He Said, She Said on Ari Kaplan’s Reinventing Professionals Podcast!: Legal Technology Trends

It’s a three-post day! That’s because Christy Burke (president and founder of Burke & Company LLC) and I were guests last week on Ari Kaplan’s Reinventing Professionals podcast and the recording is now available!

Ari is an attorney, author, and leading legal industry analyst and principal at (the aptly named) Ari Kaplan Advisors. If you know legal tech, you’re probably familiar with him – he’s everywhere!  His Reinventing Professionals podcast provides guidance and perspectives on how to effectively navigate a perpetually shifting professional landscape, with a unique focus on the legal industry and the technology that is driving its evolution. Ari interviews leading professionals in legal technology in his terrific podcast, publishing several interviews a month.

Ari spoke to Christy and me about our new podcast: He Said, She Said, where Christy and I will be covering the human side of legal technology and eDiscovery. We discussed the first episode we recently published (where we interviewed Candice Corby, President and CEO of Cobra Legal Solutions, Deeanna Fleener, VP of Litigation Services at Integreon and Joy Murao, Founder and CEO of Practice Aligned Resources) which focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion (available here).  We discussed the key takeaways of that interview, topics for future programs, and trends driving eDiscovery and legal technology forward.  It was a fun interview, and we covered a lot in under 17 minutes!

The interview is on iTunes and a link to it is here.  Check it out, if you have a free 16 minutes and 44 seconds!  And thanks to Ari for the interview!

So, what do you think?  What topics should Christy and I cover next in He Said, She Said?  Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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