Time for another installment of the “He Said, She Said” podcast! This episode is about Legal Technology Investment Trends!
Recently, Christy Burke (who is President and Founder of Burke & Company LLC) and I conducted an interview with four thought leaders who are heavily involved in legal technology investment: Wendy Butler Curtis, Chief Innovation Officer at Orrick, Gregory Mazares, Executive Chairman at ModeOne, Zach Posner, Managing Partner at The LegalTech Fund and Basha Frost Rubin, CEO & Co-Founder at Priori Legal.
We discussed a variety of topics, including: 1) major legal tech investment trends unfolding in 2023; 2) the factors that influenced 2022 legal tech investment; 3) legal tech investment from a law firm, industry veteran, fund manager and provider receiving investment; and 4) where legal technology and legal tech investment is heading over the next three to five years! In this interview, we discuss investment from both the investor and the startup point of view, with recommendations from the panelists from every perspective!
It’s a terrific interview with four thought leaders about a variety of topics related to legal technology investment, which is under more scrutiny than ever! The interview is below AND it’s also available in eDiscovery Today’s YouTube channel here!
This is the latest interview for Christy and me in a new podcast series called “He Said, She Said” (credit Christy for the clever name – it’s what she said 😉 ). In this periodic podcast, we will be covering the human side of legal technology and eDiscovery and taking on topics we believe are very important and creating a forum for thoughtful discussion. Look for more discussions coming soon! And thanks again to Kiley for her video editing assistance!
So, what do you think? What do you think the current landscape is for legal tech investment? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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