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Women of Legal Tech: Natalie Knowlton

Natalie Knowlton is Co-Founder & A2J Policy Principal at Access to Justice Ventures, LLC.         Three points to summarize you and your work in legal tech. The percentage of self-represented litigants in civil and family law matters is massive, and with this trend comes massive opportunities for legal tech innovators. I have studied and closely follow the …

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Women of Legal Tech: Nicole Morris

Nicole Morris is Professor & Director of Innovation and Legal Tech at Emory University School of Law.         Three points to summarize you and your work in legal tech. Focus on the problem to be solved; Are you solving the right problem? Innovation is an iterative process. Getting negative results will happen and this is valuable information …

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Women of Legal Tech: Carol Schlein

Carol Schlein is Founder/President at Law Office Systems, Inc.       Three points to summarize you and your work in legal tech. Creative Problem solver. Legal tech pioneer as woman lawyer turned legal tech consultant. Trusted tech advisor to hundreds of law firms! How did you become involved in legal tech? Found that I loved to train people on …

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Women of Legal Tech: Jacqueline Schafer

Jacqueline Schafer is Founder & CEO of Clearbrief.     Three points to summarize you and your work in legal tech. Jacqueline is the founder and CEO of Clearbrief (2022 New Law Company of the Year, Legalweek; 2021 Startup of the Year, American Legal Tech Awards). She also received the 2021 APEX Legal Innovation Award from the WA State Bar …

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Women of Legal Tech: Olga V. Mack

Olga V. Mack is VP / CEO of Parley Pro at LexisNexis.     Three points to summarize you and your work in legal tech. I am an award-winning general counsel, operations professional, startup advisor, public speaker, adjunct professor, and entrepreneur. I co-founded SunLaw, an organization dedicated to preparing women in-house attorneys to become general counsels and legal leaders, and …

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Women of Legal Tech: Dyane O’Leary

Dyane O’Leary is the Associate Professor of Legal Writing; Director Legal Innovation & Technology Concentration at Suffolk University Law School. Three points to summarize you and your work in legal tech. I work to integrate technology competence skills into the law school curriculum and introduce all students to the ways innovative new aspects of law practice will impact their future …

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Women of Legal Tech: Debbie Reynolds

Debbie Reynolds is CEO & Chief Data Privacy Officer of Debbie Reynolds Consulting LLC. Find her on Twitter @DebbieDataDiva.   Three points to summarize you and your work in legal tech. Be curious about technology, look to any technology innovations and how they can apply to and impact legal tech, be a mentor. I was doing digital transformation as part …

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Four Ways to Simplify Your Billing and Get Paid Faster

Your clients are the heart of your business. If you’re a small firm or solo practitioner, your waking hours are spent focusing on winning for them. With only 24 hours in the day, there’s little time left to spend on time tracking, billing, and chasing after slow-paying clients. Regardless of practice area, these are three of the biggest headaches facing …

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Legal Leads Provide Unexpected Strategic Benefits for Law Firms

Attorneys come to lead providers like 4LegalLeads.com with a simple objective in mind, to find new clients online. That’s the priority, and understandably so. Online advertising and lead generation is a highly complex skill that most law firms don’t have the time or bandwidth to master. So, legal leads give them the ability to outsource the mammoth, expert task of sourcing online leads to an …

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Why More Law Firms Are Accepting Online Payments

Today’s tech-savvy clients expect online payment options—especially the ability to pay by credit card. And this expectation is the default for all companies they do business with, including hiring a lawyer. According to the U.S. Federal Reserve, the use of credit cards grew 392%, while checks declined by 66%, between 2000 and 2018. Accepting online payments not only provides more …

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