ILTA Publications

2019 (Winter) Peer to Peer: Challenges and the Road Ahead 

01-13-2020 11:37

Our end-of-year issue addresses many of the Challenges that Innovation and Evolution brought to technology over the last year and sets us all up for a more open, advanced, and technologically prepared 2020.

For this issue, articles take a fresh look at AI, CRM strategies, Do-It-Yourself Tech, Chatbots, eDiscovery, and so much more. There are over a dozen, high-quality articles, written from both member and partner perspectives… certainly enough reading material to get you to the New Year!

Additionally, you will find a post-ILTACON Europe recap section, new member and partner updates, a slew of new and interesting columns, and this issue even has a few podcasts to keep you warm in front of the fire!

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Table of Contents

AI: A Lawyer’s Frenemy? by Tomas Suros

Building an Insights-Driven CRM Strategy with Hybrid Cloud by @Scott Wallingford 

Rapid Application Development, DIY Tech and Repurposing Data across the Organizational Workflow by @David Carns

Change Management Focus – Disruption or Adoption by @Ken Manford 

Dealing with Client Cybersecurity Audits by Michael Gargiulo

Women In Tech: Be Heard, Be Respected, Be Powerful by @Dawn Sheridan and @Miriam Parrish 

Want to Innovate?  How’s Your Data? by @Christopher Zegers 

Legal Tech Adoption: A Principled Approach by @James Cote 

Cross-Border eDiscovery: How to Overcome Challenges and Contain Costs by Wendell Jisa

The Evolving Role of Voice-Based Technologies in the Legal Industry by @Serena Wellen

What’s all the Chatter about Chatbots? by @Jack Recinto

The Law Firm Of The Future: New Knowledge, Skills and Worldviews by @Abhijat Saraswat 

The Revolution Will Be Containerized by @Joe Davis  

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