Exploring legal tech can be challenging. The Legal Tech Publishing (LTP) Buyer's Guide series serves as a roadmap to identify appropriate solutions to fit your budget, resources, and caseload.
Our subject matter experts explore the ins-and-outs of legal tech software, and shed light on their benefits and features. In turn, attorneys and litigation professionals can find answers to common questions including:
Can these technologies really improve the way we practice?
How can these technologies improve our client service?
What are the best products to consider for our practice?
There are so many products, how do we know which one to select?
We are moving to a more remote environment, which products will help us achieve our goals?
The LTP Team, consisting of leading industry professionals who have worked directly with a wide variety of legal tech solutions, delivers informative use cases and valuable insights. In so doing, LTP highlights your potential benefits and dispels many of the myths and misconceptions surrounding legal tech related costs, services, and capabilities.
With first-hand experience leading change inside legal technology companies, and decades of success selling products and services to lawyers, law firms, and legal departments, Cathy helps legal vendors avoid pitfalls, generate internal buy-in, and turn strategies into action.
Jay is an experienced and versatile professional, and a veteran of more than two and a half decades in the legal industry.
Jay has been involved with various industry planning groups and advisory boards and has conducted a wealth of industry presentations. Jay has worked with technology, training, support, marketing, billing and accounting, practice management, and eDiscovery. This experience has led to a deep understanding of the complexities that impacts the firm's success.
In the role of Legal Tech Publishing’s Editor in Chief, Jay helps to provide insight and understanding to the community as readers look to gather information in support of the ongoing quest for productive and efficient technology and workflow solutions.
Sean is a freelance writer and ghostwriter with more than twenty years of experience covering legal technology as an analyst and writer for 451 Research, ALM Media, and UBM Tech. He is a regular contributor to the ABA Journal and Legaltech News.
Sean is also a sole practitioner licensed in California, the District of Columbia, and New York.