Gain Insights on Technology Adoption across Courts and Firms



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Technology adoption, especially in today’s world, is vital in order to stay competitive with other firms and feel confident in front of your judge. Deliver a better work product for your clients, with the ability to strengthen arguments and rebut your opponent’s positions. 

This webcast will focus on the increasing adoption of advanced, AI-powered legal technology by both courts and law firms. It will touch base on the challenges legal professionals are facing today and how the current environment is impacting everything from court backlogs to practice areas. 

Get an overview on the tools early tech adopters at courts and firms are leveraging and the benefits they provide attorneys. Learn how legal technology that mitigates the risk of inaccuracies or omissions levels the playing field for courts and firms alike. Find out what all of this means for your practice, and get a sneak peek at some exciting new legal technology. 

Join this webcast to learn how to spend less time researching without sacrificing comprehensiveness or accuracy. Key takeaways include:

  • Insights on technology adoption by both courts and firms.
  • The impact of AI-powered tools for practicing professionals.  
  • What tools are available to attorneys now, and what’s coming in the future.
  • How to save time checking citations and quotations.


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Kendall Smith | Business Development Manager 

Kendall has worked in the court and legal technologies industries for 25+ years with a focus on emerging new court and electronic filing solutions. She started her career as a litigation paralegal and, in 1995, joined LAWPlus, LLC, the company that developed one of the first e-filing systems in the U.S. and that was ultimately acquired by LexisNexis in the early 2000s. She managed strategy and sales for LexisNexis File & Serve until 2015. As a business development manager for Thomson Reuters Court Management Solutions, she now finds ways to help courts succeed in their modernization efforts, including virtual hearings and remote trials. Kendall has a B.A. degree from the University of Texas, is a certified litigation paralegal, certified e-discovery specialist and has completed various leadership programs at Harvard Business School and Babson College.

Bret Anderson | Client Manager AMLAW Firms

Experienced Account Manager with a demonstrated history of partnership in the information technology, legal and services industry. Strategic legal industry professional with a Finance and Information Systems degree from Stetson University, a Juris Doctorate from Florida State University and Thomson Reuters Executive MBA. Actively licensed Florida attorney. Currently Client Manager, Global Large Law / AMLAW firms. Past career experience includes commercial litigation practice, prosecutorial experience, Practical Law Large Law Firm Client Manager for the Southeastern quadrant of the United States, Large Law Firm Senior Client Manager for Midsize Law Firms and Top 500 Corporate Account Manager for the Southeastern United States.

Carol Jo (CJ) LechtenbergSenior Director Westlaw Product Management

CJ currently works on the Westlaw Product Management team leading innovation and developing enhancements to solve customer problems. CJ joined TR in 2002 as a reference attorney and began her Westlaw product development career in 2006.  She has her Juris Doctor from the University of North Dakota School of Law, as well as multiple Bachelor of Arts degrees in Accounting, Business Administration and History/Political Science from the University of Jamestown.