Over the last few decades, Peer to Peer has evolved alongside ILTA, bringing our members and partners new, engaging, and innovative ILTA content! For 2020, Peer to Peer has been reimagined! With an all-new look and feel, and chock-full of digital assets, take a few minutes and thumb through Breaking and Making: How AI, Security, and New Blood are Challenging the Status Quo!
For this issue, Peer to Peer took the idea of challenging the status quo in legal tech and dove deep into the issues that affect us all. As COVID-19 has moved people into new and challenging work situations, this issue strives to pull us all together. Tackling topics related to social technology, Women Who Lead, ILTA celebrations, and a preview into ILTA 2020 events, this issue offers so much new and exciting content! Keep a lookout for new columns and podcasts in this issue to start the year off right!
With well over a dozen articles, there’s something for everyone! Inside, you’ll find an ILTA events section, along with an ILTA birthday video, and a few more fun video surprises! Additionally, this issue hosts an eDiscovery salary survey shared by Women in eDiscovery (WiE), and there is a fantastic new podcast series “Business Partner Spotlight.” Further, there are education team, member, and partner updates, and this issue has over half a dozen podcasts
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Table of Contents
When Artificial Intelligence Meets the Workplace: Document Management, Security, and More by Ben Liu
Law Firms Aren’t Just for Lawyers: One Woman’s Journey in Legal Operations and Legal Project Management by Jessica Robinson
Raising Consciousness: Surfacing Unconscious Biases to Grow Diversity and Inclusion by Gillian Power, Robin Price, Ginevra Saylor, and Debbie Ting
How To Be a Young Lawyer In a Whole New World of Legal Technology by Mariana Figueirêdo
Out with COM and VSTO, In with Office Add-ins by Brian Podolsky
A Practical Guide to Implementing an AI Software Training Project by Hunter Jackson
Preventing unintentional data breaches cannot be left to AI alone. by Dean Sappey
Ready for the Next Five Years?: Changes in Legal Tech You Need to Prepare For by Chris Cartrett
Firm Intelligence: Busting Data Silos in the New Decade by Joshua Fireman & Todd Painter
What are the key attributes of an innovative law firm and how much do they really matter? by James Côté
Many Paths to One Destination: Meaningful Law Firm Innovation by Cristin K. Traylor
The legal sector is the same but different when it comes to technology. by Eric McCashey
Maverick Women Working at the Intersection of the Law, Academia and Innovation by Natalie Runyon
eSignatures in Transactions: Nudging Attorneys to Adoption by Will Norton
Next Wave of Information Governance: Change Management is the New Rudolph by Bryn Bowen