I’ll be at the ABA TECHSHOW April 2 – April 4 and hope to see many of you, especially those from Chicago, there, although I expect I’ll live up to my reputation as the worst liveblogger ever.
However, I have some big news. The Kennedy-Mighell Report, a podcast Tom Mighell and I produced on an irregular basis over the past few years, has been relaunched as part of the excellent Legal Talk Network, with a new format and the great production team at LTN.
Episode #1 is called “Reality Check – The Impact of Legal Technology on Lawyers” and, as part of our new format, features our good friend and legal tech maven, Adriana Linares as a special guest co-host. We had a lot of fun making the podcast and it has some great practical information on legal tech.
Here’s the description:

Technology can help you manage your law practice OR make you want to throw the computer or mobile device of choice out the window! Hear the economic reality check and the impact on legal technology for lawyers – the hard but helpful facts. Time’s up for computer illiterate lawyers – find out why! And too much stuff to search for discovery, case law, etc – what to do?

We’ll do the podcast every other week and it’s available on iTunes and via RSS feed. Details here.
Please give it a listen and let us know what you think. We’re happy to get suggestions for topics to cover in the future.
I’m very much looking forward to Richard Susskind’s keynote presentation at TECHSHOW (to me, this is a must-see for anyone seriously interested about the future of the practice of law. If you are in Chicago, you really have to consider at least going for the TECHSHOW day-pass to see this one). Tom and I will be doing several presentations on collaboration tools on Friday (another good use of the day pass option, if you ask me). Please say hello if you see me.
[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (https://www.denniskennedy.com/blog/)]
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