, a leader in reliable, innovative and cost-effective e-discovery services. With over a decade of experience in the e-discovery industry, he has extensive knowledge in all areas of data management, including data preservation strategies, computer forensics investigations, advanced data analysis, managed attorney review and building tailored e-discovery solutions for law firms and corporate legal departments. In addition to leading BIA’s business development, Mark also manages client contract negotiations and is responsible for high-level account management for BIA’s clientele. He is a Certified E-Discovery Specialist (CEDS).
  • Mark Stevens

    Mark Stevens is the Senior Vice President of Global Services for Digital Guardian, where he is responsible for driving customer success across professional services, managed services, and support and training. Prior to working for Digital Guardian, Mark was Area Services Director for BMC Software and served as Senior Director of Professional Services for Progress Software.
  • Mark A. Wiggins, Jr.

    Mark A. Wiggins, Jr. is an Associate Attorney at Pines Laurent, LLP, a practice exclusively devoted to the practice of family law, with an emphasis in the representation of families of children with special needs.
  • Marsha Taicher

    Marsha Taicher is the vice president and senior director of sales for Speech Processing Solutions North America, the worldwide manufacturer of Philips voice solutions. Before her current role, Marsha supported Speech Processing Solutions as Business Development Manager and strengthened the position of Philips dictation in North America leveraging her 15 years of experience in the voice technology market.
  • Martin Ward

    Martin Ward, Director, Security Governance Risk and Compliance at iManage
  • Mary Juetten

    Mary Juetten is the founder and CEO of Traklight and the co-conspirator behind Evolve Law. She specializes in helping companies in transition or startup create sustainable, operational, and financial growth. Her financial credentials and legal degrees provide a foundation for consulting on business or practice improvement. Mary created the only self-guided risk management software platform that creates a custom business risk and intellectual property (IP) strategy and automates the client question and intake process for business, IP, and startup or venture attorneys. Mary is an international writer, who contributes to Forbes, the ABA's Law Technology Today, GoDaddy Garage, and the Lawyerist plus wrote KPIs for Small Law Firms for Thomson Reuters; speaker; and mentor. Mary is on the GLSA Board and is a LegalShield Access Advocate.
  • Mary Rechtoris

    Mary Rechtoris is a member of the customer advocacy team at Relativity and a host of the Stellar Women in e-Discovery podcast. She is interested in telling nontrivial stories of the legal industry and showing the human side of technology. Mary attended the University of Iowa where she specialized in creative writing.
  • Matt Gould

    Matt Gould, Interim Head of Legal Transformation Matt Gould is the interim Head of Legal Transformation who leads the legal team at ContractPodAi. Matt believes in truly understanding the needs of clients and how the use of technology can help them achieve better outcomes. Matt is a solicitor with over 20 years experience as a general counsel leading global in-house legal teams in the telecommunications and technology sectors. He previously held the positions of General Counsel, EMEA, for Telstra and General Counsel, LycaMobile. Matt holds an LLB (Law and Politics) degree from Birmingham University and is a member of the Law Society of England and Wales.
  • Matt James

    Matt James is Director of Pre-Sales Engineering at Litera and leads the Document Lifecycle Evangelism team where he spends most of his efforts on the lawyer’s work-stream. With 10 years in the legal technology field, Matt has been an advocate to law firms and their lawyer’s need for a harmonized technology ecosystem.
  • Matt Lalande

    Matt Lalande is the founding attorney of Lalande Personal Injury Lawyers, one of Hamilton’s most trusted personal injury law firms.
  • Matt Miller

    Matt Miller serves as the Senior Product Manager for Life Sciences at Litera Microsystems and has more than 10 years’ experience in the Life Sciences field. He has a strong background in Microsoft Word and technology. In Matt’s role at Litera Microsystems, his focus is on helping oversee the Life Sciences team, product and product strategy.
  • Matthew Blewett

    Matthew is the Group Infrastructure Manager for Rouse & Co International, Rouse are a leading global IP consultancy that provides the full range of Intellectual Property services from patent and trade mark protection and management to commercialisation and global enforcement and anti-counterfeiting programmes. Matthew started his career in IT 20 years ago as a network engineer, he then moved into infrastructure support. Specialist areas included virtualization, storage, messaging, WAN optimization and strategy/planning. His current role is to support the groups IT needs and is responsible for coordinating system management, system redundancy, capacity planning and emergency fail safe.
  • Matthew Horn

    Matthew Horn, Esq. is the President and Co-Founder of Legal Services Link, a platform allowing those with legal needs and attorneys to quickly and easily connect via email. In addition to your website, Legal Services Link provides another important tool for establishing an effective online presence. Your Legal Services Link profile can link to your website, delivering search authority and referral traffic. You can also post an article to your Legal Services Link profile to demonstrate your expertise. Matthew is a frequent speaker and author on various tech, business, and legal topics. He holds a BS in Accounting from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, and a JD from The John Marshall Law School.
  • Matthew Jacobs

    Matthew Jacobs is Vice President and General Counsel at Black Duck Software, Inc. Organizations worldwide use Black Duck Software’s industry-leading products to secure and manage open source software, eliminating the pain related to security vulnerabilities, compliance, and operational risk. Matt oversees the worldwide legal affairs of Black Duck including managing licensing and contract negotiation, managing the company’s intellectual property portfolio and advising senior management on day-to-day legal affairs. In addition to a frequent speaker on open source related topics, Matt routinely advises Black Duck’s customers with respect to leading edge open source adoption, use and compliance matters. Prior to joining Black Duck in 2009, Matt was with Bernstein Shur where he counseled companies on a variety of intellectual property matters, including open source compliance. Before that, he held in-house positions with Cabletron Systems and Standex International. Matt earned his law degree from the University of New Hampshire School of Law and holds a master’s degree in business from Plymouth State University.
  • Matthew T. McClintock

    Matthew T. McClintock, J.D., is the vice president of education for WealthCounsel. Matthew leads the organization’s continuing education efforts, helping attorneys better understand estate planning techniques and strategies. A former estate planning attorney, Matthew earned his bachelor’s from the University of Central Oklahoma and his law degree from the University of Oklahoma.
  • Matthew Weiss

    Matthew Weiss has been practicing law in New York since 1988. He was one of the first Hofstra Law School graduates to work at the New York State Court of Appeals, and his firm has successfully fought tens of thousands of New York traffic tickets — both through dismissals and plea bargains. He’s also an experienced lecturer and blogger on all issues relating to vehicle and traffic law.
  • Matthew Yospin

    Matthew Yospin is a solo patent attorney specializing in software and mechanical devices at The Law Office of Matthew M. Yospin. He loves working with entrepreneurs and businesses to protect their intellectual property and craft strategies to grow and protect their businesses. Follow him on Twitter (@MatthewYospin), LinkedIn, Google+, or his firm blog. In his spare time, Matthew enjoys building furniture and the occasional database or software app, gardening, and adventuring with his kids.
  • Maureen Lunde

    Maureen Lunde is a writer with Jacob & Meyers Law Offices. She has dedicated her career to represent the most common car events, personal injuries, and other related topics. 
  • Max Cole

    AUTTO co-founder, Max Cole has worked as a lawyer in one way or another for nearly 20 years. He began his career with Freshfields and has worked in law firms of all sizes as well as practising as a barrister. His broad legal background gives him a unique understanding of legal process. Struck by the lack of simple technology in much of the legal industry, he co-founded AUTTO, to bring automation to legal practices, as well as regulated and professional businesses.
  • Megan Beauchemin

    Megan Beauchemin, Director of Business Intelligence and Analytics for InOutsource empowers law firms to recognize the full potential of their data. Megan leverages technology solutions and works alongside InOutsource clients to transform raw data into meaningful insight, thus encouraging intelligent business practices, resulting from data driven decision making. Megan holds a Master of Science in Business Intelligence and Analytics from Saint Joseph’s University.
  • Megan Miller

    Megan Miller is a senior consultant with Edge Legal Marketing, assisting clients in development and execution of strategic marketing plans and implementation of marketing technologies. A global technology hound, Miller has built brands, trained teams and introduced successful products for global companies and startups. A certified eDiscovery expert, Miller has written on trends and topics in electronic discovery, consumer electronics and the Internet of Things – before it was even called the Internet of Things. Her work has appeared in Attorney at Law, Legaltech News, US Tech, TechnoLawyer, ACEDS and other industry publications.
  • Melinda Curran

    Melinda Curran is the founder and CEO of RCG, a single-source telecom provider based in Franklin, Tennessee providing all aspects of voice, data and mobility solutions with superior customer service to businesses across the country. Learn more about RCG at
  • Melissa McGinn

    Melissa McGinn is a Senior Director at FTI Technology. She manages large, complex e-discovery matters and advises clients on all phases of the EDRM. She is an expert in developing workflows in Relativity, Nuix Discover, Exterior and Brainspace to help clients respond to e-discovery requests.
  • Melissa Wiedeman

    Melissa Wiedeman-Marketing Program Manager, North America at HighQ With a background in technology and marketing, Melissa uses her expertise to create meaningful experiences that connect law firms and corporate legal departments with the knowledge and resources to empower innovation within their business. She specializes in collaboration, project management and client engagement. Melissa holds a bachelor of science in economics.
  • Melvin Tjon Akon

    Melvin is an Associate at Bonn Steichen & Partners, and focuses his practice on bank financing, capital markets and financial regulation. He also develops legaltech software, ranging from document assembly solutions to legal data visualizations. This article is written on his own behalf.
  • Micah Ascano

    Micah Ascano is a Six Sigma Black Belt and has studied quality and efficiency at Villanova University and South Dakota State University. He holds Bachelor Degrees in both Industrial Management and Manufacturing Engineering Technology. He graduated from the University of New Hampshire School of Law with a J.D. and LL.M in Intellectual Property.
  • Michael Mogill

    Michael Mogill is the President of Crisp Video Group, a national legal video marketing company that produces high-quality and engaging legal videos for attorneys all over the country. His company bridges the gap between video production and video implementation, taking a comprehensive approach that helps attorneys build their brand and attract more cases. He has been featured in Forbes, Avvo, ABA, The Huffington Post, and The Wall Street Journal. Contact them today at Visit them online at:
  • Michael Baumert

    Michael Baumert is an associate in Barnes & Thornburg’s Chicago office who focuses his practice on technology-driven transactions, sourcing, and cloud computing.
  • Michael Chasin

    Michael grew up in Los Angeles, California. He migrated to the east coast where he completed his BS in Business Administration with an emphasis in Entrepreneurship from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. After finishing his undergraduate degree, he moved back to California to pursue his law and MBA degrees at Loyola Marymount University. He completed his J.D./M.B.A. in 2013. Understanding the inefficiencies existing in an ancient profession, he co-founded, one of the first marketplaces for connecting lawyers with potential clients. Michael focused primarily on the financial management, business strategy, and business development of LawKick. After 2 years of operating LawKick, Michael and his team discovered another big gap in the legal profession, the client intake process. With his co-founder Aaron George, they developed Lexicata, the industry's first cloud-based client intake software. It creates a seamless client intake process in which new clients can fill out forms and sign engagement letters online from any type device while providing automation and organization for the firms to better manage the process.
  • Michael Dehoyos

    Content marketer and editor Michael Dehoyos works for PhD Kingdom and Academic Brits. In his work for these platforms, he helps companies develop more actionable insights from data and take better decisions for their businesses. He enjoys contributing to the success of businesses and writes about this work at Origin Writings.
  • Michael Downey

    Michael Downey is a legal ethics lawyer and founder of Downey Law Group LLC, a law firm dedicated to legal ethics, law firm risk management, and the law of lawyering. Michael has taught legal ethics at Washington University School of Law and St. Louis University School of Law, chaired the ABA Law Practice Division from 2013-14, and served on the Technology Working Group of the ABA Commission on Ethics 20/20. Reach Michael at 314-961-6644 or
  • Michael Eckstein

    Michael Eckstein looks after marketing at Smokeball, a legal technology company that builds software for small law firms. From Sydney to Chicago, he has spent the last ten years championing the use of technology and data to improve business practices and the way we communicate with each other.
  • Michael Hadley

    Michael Hadley is the CEO and president of iCorps Technologies, a leading-edge IT consulting, managed services, and cloud computing company. Michael founded iCorps in 1994 to deliver and support practical and cost-effective IT services and solutions that allow business leaders to focus on their core objectives.

    Michael Hall is the Global Head of Information Security for HighQ, an industry leader in providing collaborative cloud software to law firms and corporate counsel. He is a highly experienced information security leader with a strong commercial, technical, consulting and compliance background. A former U.K. Government CLAS consultant with extensive experience in the assurance and assessment of government infrastructure and systems, he is a senior manager with many years of experience leading numerous successful security and IT transformation programs across multiple sectors, advising C-level executives on strategic security initiatives and helping them navigate complex global regulatory compliance landscapes.
  • Michael Kemps

    Michael Kemps is the founder and chief executive officer at Innovative Computing Systems. He founded the company in 1989 after developing relationships with several law firms that eventually became early clients. His interest in technology began when he was 13 years old and developed Bulletin Board Systems with friends and repaired hardware and software for family and friends. Today, Kemps is involved in ILTA (International Legal Technology Association) and the ALA (Association of Legal Administrators), as well as several local nonprofit organizations, and is on the advisory board of a community bank.
  • Michael Kordvani

    Michael Kordvani is the chief editor at Fueled Digital Media He loves to discuss all technologies and their various applications. Follow him @
  • Michael Matthews

    Michael Matthews is the Senior Vice President at Data Gumbo, provider of a trusted blockchain network called GumboNet that automates smart contracts and transactions for industry leaders. With over 30 years of experience in the construction industry as an owner, a contractor and a consultant, he has helped transform and lead project organizations to deliver projects safer, faster and at the lowest cost. He was previously Vice President of Strategy & Consulting at Enstoa where he worked on accelerating digital transformations for clients in the buildings and industrial sectors, and Director at PwC where he oversaw project excellence, organization and technology advisory services across a range of industries.
  • Michael McDonald

    Michael McDonald is general manager of legal and compliance at Veritone. He has more than a decade of experience in legal, IT, and software.
  • Michael Murray

    Michael Murray is the Director of Client Solutions for Veritext Legal Solutions. Murray stays on top of litigation technology trends and travels throughout the nation speaking and providing informative and entertaining, CLE’s, educational instruction and product demonstrations to legal professionals.
  • Michael Paul

    Michael Paul is the chief technology officer at Innovative Computing Systems and has over 15 years of experience in the legal field. In his current role, along with evaluating new technologies and designing various systems around providing these solutions to the legal community, he also provides the glue for the internal technology Innovative uses. Paul holds a bachelor’s degree from Northern Arizona University and lives in Southern California with his family. He can be reached at
  • Michele Lange

    Michele C.S. Lange, Esq. ( is the VP, Legal Marketing for Workstorm. She has more than 15 years of experience in the legal technology industry. Workstorm is an enterprise-grade workplace collaboration platform built for legal professionals.
  • Michelle Spencer

    Michelle is the founder of the Legal Learning Development Network, a training and consulting company focused on law firms and legal departments. For three decades, Michelle worked in law firms of every size, most recently as the training manager of an AmLaw 100 international firm. Early in her career she worked as a legal secretary and paralegal in numerous practice areas. For the last 17 years, she has been providing training, as well as desktop configuration and support, and believes strongly in understanding the demands on her users and the work they do. Having served as an officer of the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) for the past five years, Michelle is well-known in the legal community and is a frequent speaker and writer on law firm training, professional development, and technology related topics. After being an advocate for law firm electronic filers, Michelle was appointed to the Texas Judicial Committee on Information Technology as they implemented mandated e-filing in courts across the State of Texas.
  • Michelle Bodick

    MICHELLE BODICK, MANAGING DIRECTOR, SALES AND MARKETING (AMERICAS) A highly experienced marketing and business development professional, Michelle joined The Instant Group to support the growth of our business in the US and develop and maximise new opportunities. Before joining The Instant Group, Michelle spent 8 years with Williams Lea, a global BPO provider, in marketing leadership roles. She most recently held the position of Head of Global Marketing for Williams Lea and Tag Worldwide, which was acquired by Williams Lea in 2012. Prior to Williams Lea, Michelle spent more than 10 years with Gartner Inc, a leading technology, research and consulting provider. Michelle spent 8 years in Global Account Management roles and 2 years leading the Gartner consulting SMB sales channel. Joined The Instant Group: 2014
  • Michelle Rosen

    Michelle Rosen is Senior Managing Director at DTI. She joined DTI in 2012 when Providus was acquired by DTI. Rosen currently oversees the DTI Middle Office Outsourcing practice focusing on client management, operational execution, financial leadership and strategy. The Middle Office Outsourcing practice delivers business critical support and administrative functions including Document Processing, Legal Assistants, Creative Services, AP/AR and IT. Rosen has over 20 years’ experience in outsourcing, staffing, sales leadership and client operations management. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Speech Communications and Journalism from the University of Houston.
  • Mike Pasque

    Mike Pasque is a third year law student at the Alexander Blewett III School of Law at the University of Montana. His focus has been on e-discovery and how technology impacts law. Mike also works with Agile Data Solutions, a local e-discovery technology company in Missoula, Montana. You can contact Mike and follow him on social media through
  • Mike Asbury

    Mike Asbury is the General Sales Manager at CrossRoads Infiniti South in Apex, North Carolina. For the last 15 years, Mike has worked for Crossroads Automotive Group in various positions. His vast experience is what has led him to his current position. Excellent Customer Service is an integral part of his role as sales manager, and as such he is always educating himself with ways to not only improve his own methods, but to help others in customer service based businesses.
  • Mike Wood

    Mike Wood is an online marketer, author and Wikipedia expert. He is the founder of, an online marketing agency that specializes in content writing, brand management and professional Wikipedia editing. He is a regular contributor to many online publications where he writes about business and marketing. Wood is the host of the Marketing Impact podcast and author of the book, Wikipedia As A Marketing Tool.
  • Mike Pasque and Joel Henry

    Dr. Joel Henry works as a full professor of Computer Science, adjunct Professor of Law, and President of Agile Data Solutions. He concentrates on the intersection of law and technology, utilizing his education and experience in both to teach, consult, and advance legal technology solutions to those who need them most. Mike Pasque is a third year law student at the Alexander Blewett III School of Law at the University of Montana. His focus has been on e-discovery and how technology impacts law. Mike also works with Agile Data Solutions, a local e-discovery technology company in Missoula, Montana. You can contact Mike and follow him on social media through
  • Miraz Manji

    Miraz Manji is the founder of TLAC Printing & Publishing, and the recent winner of the Toronto Region Board of Trade Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year Award. With 15 years of experience in efficient, affordable and eco-friendly self-publishing, TLAC now boasts a repertoire of more than 6,000 authors all over the world. By integrating 2D/3D printing & publishing with electrical & computer engineering, TLAC is championing a globally focused movement to show the world what it means to be Made-in-Canada.
  • Mitch Jackson

    Jon Mitchell “Mitch” Jackson has been a trial lawyer for 28 years, is a 2013 California Litigation Lawyer of the Year (CLAY Award), and 2009 Orange County Trial Lawyer of the Year. When he’s not trying cases, Mitch uses social media to help good attorneys become great trial lawyers, and to show everyone (not just lawyers) how to be better communicators. Make sure to connect with Mitch on Twitter @MitchJackson and stop by his firm website and communication tips blog is
  • Mitchell Panter

    Mitchell J. Panter is Board Certified as a Civil Trial Lawyer by the Florida Bar and National Board of Trial Advocacy, primarily practicing in the areas of Personal Injury, Wrongful Death, Product Liability, Sexual Assault, Food Contamination and Premises Liability Cases. Mitchell Panter is also Board Certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy in Civil Trial Advocacy since 1996. At the age of 31, Mitchell Panter argued the case of American Aerial Lift v. Jose Perez in the Florida Supreme Court addressing the issue of Strict Liability and Product Liability. This precedent setting case involved the award of a $1.7 million-dollar verdict obtained by the Firm of Panter, Panter & Sampedro P.A. in the Trial Court for Mr. Perez as a result of injuries he sustained due to a defective scissor lift.
  • Monica Mohan and David Hirsch

    David S. Hirsch is a partner at Hinckley Allen. Monica D. Mohan is an associate at Hinckley Allen. Both practice in the firm’s Corporate & Business group.
  • Molly Crockett

    Molly Crockett is a tech security blogger for Academized. Over the last decade, she has focused on how businesses, large and small, can secure their private information and data in the IoT age.
  • Gwynne Monahan

    Best known by her Twitter handle, @econwriter5. Generally speaking, she is a writer posting random, perhaps interesting, things.
  • Monica Zent

    Monica Zent is an experienced entrepreneur, investor, businesswoman, and trusted legal advisor to leading global brands, over a period that spans decades. Her most recent venture is founder & CEO of Foxwordy Inc., the digital collaboration platform for the legal industry. She is also founder of ZentLaw, one of the nation’s top alternative law firms. Zent is an investor in real estate and startups, and dedicates her time and talent to various charitable causes. She is a diversity and inclusion advocate, inspiring all people to pursue their dreams. When she’s not running companies, Zent runs distance as an endurance athlete. @MonicaZent
  • Nancy Howard

    Nancy P. Howard has been working as a journalist at the online magazine in London for a year. She is also a professional writer in such topics as blogging, SEO and marketing.
  • Nancy Patton Esq.

    Nancy is a graduate of Lewis & Clark Law School and has been involved in electronic discovery for almost a decade. In her role as a Senior Solutions Consultant at Exterro, Nancy provides guidance, product expertise and solution design to current and prospective clients. Previously, Nancy was an Exterro Implementation Project Manager, assisting clients with the implementation and updates of the entire suite of Exterro products. Prior to joining Exterro, Nancy was a member of project teams in the legal services industry, as well working as an attorney focused on e-discovery response, document review and legal representation in civil litigation matters.
  • Natalie Kelly

    Natalie Kelly is the Director of the State Bar of Georgia’s Law Practice Management Program. She has been providing advanced legal technology and practice management consulting to lawyers for over 20 years.
  • Natasha Brown

    Born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Natasha received her Bachelor of Education in 2001 and her Bachelor of Laws in 2005. She was called to the Bar in Manitoba in 2006. Following her call, Natasha worked in private practice until the fall of 2012, at which point she became the Family Law Supervisor at the Legal Help Centre. In late summer of 2014, Natasha became the Centre's Legal Director."
  • Nathan Wenzel

    Nathan Wenzel is the founder of SimpleLegal, which he launched in 2013. He brings over 20 years of experience in business intelligence and analytic applications. As the company’s founder and chief evangelizer, Nathan is actively involved with the company’s customers and the market to drive business success and industry growth.
  • Ned Gannon

    Ned Gannon is a co-founder and CEO of eBrevia, a legal tech company commercializing artificial intelligence technology developed at Columbia University to analyze, extract information from, and summarize contracts. The company’s products have applications for due diligence, contract management, and lease abstraction. Ned previously practiced corporate law at Paul, Hastings, Janofsky and Walker LLP and LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene & MacRae LLP where he represented private equity funds, strategic investors, venture capital funds, and startup companies in a broad range of mergers, acquisitions, and financings. Ned holds a law degree from Harvard Law School, a Master in Public Administration from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, and a Bachelor of Science from Boston College.
  • Nehal Madhani

    Nehal Madhani is the founder and CEO of Alt Legal, a company whose cloud-based IP docketing software helps thousands of legal professionals prepare and manage IP filings and deadlines daily. Before starting Alt Legal, Nehal was a practicing attorney at Kirkland & Ellis, LLP. He left his practice to teach himself programming and to start Alt Legal.
  • Neill Feather

    Neill Feather is the president of SiteLock, the leading provider of website security solutions for business. At SiteLock, Neill leads the company's approach to 360-degree domain security by providing industry analysis and utilizing rapidly evolving data sets related to security and hacking trends. Neill has over 20 years of experience in the technology and systems industry, notably providing technology solutions and industry insights for Johnson & Johnson prior to joining SiteLock. Neill holds B.S. degrees in Statistics & Information Systems and International Business from the Pennsylvania State University, and an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School of Business.
  • Netanella Treistman

    Netanella Treistman's practice focuses on matters relating to technology companies (including start-ups, fintech and adtech companies) with an emphasis on technology and licensing agreements and other general commercial matters. Netanella has experience working with fintech companies offering various solutions, such as mobile and other payment solutions, financial information systems, crowdfunding and other financial technology companies. Prior to joining Yigal Arnon & Co., Netanella was a legal counsel at a high tech company for eight years.
  • Nicholas Battaglia

    Nicholas A. Battaglia is an attorney licensed in NY and NJ, currently appointed as a court attorney/law clerk to a New York State Supreme Court Justice. He owns a legal marketing company and real estate brokerage, and is an aspiring horror writer. He lives in Albany, NY with his wife, newborn baby boy, and pup.
  • Nicholas Brankle

    Nick Brankle is a 2L at Chicago-Kent College of Law interested in emerging trends in legal education and practice, as well as a lot of other things that happen to catch his eye. You can follow him @NBranks.
  • Nick Spriggs

    Nick is responsible for the creative vision of Vector Media Group’s design projects. He is driven by the desire to bring design thinking to clients’ needs and problems to create ownable, intuitive and beautiful solutions that speak directly to clients’ audiences. His award winning work spans the gamut from major website redesign initiatives for some of the world’s largest consulting groups, luxury hotels, and law firms, as well as brand and product experiences for City & State agencies, educational institutions, start-ups and world-leading photographers.
  • Nicole Aylwin

    Nicole Aylwin is the Assistant Director of the Winkler Institute for Dispute Resolution at Osgoode Hall Law School. She is also the Acting Executive Director at the Canadian Forum on Civil Justice, a national not-for-profit organization dedicated to the advancing of civil justice reform. She has previously taught at York University, Wilfrid Laurier University and the University of Ontario Institute of Technology. Her current research interests include justice sector innovation, access to justice, civil justice reform, and, aboriginal dispute resolution.
  • Nicole Black

    Nicole Black is a Rochester, New York attorney and the Legal Technology Evangelist at MyCase, legal practice management software. She is the nationally-recognized author of "Cloud Computing for Lawyers" (2012) and co-authored "Social Media for Lawyers: The Next Frontier" (2010), both published by the American Bar Association. She also co-authored "Criminal Law in New York," a Thomson West treatise. She writes a regular columns for The Daily Record, Above the Law, and Legal IT Pros, has authored hundreds of articles for other publications, and regularly speaks at conferences regarding the intersection of law, mobile and cloud computing, and Internet-based technology. She can be contacted at
  • Noel Edlin

    Noel Edlin defends clients throughout the U.S. in high-stakes environmental, toxic tort, and product liability matters. He has successfully tried numerous cases to verdict during his 30 years of practicing law. Noel earned his Juris Doctorate in 1982 from UC Hastings College of the Law, where he was Managing Editor for the Hastings Communications & Entertainment Law Journal from 1981-1982. He served on the California Bar Association's Commission on Judicial Nominees Evaluation, and is the former Chair of the San Francisco Bar Association's Judiciary Committee. Noel currently serves as a Member of the UC Hastings Board of Governors. Noel is the Managing Partner at Bassi Edlin Huie & Blum LLP, a law firm of trial specialists with offices in downtown San Francisco and Los Angeles, California. Under Noel’s leadership, the firm makes intelligent investments in continuing education and information technology to work smarter, decrease costs for clients, and stay on the cutting edge of e-discovery.
  • Ofer Tirosh

    Ofer Tirosh is CEO of Tomedes, a translation agency specialising in providing legal translation services. Tomedes has been working with clients spread around the globe for more than a decade.
  • Olivia Hooper

    Olivia Hooper is the executive editor at writes about 3D Printing trends and news.
  • Olivier Van Eesbeecq

    Olivier Van Eesbeecq, Head of ICT & Facilities at Stibbe, is a senior level business operations and digital manager who is passionate about digital transformation and innovation.
  • Oscar Delatorre

    Oscar Delatorre is Director of Forensics & eDiscovery for Detekted Inc, a consulting firm providing Digital Forensics, e-Discovery and Law Firm IT services. With over 18 years of IT and Forensic experience, he works with attorneys and corporations to perform forensic examinations on digital media and mobile devices for civil, corporate and criminal cases involving intellectual property theft, insurance fraud, human resource matters, bankruptcy, and divorce among others. He developed forensic lab policies and procedures, managed evidence intake processes, designed, installed and configured an eDiscovery data processing center for an advisory firm in the Southwest. He has also served as IT project manager and network administrator where he designed and implemented an off-site disaster recovery plan. Mr. Delatorre also proudly served in the United States Coast Guard Reserves where he was deployed to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba as part of the Quick Response Team.
  • Owen Byrd

    Owen Byrd is Lex Machina’s Chief Evangelist and General Counsel. He provides thought leadership in the domain of Legal Analytics and its application to the practice of law, via speaking engagements, publications, webcasts, blogging, social media, and press. He also assists with sales, marketing and customer success, and manages Lex Machina’s Operations, including legal, finance, and human resources. Owen has previously founded and led data-centric software, real estate and non-profit ventures and operated his own law firm. He is a member of the California Bar and earned a J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School and a B.A. from Colorado College. He has spoken extensively to legal audiences, primarily focusing on the use of data to improve legal decision-making.
  • Parimal Chanchani

    Parimal Chanchani, Director, PracticeLeague is an experienced business leader with more than 20 years of experience in the Technology Domain. Before founding PracticeLeague, he has worked in various challenging positions in Multinational Enterprises which helped him extensively to understand the curves of the market and their needs. Parimal founded PracticeLeague with a strategic vision to create an intelligent eco-system for the Businesses to seamlessly collaborate with professional. Parimal is a highly motivated senior leader with a proven track. In PracticeLeague, he plays a key role in generating strategic processes, facilitating consensus amongst the stakeholders regarding emerging business directions and priorities, oversees the marketing and sales and keeps the customer relation intact.
  • Patrick Mcglone

    Patrick McGlone is Director of Communications for Legal Services Information Sharing and Analysis Organization (LS-ISAO) and Global Resilience Federation, a cross-sector sharing network that includes LS-ISAO. For more information follow LS-ISAO on LinkedIn, @LS_ISAO on Twitter or visit
  • Patrice N. Perkins

    Patrice N. Perkins is the Principal Attorney of Creative Genius Law located in Chicago, Illinois. She counsels creative brands and businesses from ideation to market. Patrice is the National Social Media Director for wireLawyer, an online community exclusively for lawyers in small to mid-sized law firms (SMLs). wireLawyer offers attorneys the opportunity to network, pool resources, refer and outsource work to each other. She is also a member of the advisory committee for Art Business Create 101, a professional development program for the Chicago Artists Coalition and a contributor for NBC-5 Chicago's small business blog, Inc. Well.
  • Patrick Carlson

    As the practice development mentor at WealthCounsel, an active community of over 4,000 estate planning and wealth management professionals, Patrick Carlson empowers member attorneys to create their ideal law practice.
  • Patrick Rodgers

    As the head of marketing for Lawyaw (, a modern document automation solution for the legal industry, Patrick strives to create engaging content covering a variety of industry-specific topics and channels. Prior to joining the fast-paced world of legal technology, he served as a content strategist, journalist, digital media consultant and line cook, among other jobs.
  • Paul Domnick

    Paul Domnick is President of Litera Microsystems, having been President of Litéra Corp from 2014 to 2017. He brings unique insight into the utility of the Litera Microsystems’ risk management solutions having previously been CIO of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer for five years. There he was responsible for a global team of more than 300, covering all areas in IT & IS such as change management, information security, infrastructure operations and help-desk support, technical architecture, vendor management, application support, program and project delivery. Paul also has a background in the financial service sector, serving as group chief technology officer and deputy head of IT for Zurich Financial Services responsible for technology strategy, standards, enterprise and applications architecture across the entire business. Before taking on this role in early 2007, Paul was head of global IT sourcing for Zurich Financial Services.
  • Paul-Kraus

    Paul Kraus is CEO and president of Eastwind Networks, an active breach detection solution for enterprises and government agencies. Delivering attainable detection of targeted and insider threats using advanced security technologies – machine learning, behavior analytics, threat intelligence, and malware analysis. Follow him on Twitter: @breachdetection
  • Paul Morrison

    Paul Morrison is head of the Personal Injury and Medical Negligence departments at Tollers. He spent four years in the Court Service before entering private practice in 1987. He is responsible for numerous teams of lawyers acting for Claimants in pursuing claims for compensation as a result of accidents, medical negligence, neglect, abuse and occupational disease.
  • Paul Spitz

    Paul Spitz is a business lawyer in Cincinnati, OH. His solo practice focuses on transactional and business law services for startups and small businesses. Paul has a law degree from Boston University and an MBA from Indiana University. He has started and run two businesses, prior to launching his solo practice in December 2013. Paul's website and blog are at, and his Twitter address is @PaulHSpitz.
  • Paul Unger

    Paul J. Unger is an attorney and founding principal of Affinity Consulting Group, LLC, a nationwide company providing continuing legal education, legal technology consulting, and training. He is also currently serving as Chairman of the ABA Legal Technology Resource Center. Prior to forming Affinity, Paul was vice president of a Columbus-based technology consulting firm. Mr. Unger spent five years at Clark, Perdue, Roberts & Scott Co., L.P.A., limiting his practice to civil litigation. He specializes in technology consulting and audits, writing legal-specific technology books & manuals, trial presentation & litigation support, document management software, paperless office strategies, and legal-specific software speaking & training for law firms and legal departments throughout the United States. Mr. Unger has provided trial presentation consultation for 300+ cases. Mr. Unger is a member of The American, Ohio and Columbus Bar Associations, and the Ohio Association for Justice and the Central Ohio Association for Justice. He is very active in the Law Practice Management Section of the American Bar Association, and served as Chairman of ABA TECHSHOW 2011 – 25th Year Anniversary. He is also an Adjunct Professor for Capital University Law School’s Paralegal Program. Paul is a national speaker and frequent lecturer for CLE programs. He is the co-author of Adobe Acrobat for Law Firms, PowerPoint for Legal Professionals, and co-author of Microsoft Word for Legal Professionals, all manuals designed to maximize the use of legal-specific features. Mr. Unger is a 1994 graduate of Capital University Law School.
  • Peg Donahue-Hall

    Peg Donahue Hall is partner at Spencer Fane LLP in the firm’s Dallas office. She has spent her legal career assessing risk and efficiently resolving thorny business and legal issues for clients — whether by negotiation, litigation, or other dispute resolution mechanisms. She can be reached at
  • Pegeen Turner

    Pegeen Turner is the President of Legal Cloud Technology, a legal technology firm based in Raleigh, North Carolina. Her firm works with small and medium-sized law firms as they start-up, as well as firms that need help maintaining and integrating legal technology into their practice. In addition, she helps firms understand the risks of cloud computing and how to incorporate cloud computing into their practice. Email | Website | Twitter
  • Pem Guerry

    Pem Guerry is Executive Vice President of SIGNiX, a Chattanooga-based digital signature solutions provider that makes signing and notarizing documents online safe, secure, and legal for any business. SIGNiX offers the only independently verifiable, cloud-based digital signature solution, which combines workflow convenience with superior security. Learn more about what makes SIGNiX different at
  • Pete Roberts

    Pete Roberts is a private practice management consultant for lawyers. He is the former Practice Management Advisor in the Law Office Management Assistance Program (LOMAP) of the Washington State Bar Association for 13 years. Mr. Roberts has his MBA from The College of William & Mary and a Certificate as Small Business Webmaster from the University of Washington. He is active in the American Bar Association Law Practice Management Division eLawyering Task Force & Law Firm Finance Interest Group as well as GPSOLO Division and Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar. He is a frequent speaker and has consulted with over 1,000 attorneys.
  • Peter Dowson

    Peter Dowson a Web designer & Blog Author at Global Graphic Web Design, one of the leading Web design Companies based in Toronto, Canada.
  • Peter Janci

    Peter Janci, a Partner at Crew Janci LLP, is advocating for victims of sexual abuse and other crimes. He has represented more than one hundred victims of sexual abuse over nearly a decade. As an expert sexual harassment attorney, Peter strives to obtain exceptional results for his clients through zealous advocacy and creativity. He has helped obtain dozens of other significant settlements for other survivors of sexual abuse. He has been selected five times as a “Rising Star” by Super Lawyers Magazine.
  • Peter Kelman

    Peter Kelman is an attorney practicing in Waltham, Massachusetts. In addition, he is an adjunct professor of business law at Northeastern University.
  • Peter Morse

    Peter Morse is the director of channel development for BigHand, the developers of speech, task delegation, document creation and process improvement technology. He has more than 12 years of experience focused on strategic marketing and sales in the legal software market. He can be reached at
  • Peter J. Polos

    The Honorable Peter J. Polos (retired) serves as Panish Shea & Boyle LLP’s Director of Litigation.
  • Peter M. Walzer

    Peter M. Walzer is a partner with Walzer Melcher LLP, Los Angeles. He is also the Chair of the Los Angeles County Family Law Section.
  • Phil Dawson

    Phil Dawson, CEO of Dark Web Advisors, helps business owners and IT managers in securing their business against the threats from hackers worldwide.
  • Phil Thurner

    Philipp (a.k.a. PT) is an award-winning legal innovator and legal technologist. He is the CEO and founder of NEXL, a relationship management software tool for lawyers and law firms. Phil loves to help lawyers grow their practice using a mix of strategy and technology, with a track record of increasing firm revenue and profitability.You can connect with him and have a chat on LinkedIn. 
  • Philippe Doyle Gray

    Philippe Doyle Gray is a barrister from Sydney, Australia. He was one of the first barristers to have his own website Two years ago he started migrating to a paperless office (and courtroom) to the complete bemusement of his colleagues. He uses Mac and Windows simultaneously to the consternation of his assistant. He works in front of 3 monitors despite having only 2 eyeballs. He is an avid proponent of technology, and refuses anymore to accept communiqués by facsimile transmission. But, he insists that technology is a means to an end, and not an end in itself. Those ends include more fun at work for lawyers, and better justice for clients, courts and the community. His work focuses on civil litigation in the areas of commercial equity, corporate fraud, and building & construction, with occasional forays into the law of legal costs, the malpractice of lawyers and the malpractice of building consultants. His previous studies in Chemistry, Philosophy and Mathematics propel his special interest in expert evidence.
  • Pierce Reiten

    Pierce Reiten is a digital marketing specialist and content writer. He can be reached at
  • Raad Ahmed

    Raad Ahmed is the founder and CEO of LawTrades, an AI hiring platform that connects legal departments and law firms to sourced and vetted legal talent. Imagined as the "world’s tech-enabled workforce," Ahmed envisions LawTrades to replace traditional recruiting with software that keeps improving its matchmaking capabilities to make hiring faster, easier, and more transparent. A graduate of the University of Buffalo Law School, Ahmed previously clerked with the Texas Civil Rights Project, was a legal researcher for Thomson Reuters, and founded He resides in New York City.
  • Rabiya Hirji-Young

    Rabiya Hirji-Young, Sr. Risk Management Consultant for InOutsource, has 20 years of experience in law firm risk management. Rabiya’s experience comes from positions held at national and international law firms. As the risk management director at her most recent firms, Rabiya worked under the oversight of the General Counsel where she was responsible for the litigation docketing, conflicts, new business intake, and information governance functions on a firm wide basis. She was also responsible for risk and compliance training.
  • Rae Steinbach

    Rae Steinbach is a graduate of Tufts University with a combined International Relations and Chinese degree. After spending time living and working abroad in China, she returned to NYC to pursue her career and continue curating quality content. Rae is passionate about travel, food, and writing, of course.
  • Raj Matroja

    Ruturajsingh Matroja has led the Delivery and Operations team for Aurotech’s Federal Information Governance and Legal Technologies Department since 2011. In a field that requires innovative solutions in a challenging environment, Mr. Matroja is responsible for ensuring that Aurotech select, implement and manage complex software solutions tailored to the needs of each specific client agency. Mr. Matroja has demonstrated a strong understanding of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) workspace and industry best practices, which has served him well in his role as expert advisor on Aurotech’s largest and most complex eDiscovery implementations in the last 10 years, and as a subject matter expert at a variety of legal user groups and conference events.
  • Raquel Santiago

    Raquel Santiago is the Senior Program Manager for LS-ISAO. She has been with the organization since its inception in 2015 and has overseen its growth to 120 firms in the U.S., U.K. and Canada. Prior to leading the development and operations of LS-ISAO, Raquel worked in the legal services industry for seven years in New York, NY. For more information on LS-ISAO, contact
  • Ray Meiring

    Ray Meiring, CEO of Qorus, co-founded his first business at the tender age of 24. Ten years later, Ray and two colleagues founded Qorus. Their goal: to help organizations be more productive when locating, creating and collaborating on business-critical documents like pitches, proposals, SoWs, RFPs, and contracts. Qorus empowers legal marketing and business development teams by connecting content stored in your web CMS to templates for pitches, proposals and RFP responses. Our content and team management features streamline the entire process, making marketing and business development teams more accurate, effective and efficient.
  • RB Tewksbury

    Russell Baird “RB” Tewksbury has been an entrepreneur and professional consultant, since 1991. He’s President of MarketWorks LLC, a legal marketing and legal technology management company. Tewksbury is a legal marketing professional and legal-technology management expert. He is also a U.S. Merchant Marine Officer - U.S. Coast Guard Licensed Master Captain. RB Tewksbury is listed in Marquis’ Who’s Who in America (2000 – present) and Marquis’ Who’s Who in the World (1999 – present).
  • Reagan Attle

    Reagan Attle is the Vice President of Marketing at Clio, the leader in cloud-based legal practice management. Prior to her work in expanding the market for legal tech innovation, Reagan led the marketing organization at ACTIVE Network, driving global marketing strategies and corporate communications through an IPO and over 10 acquisitions. She oversees Clio’s demand generation, product marketing, partner marketing, digital strategy, and brand, and she’s happiest with a complex spreadsheet and a soy latte.
  • Rebecca McAllister

    Rebecca McAllister has spent the last 10+ years immersed in tax - she loves helping her clients understand where they are & helping them plan for what’s next. Rebecca also believes that outreach is essential; she can be found throughout the year giving tax talks to local universities & professional organizations to help create a firm foundation for creative professionals to build on.
  • Rebecca Perry

    Rebecca Perry is the Director of Strategic Partnerships at Exterro, the leader in helping companies manage their information compliantly and defensibly in compliance with data privacy and cybersecurity regulations like the GDPR, NYS DFS, CCPA and others. Rebecca has been with Exterro more than 25 years helping legal, compliance, privacy and IT executives in the areas of information governance, data mapping, data minimization, records retention and third-party diligence. She manages the Alliance Partnership with the Association of Corporate Counsel and builds strategic relationships with leading law firms.
  • Reid Wolfe

    “Reid Wolfe is VP and Director of Sales for North America at Speech Processing Solutions, where he is responsible for revenue growth, investigating new opportunities and business models for Philips voice technology products and solutions. He joined the Philips Dictation team in 2016 to help build their SaaS platform and digital dictation service offering. Prior to joining Speech Processing Solutions, Reid worked for nearly 10 years in telecommunications, network infrastructure cloud-based applications and cyber security. Reid graduated from the University of Georgia with a bachelor’s degree in Genetics.”
  • Richard Dilgren J.D.

    Mr. Dilgren is Vice President of Data Science and Strategy at FRONTEO USA. He joined FRONTEO USA in 2010 to found the Data Science & Strategy consultancy. He also oversees the development of custom solutions, and his team consults on the application of advanced analytics including predictive coding and workflow design.
  • Richard Ferguson

    Richard Ferguson practices law in Edmonton, AB Canada with Lynass, Ferguson & Shoctor, a small business law firm. Richard is a past chair of the Canadian Bar Association’s Law Practice Management and Technology Section and frequent presenter at legal technology conferences both in Canada and the USA.
  • Richard Mabey

    Richard Mabey is CEO and co-founder of contract collaboration platform Juro, which helps high-growth businesses in 45 countries manage contracts. Previously Richard was a corporate and M&A lawyer at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. FT Intelligent Business named Richard one of the global top ten legal business technologists in 2019.
  • Rick Clark

    Rick Clark ( is the Consulting Director at Contact Discovery Services. Clark started in the legal industry in 2002 and has been part of the emerging eDiscovery market ever since. He is currently working with Contact and consulting with corporate in-house departments on technology investments, information governance, eDiscovery management. He also consults with law firms on what solutions best suite their overall needs.
  • Rick Hutchinson

    Rick Hutchinson is the chief technology officer of Advanced Discovery, a global eDiscovery and risk management company.
  • Rick Lutkus

    Rick Lutkus is a partner in the San Francisco office of Seyfarth Shaw LLP. He focuses his practice on information governance issues including eDiscovery, digital forensics, information security, incident response, and IT related policies and practices. Rick is a Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) and is the only known attorney to hold this certification.
  • Rick Merrill

    Before founding Gavelytics, Rick Merrill spent the better part of a decade as a "big law" litigator, working primarily on large real estate and other commercial disputes. Rick received his law degree from the UCLA School of Law, where he was the Senior Articles Editor of the Journal of Law and Technology and also a judicial extern for the California Superior Courts. Rick completed the Executive Program at the UCLA Anderson School of Business and received his undergraduate degree from the University of Southern California. When he's not designing cutting edge litigation solutions, Rick loves spending time with his wife and children, playing golf, and skiing.
  • Rob Lekowski

    Rob Lekowski is vice president of sales and marketing at Nashville-based DSi, which provides advanced eDiscovery and digital forensics services.
  • Rob Mattern

    Rob Mattern is President and Founder of Mattern & Associates, LLC. Mattern & Associates assists law firms in developing an unbiased strategic direction for their business processes while improving both the cost-effectiveness and the recovery of expenses for these services. For more information on Mattern & Associates, visit, check out their blog,, or follow them on Twitter @MatternOfFact.
  • Robert Kittleberger

    Robert Kittleberger has over 12 years of experience providing IT and systems administration support to law firms, specializing in backup systems, document management, and practice management solutions. You can get in touch with him via his website, Legal Software Help.
  • Robert Gibbons

    Robert Gibbons, chief technology officer, is responsible for managing Datto’s development and infrastructure initiatives in support of its comprehensive data backup and protection platform. Prior to Datto, Robert spent 15 years as a software engineer and CTO leading teams of developers building high-uptime enterprise applications for Fortune 500 clients, including building one of the highest trafficked web advertising distribution networks and an enterprise digital asset management system deployed to thousands of end-users. Robert holds a B.S. in Policy Analysis and Management from Cornell University, a J.D. from Fordham University, and an M.S. in Computer Science from New York University.
  • Robert Gilmartin

    Robert Gilmartin is a partner at Tanenbaum Keale LLP in the firm’s Newark, New Jersey, office. He has an extensive background in the defense of litigated matters including but not limited to products liability, asbestos litigation, pharmaceutical litigation, construction litigation, personal injury and premises liability matters.
  • Robert Huber

    Robert Huber is Chief Security and Strategy Officer at Eastwind Networks. Huber has more than 20 years of experience in critical infrastructure security, the financial industry and defense. His previous positions include vice president at iSIGHT Partners, co-founder and president of Critical Intelligence, senior cyber intelligence analyst at Lockheed Martin and vice president and chief security architect manager at JPMorgan Chase. He is also in the Air National Guard, where he serves in a network warfare squadron.
  • Robert May

    Robert May is a California personal injury attorney and founder of The May Firm. An award winning attorney, named to Super Lawyers, Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, National Trial Lawyers "Top 40 Under 40", LA Magazine "Rising Stars". Robert's practice primarily focuses on catastrophic injuries, auto accidents, traumatic brain injury (TBI) and wrongful death cases.
  • Robert Munnelly

    Robert J. Munnelly, Jr. practices in the Regulatory area at Davis, Malm & D’Agostine. His data security and information privacy practice focuses on advising and working with companies to develop written plans, improve security-related polices, support compliance training, and respond to potential security breaches. He also has substantial experience working with companies in other regulated industries and in appellate practice in state and federal courts.
  • Robert Theofanis

    Robert Theofanis is an attorney and the owner of Theo Estate Planning in Manhattan Beach, CA. He blogs about his experience growing his law practice at Bobogado.
  • Rodney Dowell

    Rodney S. Dowell is the Executive Director of Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers, Inc. (“LCL”) the state’s only lawyer assistance program which serves the Commonwealth’s lawyers, judges, law students and their families. Rodney has also been the Director of LCL’s Law Office Management Assistance Program (“MassLOMAP”) since its inception in 2007. He is a frequent lecturer and author on law practice management issues and time management. Prior to starting MassLOMAP, he was a founding partner at the litigation firm of Berman & Dowell, 1998 – 2007, where he focused on employment law, tort defense, including attorney malpractice, and insurance coverage. He graduated from Cornell Law School in 1989, and obtained his undergraduate degree from his home state’s flagship university, the University of Colorado, Boulder (1985). You can listen to Rodney on the Un-billable Hour podcast.
  • Roger Davis

    Dr. Roger Davis is an academic psychologist with a strong interest in Personality Pathology and inventory construction. He is the author or co-author of some 30 articles, chapters, and books, including several personality assessment instruments used worldwide to diagnose personality disorders, most notably the Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory- III. His website,, contains a variety of simulators programmed to allow patients to reproduce blur, smeared vision, loss of contrast sensitivity, halos, starbursting, visual snow, and blurriness due to dry eye syndrome.
  • Rohit Parekh

    Rohit Parekh is a Registered Trade-mark Agent and practices intellectual property law. In addition to the practice of law, Mr. Parekh develops and implements processes and workflow solutions for legal services to maximize efficiency and value to the client. Mr. Parekh is frequent speaker on the use of technology in the practice of Law
  • Roman Winter

    Roman Winter is a graduate from the University of Manchester with a first class degree in Film and Media Studies. Roman has a passion for writing with several years experience in journalism and various different areas.
  • Ronald Wolf

    Ronald is a law and business postgraduate who works as a business consultant for a couple of small local businesses. Also, he is a freelance writer. In his free time, he enjoys playing pool, reading a good book or just being outdoors with his dogs.
  • Ronnie Teja

    Ronnie Teja is currently the owner SaveonIt, Softwarekeep and 9 more eCommerce brand. He is mainly responsible for innovating and providing software solutions. Technology, e-commerce, and marketing have been the core of his life since the grade school days. He believes in transforming the way the companies and entrepreneurs view and apply their digital solutions to focus on people-centric values with trackable results.
  • Rosalie Kramm

    Rosalie Kramm began her career as a court reporter and owner/operator of Kramm Court Reporting in San Diego, California over 30 years ago, before joining Veritext Legal Solutions, the national leader in deposition services.  She sat on the Court Reporters Board of California with the Department of Consumer Affairs from 2013 through 2018 and has served as president of the Deposition Reporters Association of California, Society for the Technological Advancement of Reporting, and General Reporters Association of San Diego. Kramm is a Certified Court Reporter in California and holds the national license of Certified Realtime Reporter. She also is a certified LiveNote trainer and frequent presenter for advanced workshops on the use of interactive real-time software, including Realtime with LiveNote, Summation and Bridge. She also serves on the board of the San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program.
  • Ross Forgione

    Ross Forgione is the Chief Information Officer with Johnson Winter & Slattery Lawyers. Working in leadership roles across industries as diverse and competitive as Media, Manufacturing, and Professional Services, Ross has spent his career transforming business through people and technology. As a collaborator, mentor and innovator at heart, Ross understands that fear of change is the greatest challenge faced by business when change is necessary. Ross places an emphasis on business impact when preparing the executive pitch laying out a clear path to the new normal. Ross is the recipient of national Australian awards for Innovation, was a finalist for the Global IT Leader of the year (legal 2015) and earned his MBA at the Adelaide Graduate School of Business.
  • Roy Keidar

    Roy Keidar has a diverse background in policy, law and technology. His legal expertise is in the fields of international law, security and emerging technologies. Apart from his legal expertise Roy is an entrepreneur at heart. He has co-founded the Cross Lab Network (XLN), a global network of maker-spaces designed to provide wide-spread access to digital fabrication technologies. Previously Roy has worked for 3 years as the CEO of the Reut Institute one of Israel's leading strategy and policy groups dealing with Israel's most pressing issues on national security, social and economic development and science and technology.
  • Roy Pollitt

    Roy Pollitt, Managing Director and Head of Investigations at Mid-Town Manhattan Based, Exiger
  • Jason Rubinstein and Meredith Neely

    Jason S. Rubinstein is a partner in the law firm Gilbert LLP. Jason is an experienced litigator who represents companies and individuals in a wide variety of complex insurance issues, including disputes over coverage for mass torts, environmental claims, and directors and officers liability. Jason has experience in both state and federal courts, as well as alternative dispute proceedings. Jason can be reached at Meredith C. Neely is an associate in the law firm Gilbert LLP. Meredith represents policyholders and insurance beneficiaries in complex civil litigation, bankruptcies, and alternative dispute resolution proceedings. Meredith has experience leveraging technology to successfully litigate claims through trial and appeal. Meredith can be reached at
  • Rukham Khan

    Rukham is a content creator and marketer at MailMunch who's inspiration for writing is to help make people's e-lives easier. In his free time, you'll find this leftie giving a tough time to people on the squash court.
  • Ryan Anderson

    Ryan M. Anderson is the Founder and CEO of Filevine, which is the top-rated case management system for attorneys according to the independent review site Capterra. From its launch in 2015, Filevine has focused on first-to-market innovation and award-winning design. Ryan is a proud husband and father of five children all under the age of 11. Before starting Filevine, Ryan was a founding partner at a law firm focusing on personal injury, mass torts and employment class-action. As a lawyer, Ryan personally litigated hundreds of cases, including numerous successful trials and seven-figure settlements.
  • Ryan Loro

    Ryan Loro is the President of, a company that helps identify excessive charges and billing errors, then cooperatively work with outside counsel to correct the bill. He has over a decade of experience in executive management, specializing in legal expense optimization, data analytics, and technology. As President of Legal Bill Review, he guides the company’s strategic growth by marshaling an array of legal industry experts to increase transparency and simplicity in companies’ outside counsel expenses.
  • Ryan Morrison

    Ryan P. Morrison, Esq. (@MrRyanMorrison) is founder of The Law Offices of Ryan P. Morrison, P.C., a law firm focused on helping the video game community stand up to the bullies that have taken over the industry. He has spoken on panels with industry experts and worked on deals involving triple A game studios all the way down to a few friends in their dorm room.
  • Ryan Pell

    Ryan is a passionate writer who likes sharing his thoughts and experience with the readers. Currently, he works as a marketing specialist at He likes everything related to traveling and new countries.
  • Ryan Steadman

    Ryan Steadman is CRO at Zero, innovative AI-based email management for law firms.Ryan leads Zero’s vision and execution for growth, expanding their global footprint, and ensuring a world-class customer experience. He has over two decades of experience delivering disruptive and emerging technology to professional services organizations world-wide, and deep subject-matter expertise across a wide spectrum of essential business processes.
  • Ryan Steelberg

    Ryan Steelberg, President of Veritone, brings nearly 20 years of executive management experience in technology, marketing, business development and sales. He is considered one of the foremost experts in digital and online advertising. Since 1996, he and his brother Chad have raised more than $180 million in equity financing, managed 400+ employees and created in excess of $3.0 billion in shareholder value, through the successful founding, management, and liquidation of three industry impactful companies.
  • Sam Abadir

    Sam Abadir is the Director of Product Management at LockPath, a leading provider of governance, risk management and compliance (GRC) solutions to manage and streamline compliance processes and various types of compliance audits.
  • Sam Bock

    Sam Bock is a member of the content marketing team at kCura, with a focus on writing and editing. She joined the team fresh out of the University of Dayton with an English degree, a love of storytelling, and an obsession with good grammar. As a senior specialist in content, she helps manage The Relativity Blog—a publication dedicated to helping legal and IT professionals stay savvy on e-discovery industry developments and best practices.
  • Sam Glover

    Sam is the founder of Lawyerist, the tribe of small-firm lawyers who are building the future of law practice. Lawyerist supports client-centered, future-oriented small firms with information, ideas, and community. Learn more and join your tribe at You can find Lawyerist on Twitter at @lawyerist.
  • Samantha Green

    Samantha Green, Esq., is eDiscovery counsel at DTI, where she advises clients and speaks on litigation readiness, discovery process design and validation, data preservation, collection, processing, review and production and the management of complex litigation discovery matters. Prior to joining DTI, Green was the eDiscovery attorney at Blank Rome LLP. Before that, Green was an associate at the law firm of Moses & Singer LLP in New York. Green is a member of the New York Bar.
  • Samantha Meinke

    Samantha Meinke is the communications manager at the State Bar of Michigan. In this role, she creates and oversees communications, marketing, social media and media relations strategies and cultivates new online communities for the bar association and its entities. As a speaker and consultant, she advises attorneys and legal entities on how to maximize their online impact. She began her career in the mainstream news media as a newspaper reporter, before becoming a custom publications writer, editor, blogger and an early adopter of social media. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan.
  • Sara Kubik

    Sara Kubik holds a PhD in Technology and Gerontology, a JD, a MBA in Marketing and Management, and a BA in Graphic Design She considers herself a technical translator of different languages, skills, and disciplines.
  • Sarah Schaaf

    Sarah Schaaf is the founder and CEO of Headnote. She previously worked for various companies including Google, Inc., Hawkins Parnell Thackston & Young LLP, and Walsworth, Franklin, Bevins & McCall, LLP. Sarah holds a Juris Doctorate degree from Loyola University Chicago School of Law and is an active member of numerous legal tech, FinTech and entrepreneurial groups in Silicon Valley including Commerce Innovated, NFX Guild, and Founders For Change. She is also a founding member of the group Silicon Valley Legal Tech.
  • Sarvarth Misra

    Sarvarth Misra is a leading legal innovator with extensive experience in the legal technology and legal services sector. As co-founder and CEO, Sarvarth is responsible for ContractPodAi’s development, strategy, and growth. Sarvarth has led the conceptualizing, designing, and development of ContractPodAi and continues to lead all new innovation initiatives, new routes to market and its commercialization strategy.
  • Sascha Mehlhase

    Sascha Mehlhase is the vice president of products and innovation at ABC Legal Services. Sascha oversees ABC Legal’s growing product, marketing and customer experience teams in transforming ABC Legal into the best-in-class technology and service industry leader, while simultaneously finding new avenues to scale. With nearly 20 years of product and marketing experience in software and technology, Sascha has advanced product strategies and led global teams in a variety of industries. Most recently, as senior director of product management at Intrado Sascha oversaw their cloud-based telecom and communications platform as a service business and drove the company’s international product expansion into more than 170 countries. Sascha earned an MBA from Loyola University, Chicago and a B.A. in Social Economics from Hamburg University, Germany.
  • Ben Schorr

    Ben Schorr is a technologist and the Chief Executive Officer of Roland Schorr & Tower, a professional consulting firm headquartered in Flagstaff, Arizona with offices in Hawaii and Oregon. He is also the author of several books and articles on technology, including The Lawyer’s Guide to Microsoft Outlook, The Lawyer’s Guide to Microsoft Word and OneNote in One Hour. He’s been a Microsoft MVP for more than 18 years and involved with management and technology for more than 24 years. In his free time he’s an Ironman triathlete and a high school football coach.
  • Scott Lesowitz

    Scott Lesowitz ( graduated from Harvard Law School cum laude in 2007. He practices civil litigation for Lesowitz Gebelin LLP ( in Beverly Hills, California. He focusses heavily on intellectual property and internet law issues.
  • Scott Parker

    Scott Parker is Senior Product Manager for Sinequa. He has a deep history in the enterprise software business and has served in a variety of key roles including Software Development Manager, Professional Services Director, Pre-sales Consultant and Product Expert. Scott began his professional career as a Software Engineer and Systems Analyst with Bloomberg BNA.
  • Scott Polus

    Scott Polus is the Director of Forensic Services at XDD. He has spent nearly a decade in the e-discovery industry, utilizing his technical background and investigation skills to provide effective consultation and project planning.
  • Sean Dagel

    Sean Dagel is a senior paralegal working at Cogneesol. She has been working in the legal industry for years and also has an additional interest in writing articles related to the legal support services. For any type of advice on legal subjects, you can contact her at her personal email address: or at her company's email:
  • Sean Fitzpatrick

    Sean Fitzpatrick is CEO of North American Research Solutions at LexisNexis Legal & Professional. In this role, Sean is responsible for the U.S. Research business, which delivers information resources and insights to legal professionals in law firms, corporations and government. He also oversees the company’s Canadian business operations. Sean joined LexisNexis in 2005. Most recently, he managed the Specialized Law segment serving small law firms, small and mid-size corporations as well as state and local governments, driving growth across all businesses. Before that, Sean held various strategy roles across the LexisNexis Research and Litigation businesses. Prior to joining LexisNexis, Sean was a consultant at McKinsey & Co. Before that, he was a senior manager at a major accounting firm. Sean has an MBA from the University of Michigan, where he graduated with highest distinction, and a BBA from the University of Notre Dame.
  • Sandra Serkes-Joe Bartolo

    Ms. Serkes is President & CEO of Valora Technologies, a leading provider of document, data and content analytics solutions for Information Governance and eDiscovery. One of the company’s original founders, Ms. Serkes takes a very active, day-to-day executive role in the company. In her tenure, Valora has successfully landed some of the most prominent corporate, legal and government clients in the world. A Harvard Business School MBA and MIT graduate, Ms. Serkes is a frequent industry speaker and panelist. Joe Bartolo, J.D., Senior Solutions Consultant for Valora Technologies, is a former litigator in New York State, with 11+ years of experience working for eDiscovery providers. Joe is a VP in the Metro New York Chapter of ACEDS, and is the Co-Chair of their Educational Committee. Mr. Bartolo is a former working group leader in the EDRM, and has instructed continuing legal education courses about eDiscovery and information governance throughout the United States. Joe received a Juris Doctorate Degree from Rutgers School of Law – Newark in 1992, and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science from New York University in 1989. Follow Joe on Twitter @joseph_bartolo.
  • Shana Kirchner

    Shana Kirchner is a product specialist at kCura. With 15 years of legal technology consulting experience, she’s helped create best practices and unique workflow solutions for law firms, corporate legal departments, and government agencies.
  • Shannon Fitzgerald

    Shannon Fitzgerald is a freelance writing and editing professional based in San Francisco. Fitzgerald is best known for her ear-on-the-street coverage of new products within the legal, banking, financial and professional markets for SNL Financial, Blue Heron Research Partners and others. Her varied experience also includes interviewing 50 Cent for Fortune Magazine as well as marketing copy for high-end building materials.
  • Shannon Flynn

    Shannon Flynn is a technology and business blogger who writes about business innovation and IT news. She's also the Managing Editor at Follow ReHack on Twitter to read about other technology trends!
  • Shannon Murphy

    Shannon Murphy, a member of the firm’s Global Privacy and Data Security Task Force, focuses her practice on internal investigations, data protection counseling, and complex litigation, particularly matters involving potential criminal liability or trade secret issues. A primary focus of Shannon’s practice is developing practical, specifically-tailored processes and protocols for companies in various industries to mitigate the chance of data loss through theft or breach, and investigating and seeking appropriate legal remedies when companies experience theft or breach. She has significant experience helping clients promptly and effectively respond to data security incidents that have resulted in, among other things, multiple federal convictions for theft of trade secrets, numerous settlement agreements, preliminary injunctions, extended restrictive covenants, and large restitution judgments.
  • Sharon Nelson

    Sharon D. Nelson, Esq. (@sharonnelsonesq) is a lawyer and President of Sensei Enterprises, Inc., a digital forensics, information technology and information security company. She has written ten books, hundreds of articles and is a nationally known public speaker on legal technology, information security and electronic evidence. Ms. Nelson is the author of the noted electronic evidence blog, Ride the Lightning, which has been recognized by the American Bar Association (ABA) for the last two years as one of the top 100 legal blogs in the country. Follow Sensei Enterprises on: Facebook | LinkedIn | Twitter.
  • Slavena Hristova

    Slavena Hristova leads product management and marketing of ABBYY FineReader in Western Europe and North America. She manages the product lifecycle from market requirement and go-to-market strategy development, to creation of sales enablement and training offerings for channel partners. Slavena has several years of experience in product management and marketing in the areas of text recognition, information and document management.
  • Sofia Lingos

    Sofia S. Lingos, Esq. is the principal attorney at Trident Legal LLC, an innovative law practice based in Boston, Mass., providing services to small businesses and start-ups in diverse industries throughout the business life cycle. She is also the business law adviser at Lawyers for Affordable Justice and an adjunct law professor at Northeastern University School of Law.
  • Sophie Baugh

    Sophie Baugh is a Client Success Consultant at HighQ, a leading legal technology provider. In her role, she focuses on enabling clients to unlock the full potential of HighQ to meet emerging and existing business needs.
  • Sophie Ross

    Sophie is a marketing specialist at Security Gladiators. A writer by day and a reader by night, she is specialized in tech and cybersecurity. When she is not behind the screen, Sophie can be found playing with her dog.
  • Stacy Leidwinger

    Stacy Leidwinger, VP of Product, leads the team driving product innovation within Nuance’s Document Imaging Division. She oversees the product roadmap and all phases of the product lifecycle with the goal of planning, launching and managing best of breed software products.
  • Stacy Zinken

    Stacy Zinken brings 20 years of cross-functional marketing, business development, and client success experience to her role as VP of Marketing at Alt Legal. With her in-house law firm experience, as well as her subsequent experience working within legal technology companies, Stacy is uniquely positioned to connect the dots between the strategic value of technology and law firm growth.
  • Stanley Graham

    Stan Graham, CPA is a CPA in the State of Ohio and is a Senior Consultant for LexisNexis; providing guidance, business consulting, and accounting consulting for law firms across the United States for over 11 years. He has a B.S. in Business (Accountancy) from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio and an MBA in Finance from the University of Cincinnati. Stan has specialized knowledge in Law Firm Accounting and is an expert in Juris software; an integrated billing and accounting software package designed for law firms which is owned by LexisNexis. He also maintains a small tax practice in the Dayton, Ohio area.
  • Stefan‌ ‌ Vucicevic

    Stefan‌ ‌Vucicevic‌ ‌is‌ ‌a‌ ‌tech‌ ‌writer‌ ‌for‌ ‌‌Jatheon‌ ‌Technologies‌,‌ ‌an‌ ‌enterprise‌ ‌information‌ ‌archiving‌ company‌ ‌that‌ ‌specializes‌ ‌in‌ ‌archiving‌ ‌solutions‌ ‌for‌ ‌email‌ ‌and‌ ‌social‌ ‌media‌ ‌to‌ ‌organizations‌ ‌in‌ regulated‌ ‌industries‌ ‌globally.‌
  • Stella Lincoln

    Stella Lincoln is a qualified Law and Management Consultant and a passionate Writer. Currently, she is working as a Business Manager at Academist Help. She also owns a blog named Educator House where she writes about Education, Technology, Entrepreneurship, Law and Management.
  • Steph Abbott

    Steph Abbott is the Communications Coordinator for the Clark County Bar Association (CCBA). She manages two websites operated by the CCBA: and She is the administrator for CCBA’s social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+.
  • Stephen Ehrlich

    Stephen Ehrlich is the CIO at The MCS Group. With over 20 years of experience in the area of information technology, he oversees all technology operations of MCS.
  • Stephen Embry

    Stephen Embry is an attorney focusing his practice on mass tort and class action litigation and is the publisher of TechLaw Crossroads, a blog devoted to law, innovation, and technology.
  • Steve McNew

    Steve McNew is a Senior Managing Director within the Technology practice of FTI Consulting and is based in Houston. He helps clients evaluate and implement blockchain solutions, and builds cost-effective and defensible strategies to manage data for complex legal and regulatory matters. Steve is an expert in blockchain, information and data security, complex discovery, and digital forensics and completed studies in Blockchain and Cryptocurrency at MIT. He has led engagements involving blockchain assessments, pilot projects, and software selection and implementation.
  • Steve Stormoen

    Steve Stormoen is a marketing professional and e-signature evangelist for RightSignature, an online document signing system popular in legal practices. RightSignature is part of the ABA Member Advantage program, and a discount is available for ABA members.
  • Sue Keno

    Sue Keno is a managing director with Keno Kozie Associates (  Her specialties include client management, document management, and application services within the law firm environment.
  • Susan Ethridge

    Susan Ethridge is a writer, editor, and marketer with more than 15 years’ experience in the legal technology industry. A co-founder of OnCall Discovery, she writes blog posts and articles that explore the nuances of data and discovery management, legal marketing, and relationship nurturing.
  • Ted Brooks

    Ted Brooks is an experienced Trial Presentation Consultant with offices in Los Angeles and San Francisco. His company (Litigation-Tech LLC) has been recognized with many awards, including Best Courtroom Presentation Providers.
  • Ted Glutz

    Ted Glutz is Innovative Computing Systems’ Director of Sales and Marketing. He can be reached at
  • Ted Matey

    Ted Matey, Senior Solutions Architect for InOutsource, supports law firms undertaking new business intake and information governance projects. He has worked to implement a variety of policy, procedural, and technology initiatives related to new business intake, conflicts and records management.
  • Tej Prakash

    Tej Prakash is the co-founder of, an online legal marketplace that helps individuals and businesses find and engage pre-vetted attorneys in a transparent environment. Prior to co-founding Should I Sign, Tej was a corporate attorney specializing in public and private mergers and acquisitions, private equity and venture capital transactions and general corporate and securities law matters.
  • Teresa Matich

    Teresa Matich is a copywriter at Clio (@goclio). You can find her writing about legal technology and the business of law on Clio’s blog.
  • Tess Blair and Afzalah Sarwar

    Tess Blair and her team offer full-cycle electronic discovery and information governance services to organizations across the globe. Tess is the founder and leader of Morgan Lewis’s eData practice. Afzalah Sarwar focuses her practice on complex commercial matters involving both litigation and arbitration. She represents both public and private companies, multinational corporations, banks, private equity firms, and others in matters including multijurisdictional contractual and banking disputes, insurance disputes, and governmental investigations.
  • Theodore Weng

    Theodore (Teddy) Weng is a rising sophomore at the University of Pennsylvania studying Business Economics and Public Policy and Legal Studies and History. He is from Cincinnati, Ohio. He can be reached at
  • Thiago Coelho

    Thiago M. Coelho, Esq. handles complex class action and mass arbitration cases for Wilshire Law Firm, an award-winning law firm based in Los Angeles, California. Well-versed in issues like consumer protection and data privacy, much of Thiago’s innovative legal work has been at the center of this developing area of law. Thiago specializes in multimillion-dollar class action lawsuits and other high-stakes litigation, and he has represented clients in cases against some of the world’s largest companies, including Apple, Uber, Marriott, and Delta Air Lines, among others. As President of The Data Privacy Trial Lawyers Association—Top 10, Thiago has exemplified superior qualifications of leadership, reputation, influence, and performance in data privacy and consumer protection class action litigation.
  • Thierry Tremblay

    Thierry is a CEO & Founder of Kohezion, the only true no-code, online database software. Since 2012, Kohezion is turning data chaos into order for thousands of customers.
  • Thomas Martin

    Thomas G. Martin is a Yale philosophy major, UCLA Law grad, lawyer, technophile and entrepreneur. He is the founder and managing attorney of Foresight Legal Group, P.C. and Chair of the Education Subcommittee for Group Legal Services Association, an ABA-Affiliated organization.
  • Thomas C. Gricks III and Robert J. Ambrogi

    Robert Ambrogi, Esq. is a lawyer and veteran legal-technology journalist and blogger. A practicing lawyer in Massachusetts, Bob also works with Catalyst as director of communications. Thomas Gricks, Esq. is a prominent e-discovery lawyer and one of the nation's leading authorities on the use of TAR in litigation. Tom is Managing Director of Professional Services for Catalyst and advises corporations and law firms on best practices for applying Catalyst's TAR technology, Insight Predict, to reduce the time and cost of discovery. He has more than 25 years’ experience as a trial lawyer and in-house counsel, most recently with the law firm Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis, where he was a partner and chair of the e-Discovery Practice Group.
  • Tim Hwang

    Tim Hwang is an attorney at the offices of Robot, Robot & Hwang, where he bills long hours under the watchful eye of his cold metal superiors. His practice focuses on experiments at the intersection of legal and computer code. Tim is based in San Francisco, and enjoys ice cream.
  • Tim Rollins

    For the past decade, Tim Rollins has researched and written extensively on a variety of technical industries including legal technology, healthcare, and financial services.
  • Tim Scott

    Tim Scott is head of design and client engagement director at FrogSlayer, a custom software development and business innovation consulting firm. His team partners with forward-looking companies to design and develop the custom software tools they need to accelerate growth, increase profits, and innovate faster than the competition (in weeks or months, not years).
  • Tina Willis

    Just after graduating from Florida State University College of Law second in her class (in 1995), Tina Willis worked for a couple of large Atlanta defense firms, and within a couple of years moved onto teaching federal Civil Procedure at Barry University College of Law. She eventually began writing motions and appeals for other attorneys, which she continued for nearly 15 years. She now operates a boutique personal injury firm serving both Florida and Georgia clients, from her office in Orlando, and prides herself on providing her clients highly personalized service with the goal of fully maximizing their settlements or verdicts. She also continues to draft motions and appeals for other personal injury attorneys and their clients. In her spare time, Tina creates her own websites, including and She has also been called a Google Plus “ninja,” and has amassed over 9500 followers in the 7 or 8 months that she has been active on the platform. Together with Stephan Futeral, she hosts a live “hangout on air” called Legally Speaking, which is a live YouTube / Google Plus show, sponsored by Rocket Matter (and open to other sponsors), featuring either panels of lawyers discussing interesting legal issues, or non-lawyers discussing topics of interest to lawyers, such as lawyer marketing.
  • Tobias Foster

    Tobias Foster is a journalist and editor with more than 5 years’ work experience working with assignment service Australia with big ambitions. Philosophy, marketing, and business are his passion, and he has a wealth of knowledge in that field. He is a master of his craft.
  • Todd Barrs

    Todd Barrs is Vice President of Digital at LegalShield, a leading provider of legal services in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom, with nearly 650 employees and 1.75 million members. With over 15 years of engineering, marketing and product management experience, Todd helps businesses succeed in digital strategy, marketing operations and customer experience. He is passionate about using agile and product management methodologies to create high performing digital businesses, and is a Nationally recognized speaker on the topics of digital strategy, conversion optimization and testing.
  • Todd Scallan

    Todd Scallan leads product vision and engineering execution of the Axcient platform, and has more than 25 years of product management and engineering experience. He holds a Masters of Science in computer engineering, a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering and has published numerous articles and papers on a range of computing topics.
  • Tom Mighell

    Tom Mighell is a Senior Consultant with Contoural, Inc., where he helps companies deal with their records management, litigation readiness, and e-discovery issues. Tom is the author of iPad in One Hour for Lawyers, iPad Apps in One Hour for Lawyers, and the soon-to-be-published iPad in One Hour for Litigators. Tom is the Co-Host of the Kennedy-Mighell Report, a podcast on the Law Technology Today Podcast Network. He currently serves on the board of the ABA's Legal Technology Resource Center, and as Chair of the ABA Law Practice Management Section's Publishing Board.
  • Tomas Suros

    Tomas Suros is a technology advocate working at the intersection of IT and client consulting. With AbacusNext since 2004, he currently serves as chief solutions architect, guiding firms through the process of identifying forward-facing technology options and ensuring the successful implementation of a tailored solution.
  • Tracey Steinberg

    Tracey Steinberg, Esq. became licensed to practice law in New York State in 1997. Her first job after law school was as an associate in an insurance defense firm, where she picked a jury just 3 days after she was admitted to the New York State Bar. That case settled. But soon after, Tracey won a defense verdict and her enthusiasm for litigation was solidified. She then worked for 2 plaintiffs’ firms and that is where she learned about per diem attorneys who were able to handle court appearances and depositions all day every day. In 1999, Tracey’s passion for litigation drove her to became a per diem attorney. She was so successful as a per diem attorney that she often had to hire other court lawyers to successfully handle the overflow of cases. Tracey has personally handled well over 15,000 court appearances and depositions for hundreds of law firms. She has met many court appearance professionals over the years and has hand-picked an elite team of “court attorney regulars” who know the judges and their courtrooms intimately throughout N.Y.C., L.I. and Hudson Valley. Tracey knows how important it is to have a network of trustworthy attorneys available to help handle cases during busy times. She understands how demanding and relentless litigation is and she created to make litigation easier for small law firms and solo practitioners.
  • Tracy David

    Tracy David is a Cloud Client Executive with CDW, which provides personalized support — from assessment to design, deployment and management — to law firms and other organizations as they transition to the cloud.
  • Patricia Ann Nagy

    Patricia Ann Nagy is the Founder of Proxy PR, a New York City-based public relations and marketing firm specializing in the legal and legal technology industries. Raise Your PRIQ at, follow us on Twitter @proxypr, and connect with me on LinkedIn.
  • Andrew S. Tugan and Nancy R. Wilsker

    Andrew S. Tugan is an associate at Hinckley Allen, where he practices with the firm’s Litigation Department. Nancy R. Wilsker is a partner at Hinckley Allen, where she is Chair of the Privacy and Data Security Law Group and Co-Chair of the Banking & Financial Institutions Law Group.
  • V. Mary Abraham

    V. Mary Abraham is an internationally known law firm knowledge management leader and consultant on facilitating strategic conversations and interactive educational sessions. For over 11 years she helped lead the knowledge management / knowledge sharing efforts within an international law firm. In addition to the content creation and content management activities she carried out on behalf of various practice groups, she also led her firm’s effort to enhance knowledge sharing through the use of social media tools. Prior to her work in knowledge management, she was a corporate lawyer whose practice focused on international joint ventures and mergers and acquisitions. Ms. Abraham is a frequent speaker and writer on knowledge management and social media issues. Her blog,, continues to win commendations and readers, and sparks discussions in the legal community and other industries. She has served on the advisory boards of the Practical Law Company and (an online forum for knowledge management personnel worldwide). In addition, she was a member of the conference planning committee for the International Legal Technology Association from 2009 to 2012, where she helped design and implement innovative interactive conference sessions that won overwhelmingly positive reviews from attendees. She has been honored by her peers as a thought-leader in the areas of knowledge management and Enterprise 2.0. She can be reached at Or follow her on Twitter / LinkedIn.
  • Valerie Caswell

    Valerie Caswell is a marketing professional at Gum essays and Lucky assignments. She is a firm believer in lifelong learning and enjoys researching and writing about online marketing, technology and entrepreneurship.
  • Valerie Charles

    Valerie serves as GAN’s Chief Strategy Officer. With diverse industry experience, Valerie helps define and drive our strategic position in the compliance community, focused on thought leadership and growth strategy. She also leads GAN’s legal function with a focus on compliance, commercial & strategic transactions, employment, litigation and regulatory issues. Valerie has served as outside counsel, conducted internal investigations, and represented clients in connection with matters involving anti-bribery restrictions worldwide. She has also served as Associate General Counsel and Global Compliance Lead for an international technology company.
  • Vasy Kafidoff

    Vasy Kafidoff is a co-founder and CEO at WritingMetier. He is interested in education, digital marketing, and modern technology. He believes that technological innovation shape the business, service provision, and means of production.
  • Victoria Davis

    This blog post was brought to you by Victoria Davis, a certified Legal specialist and professional academic writer in the Law field at EssayHub essay help platform. Throughout her career, Victoria has faced the need to deal with legal writing and believes that writing skills are essential for Law students. In this article, she explains why these skills matter and shares tips on how to master them.
  • Victoria Dayton

    This article was written by Victoria Dayton, a professional academic writer at EssayPro, and an expert in the legal field with an MA degree. Victoria has been a law student herself not so long ago and knows how many challenges fall on students. In this post, she shares with you a list of top 6 apps that will make law students’ lives simpler.
  • Victoria Munson

    Victoria Munson is a business reporter at One of her favorite topics to write about is current events. Victoria helps her readers gain a better understanding of world events through her continual analysis of world events and politics.
  • Victoria Santoro

    Victoria Santoro is an attorney at Meehan, Boyle, Black & Bogdanow, P.C. in Boston, Massachusetts. Victoria litigates cases on behalf of injured people, handling a variety of different types of cases including wrongful death, general liability and medical malpractice. Extremely active in the legal community, Victoria serves on the Board of Directors of the Young Lawyers Division, and on various committees at the Massachusetts Bar Association. She’s also a member of the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys and the Women’s Bar Association. Victoria, a graduate of Wesleyan University and Boston College Law School, was voted a Super Lawyers Rising Star in her first year of eligibility. An avid writer, Victoria contributes to several blogs, including her own website, The Limber Lawyer, where she frequently tackles work-life balance issues. You can reach Victoria at You can follow The Limber Lawyer on Twitter here.
  • Vishal Rajpara

    Vishal Rajpara is the co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of Casepoint. He has always had a vision for transforming disjointed workflows in eDiscovery with more efficient and seamless solutions. Vishal’s experience in the legal space spans more than two decades; prior to Casepoint, he has worked in AM LAW 100 firms, such as Crowell & Moring LLP, and legal technology solution consulting companies, such as FTI Consulting.
  • Vitaly Kuprenko

    Vitaly Kuprenko is a writer for Cleveroad. It’s a web and mobile app development company with headquarters in Ukraine. He enjoys writing about technology and digital marketing.
  • Vivian Manning

    Vivian Manning is the IT Manager at Barriston Law LLP in Barrie, Bracebridge, Huntsville and Halliburton, Ontario, Canada. Prior to moving into IT, Vivian practiced law at Barriston LLP primarily in the area of Municipal Land Development, with a total of 17 years in private practice before switching to the IT side of the law office. She shares her love of teaching tech through her blog Small City Law Firm Tech, where she provides tips on using common law office software.
  • Wayne Hassay

    Wayne Hassay is the managing partner of Maguire Schneider Hassay, LLP, a medium sized law firm for the Columbus, Ohio market. Mr. Hassay joined MSH in 1998, and became a partner in 2004. He began private practice in 1991 as a civil litigator. He continues in that role today, enjoying a statewide practice. Over the years his focus has been plaintiff’s personal injury and probate cases. Mr. Hassay has had the honor of serving as Special Counsel to the Ohio Attorney General’s Office. He is a 1988 graduate of Youngstown State University and received his law degree in 1991 from the University of Akron. Mr. Hassay is actively engaged with the Ohio State Bar Association. He is appointed to the Member-Network Board for Thrivent Financial. As managing partner of MSH, his mission is to bring innovation and technology to the practice of law for the benefit of clients. The philosophy is to broaden access to justice by using technology so that more clients can afford the legal services they need. Mr. Hassay believes this will achieve the best possible result for his clients, while making their experience as stress free as possible.
  • Wayne Honeyman

    As Information Technology Manager at Murnane Brandt Law Firm, Wayne Honeyman administers all facets of IT, including networking, storage, virtualization, end user computing, and telecommunications. He leverages cutting edge technologies to support the firm’s users and ensure smooth operations amidst continual growth and change. Before joining Murnane Brandt, Wayne was Technology Support Specialist at Great Western Bank. Prior to that he was Network Administrator at Boys and Girls Clubs of America.
  • Wayne Nykyforchyn

    Wayne Nykyforchyn is the Founder and CEO and President of InvoicePrep. In this role, he sets overall company vision and strategy while managing the sales, marketing, and product and services areas of the company.
  • Wes Johnson

    Wes Johnson is the senior digital forensic examiner at eDiscovery and digital forensics company BIA. He has more than 20 years of experience in forensically retrieving and analyzing computer evidence and providing litigation support. He has analyzed and presented evidence in cases involving theft of intellectual property, theft of trade secrets, fraud, breach of contract, Securities and Exchange Commission investigations, spoliation and destruction of evidence.
  • Wil Schaffner

    Wil Schaffner is an experienced Chief Information Officer & IT expert with academic and professional knowledge in building successful products in the online and mobile space. With entrepreneurial mindset at the forefront he has built technology teams in the US, European and Australian markets. He also led the team which developed the Philips SmartMike technology. He has a proven track record of building successful IT teams, processes and business structures for companies in the online and mobile industry, including Speech Processing Solutions.
  • Will Norton

    Will Norton is founder and CEO of SimplyAgree, a leading provider of closing management technology. Will previously practiced law as a corporate attorney for an Am Law 100 law firm, where he published numerous articles on electronic signatures and contracting. Will currently serves as editor of the American Bar Association’s Technology in M&A Directory.
  • William Goren

    *William D. Goren, Esq., of William D. Goren, J.D., LL.M., LLC in Decatur, Georgia has over 25 years of experience dealing with the ADA as an Attorney. His law practice and consulting practice, , and blog, Understanding the ADA, (a member of the ABA Top 100 for the last five consecutive years, 2014-2018), focus on understanding the ADA so that the client understands what it means to comply with that law. In particular, he provides consulting, counseling, representation, and training services involving compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and related laws. He is also a trained mediator and a FINRA arbitrator. Finally, he is the author of Understanding the ADA, now in its 4th edition (ABA 2013), and numerous other articles on the rights of persons with disabilities.
  • Yael Citro

    Yael Citro is the cofounder of LawPal and a lawyer. LawPal is part deal room, part project manager. It is a cloud-based workspace for planning, executing and tracking a transaction, allowing lawyers and clients centralized access to all documents, communications and notes. Click here to start using LawPal.
  • Yakshit Bose

    Yakshit Bose is the Senior Developer at leading Custom Wordpress Development Services Company CMARIX Technolabs Pvt. Ltd. He is an experienced, WordPress developer. He likes to share his thoughts on Web development, CMS development, and Technology News.
  • Yuliia Litvinchuk

    Yuliia Litvinchuk is a content coordinator at with an unquenchable thirst for cybersecurity. You can often find her at her computer locating the latest information in the field. When not working, she can be spotted watching 80s and 90s anime and reading sci-fi comics.
  • Monica Zent and Ian Connett

    Monica Zent is an experienced entrepreneur, investor, businesswoman and trusted legal advisor to leading global brands, over a period that spans decades. She is the founder of leading legal services company, ZentLaw and its innovative ZentLaw Labs. She is also the founder of LawDesk360, the workflow efficiency platform for legal departments and law firms. Zent is an investor in real estate and start-ups. She dedicates much of her time and talent to various charitable causes. She is a diversity and inclusion advocate, inspiring all people to pursue their dreams. When she’s not running companies, Zent runs distance as an endurance athlete.@monicazent Ian Connett, Esq. (@QuantumJurist) is the Founder of QuantumJurist, Inc., a LegalTech consulting and technology venture dedicated to improving and creating efficiencies in the legal services industry. Ian is also a Contributing Editor to the Legal Innovation Center and Host of the Evolve the Law Podcast. Ian resides in New York, where he has served as an in-house counsel to numerous technology companies. You can connect with Ian on Twitter and LinkedIn and you can reach him by email at (for story ideas, personal correspondence, media inquires or speaking engagements).