I had the opportunity to chat with Marissa Downs, Principal at corporate law firm Much Shelist in Chicago, IL. As an experienced litigator and active board member of the Coalition of Women’s Initiatives in Law, Marissa shares how her firm differentiates their litigation practice with innovative, tech-conversant attorneys who understand how to marshal big data.
I had the honor of sitting down with Jim Fine, Professor at Roosevelt University, to chat about his experience in legal education, and learn his advice for legal professionals looking to differentiate themselves in today’s increasingly competitive market.
As a part of our series of DISCO client interviews, I had the pleasure of interviewing Greg Leighton, Partner at Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg LLP, about his career and the various changes his career has undergone, influenced by new technology and today’s shifting legal landscape.
Jonathan Wiley, Sr. Solutions Consultant, recently sat down with Brian Clark of Lockridge Grindal Nauen, P.L.L.P. to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing plaintiffs in discovery and the importance of storytelling for trial lawyers.
Rose Walker LLP, a trial law firm based in Dallas, has consistently been ranked among top the trial firms in Texas. With over 30 years of experience handling large complex cases, I had the pleasure of interviewing Trial Paralegal at Rose Walker LLP, Joni Rose, about her background and advice for young professionals getting into the legal industry.
There are two aspects of discovery when thinking about documents: reviewing the documents and reviewing to understand the contents of the documents. When you are the party receiving documents, then your document review efforts are more concerned with understanding those documents.
As data volumes continue to grow, state and local governments have to do more, fast – even when the budget is tight. To learn more about what cities are doing to address these issues, I’ve invited Josh Schaffer, City Records Manager for the City of Minneapolis, for a conversation about how they are leading innovation for the city’s public records management.