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How Today’s (And Tomorrow’s) Legal Tech Can Up Your Game

David Joseph Scriven-Young

How Today’s (And Tomorrow’s) Legal Tech Can Up Your Game
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Guest Kathryn “Katie” DeBord leads product development strategy at the global firm DISCO in technological, cloud-based solutions for lawyers and law firms. Tech, from the earliest stages of every case, is no longer an option. Everything from e-discovery—sifting through oceans of data—to analyzing witness statements to adjusting trial strategy on the fly involves today’s ever-evolving technologies. 

Are you keeping up? It’s hard to know with so many services bursting onto the scene. Hear how DeBord scans the landscape to track what’s new, what works, and what’s still in the pipeline. 

You’ve come a long way from the LexisNexis and Westlaw you met in law school. Entire suites of tech platforms, all the way up to generative AI, are on the market and getting better. If your opponent is using the latest, and you’re not...well, that’s not good.

Autogenerate timelines, upload and organize evidence, and sift through data as today’s tools accelerate your case and reveal hidden connections. Tech won’t replace your creativity and skill as an attorney, but it can help you work smarter, more efficiently, and achieve better results. 

(Plus, did you know the CIA has a secret museum of gadgets created by the agency’s Directorate of Science and Technology? And no, you can’t visit it without secret clearance).

Special thanks to our sponsor DISCO.