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In part two of this Just Hearsay podcast, DISCO’s Andrew Shimek and Kristin Zmrhal connect with former Global Chief Innovation Officer of Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner (BCLP), Katie DeBord, to uncover how technology, from cloud to AI, is changing the legal profession.
September 21, 2022 at 10:50 AM
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The proliferation of technology, from cloud computing to mobile devices to advances in AI, is changing the legal profession in profound ways. At the same time, clients are asking more pointed questions about what technologies are being used to create better legal outcomes efficiently.
In this second episode of DISCO’s Just Hearsay podcast series, hosts Andrew Shimek, Chief Revenue Office at DISCO, and Kristin Zmrhal, Vice President of Product Strategy, speak to Katie DeBord, who recently joined DISCO after working as the Chief Innovation Officer at BCLP, about how technology is altering the legal profession.
DeBord shares her insights into how technology affects the relationship between attorneys and their clients, how technology solutions are selected and onboarded, and how legal tech professionals can leverage their role as trusted advisors.
Just Hearsay is a new podcast series sponsored by DISCO. In Part 1, Shimek, Zmrhal and DeBord discuss how their careers led them to legal technology.
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