FireSide Chat: Legal Technology

In this exclusive FireSide Chat, our Head of Growth, Ben Chiriboga sits down with Charles Uniman, the Founder and Host of Legal Tech StartUp Focus.

Ben had an interesting time chatting to Charles about:

  1. The categories of legal tech currently available on the market today
  2. How to easily find out about Legal Tech through meetups and online
  3. How to assess and make a business case for LegalTech inside your firm
  4. The right and wrong way to think about on-boarding your firm users
  5. The pros and cons of on-premise vs. cloud legal technology
  6. How to assess your legal tech vendors
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