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The SAL TechLaw.Fest 2021 Series: Ken Hwee Tan and Bridget McCormack on Will Robots Replace Judges?

TechLaw.Fest is a signature production by the Singapore Academy of Law, and the Future Law Podcast is pleased to continue the conversations hosted there with this podcast series on the future of law and technology. This second episode in the series features a conversation about judging and the role of automation and artificial intelligence (AI)…

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Ellen McGinnis, Haynes & Boone, on Diversity and Inclusion in Managing Legal Talent

The future of law brings urgency to long-standing questions about diversity and inclusion in the legal profession. This episode looks that those questions at ground level, in a complex business law firm.  It features an interview with Ellen McGinnis, a senior partner at the Haynes & Boone, a global firm with its roots in Texas. …

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The SAL TechLaw.Fest 2021 Series: Joyce A. Tan on Innovating in Tech Law

TechLaw.Fest is a signature production by the Singapore Academy of Law, and the Future Law Podcast is pleased to continue the conversations hosted there with this podcast series on the future of law and technology. This first episode in the series features a conversation with Joyce A. Tan, a leading Singapore-based technology law, on innovation…

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The Orrick Series: ALSPs, with Daryl Shetterly, Liam Brown, and Basha Rubin

Orrick, one of the world’s best-known law firms, partners with The Future Law Podcast for a 4-episode look around the organization, taking stock of its people, its innovation practices, its organizational design, and its industry partnerships.   This fourth episode in The Orrick series features a talk about Alternative Legal Service Providers (ALSPs) and related law…

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Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Bridget McCormack

Bridget Mary McCormack, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Michigan, has been aggressively pursuing court reform in that state’s courts.  But “court reform” doesn’t begin to describe the scope, ambition, and impact of what Michigan has been able to accomplish. Nor does the phrase “access to justice.”  Listen to Chief Justice McCormack’s provocative tour…

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The Orrick Series: Global Operations, with Kelly Cullen and Will Turani

Orrick, one of the world’s best-known law firms, partners with The Future Law Podcast for a 4-episode look around the organization, taking stock of its people, its innovation practices, its organizational design, and its industry partnerships.   This third episode in The Orrick series features a talk about global operations and specifically about Orrick’s Global Operations…

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The Orrick Series: Innovation, with Wendy Butler Curtis and Kate Orr

Orrick, one of the world’s best-known law firms, partners with The Future Law Podcast for a 4-episode look around the organization, taking stock of its people, its innovation practices, its organizational design, and its industry partnerships.   This second episode in The Orrick series features a talk about innovation. What does innovation mean in a contemporary…

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The Orrick Series: Talent, with Siobhan Handley and Bryan Parker

Orrick, one of the world’s best-known law firms, partners with The Future Law Podcast for a 4-episode look around the organization, taking stock of its people, its innovation practices, its organizational design, and its industry partnerships.   This first episode in The Orrick series features a talk about talent.  How does Orrick think about and practice…

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Alex Hamilton, CEO of Radiant Law

Alex Hamilton, founder and CEO of Radiant Law, left a Big Law partnership behind 10 years ago to start an organization that offers a different way to deliver commercial contracting services to clients.  He hasn’t looked back. In this episode of The Future Law Podcast, he sits down with host Michael Madison for a frank…

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Anusia Gillespie, NewLaw Advocate

Anusia Gillespie is a legal innovator, practicing and advancing NewLaw ideas.  In this episode of the Future Law Podcast, she talks with host Michael Madison about what NewLaw means and how she moved from a “typical” US law degree to a NewLaw leadership role. Anusia Gillespie at LinkedIn Anusia Gillespie on Twitter Anusia Gillespie on…

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