FutureLaw @5 Lightning Round” panel at Stanford CodeX’s FutureLaw event. From left to right: Adam Stock, Jim Sandman, Judy Perry Martinez, Margaret Hagan and Jeannette Eicks. ()
Legal technology trade conferences tend to focus on how technology adoption can boost efficiency in big law firms and legal departments. But new, creative approaches and tools could improve access to and delivery of legal services beyond the usual Big Law environments.
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