The new episode of The Kennedy-Mighell Report podcast is called, appropriately enough, “Does it Take 10,000 Hours to Become a Legal Tech Expert?” and is now available. In the episode, Tom Mighell and I take a look at what it takes to become a legal technology expert these days and whether it is
2021 Episodes of The Kennedy-Mighell Report Podcast (So Far)
Seemed like a good time to catch up those of you who aren’t already regular subscribers or listeners to The Kennedy-Mighell Report podcast on what shows we’ve released in 2021 so far. We are nearing the 300th episode, which should occur right at the end of the year by my calculations. We recently passed the…
Virtual Reality in the Practice of Law: The Future is Approaching Quickly and in 3D
Please join the Michigan State University Center for Law, Technology & Innovation on March 26, 2021 (Friday) at 1:00 Eastern for a free Zoom presentation on current uses and possible future uses of Virtual Reality in the practice of law. Might some of your future work be done while wearing VR goggles? You’ll see examples…
Podcast: All-In on Virtual Reality
Tom Mighell and I each recently purchased the new Oculus Quest 2 virtual reality headset. The result: our latest podcast episode: “All-In on Virtual Reality: VR Tech & Its Many Potential Applications in the Legal Field.”
“All in” might be an understatement. We believe this was our longest episode in the 14+…
Microsoft Teams: Tips for Law Firms from Karuana Gatimu
Microsoft Teams has moved up to the top of the priority list for many legal organizations. That made now the perfect time for Tom Mighell and I to take a closer look at Teams with a true expert in the latest edition of The Kennedy-Mighell Report podcast on the Legal Talk Network.
A Bunch of Recent Podcasts
I’ve been doing a lot of podcasting and “Zoomcasting” lately and wanted to collect links to them all in one place in this post.
The Kennedy-Mighell Report Podcast
Tom and I have done some great shows on some cool topics lately. We have some great stuff planned for the next few months, so it’s a…
Remote Collaboration Tools in a Time of COVID-19
I’ve been spending the last few days preparing for teaching my classes at the University of Michigan and at Michigan State University this week. Many, many others are also preparing to work from home, teach from home, and attend classes from home.
Collaboration, especially online collaboration, has been a focus of mine for many years.…
COVID-19 and Remote Collaboration Tools: Podcast
In the latest episode of The Kennedy-Mighell Report (recorded several weeks ago), called “Coronavirus Looms – Can Technology Replace Travel?“, Tom and I looked at the practical impacts COVID-19 and pandemic concerns might have on ways we work together.
We were a bit closer the the mark than we had hoped to be…
Recent Episodes of The Kennedy-Mighell Report Podcast
It’s been a while since I pointed to recent episodes of The Kennedy-Mighell Report Podcast. Tom and I have been on a run of really good episodes (IMHO), so it seemed like a good time to do a post about those episodes and invite you to take a listen to the show.
Talking About Cloud Computing – 2019
Cloud computing has long been an interest of mine. I feel like I have been explaining it to lawyers for many, many years.
Recently, I had an article I wrote about cloud computing published and was quoted in another article about cloud computing for lawyers.
In the article I was quoted in, “Is the…