Patrick Palace is a lawyer who doesn’t code or know how to create a bot. But he can leverage his experience and knowledge to combine legal and tech expertise.

“This is our time to build the projects to create the system that really has all the answers instead of tinkering and tinkering,” said Palace, owner of Tacoma, Washington-based Palace Law, at the the Clio Cloud Conference’s “Building Partnerships Between Law Firms & Tech Companies” session.

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