Michael Callier is an attorney with 13 years of experience in private and in-house practice. His time directing operations and providing legal counsel to a process improvement firm in China led to his experience in process improvement, project management, and change management. Michael works with internal and external clients to design and improve legal processes and to lead deployments of attorneys, process and technology for strategic initiatives. With a focus on systems, innovation and process performance effectiveness, Michael helps deliver legal solutions that reduce costs to clients, increase value, create deeper client satisfaction, and produce results. Lawyers on Fire met Michael after his speech at this year’s Legal Tech West Coast conference in San Francisco.
Leila Banijamali is a tech licensing lawyer, entrepreneur, and investor based in San Francisco, California. She has founded businesses in the legal-tech and fine arts industries and acts as outside general legal counsel to emerging growth companies. Lawyers on Fire met Leila at the Legal Tech Show in San Francisco where she was a speaker.
If you are interested in more background on this founder's story, you might also want to read this interview in Womenalia.
Dr Zev J. Eigen is a data scientist focused on cutting edge applications
in HR, labor and employment law, and legal services. A former professor at
Northwestern, and visiting professor at Yale and NYU, Dr Eigen was honored as
one of "40 Under 40 Rising Legal Stars" by the National Law Journal,
and is frequently quoted in the media as an expert on big data and predictive
analytics. He is a nationally recognized expert in these fields appearing in
the media frequently (Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Forbes,
NPR, Bloomberg News, Reuters, Chicago Tribune, NBC, CBS, FOX, etc.). Zev
is a frequent speaker on matters pertaining to workplace data analytics.
Lawyers on Fire met him after his speech at the Legal Tech West Coast in San Francisco.
If you want to learn more about Dr Eigen and his work, please have a look at his webpage.
Carsten and Jochen talk about the interviews they conducted in 2016 and share their most interesting moments and findings. They then go on to take a look at what is ahead in 2017.
The discussion is in German and an English transcript will be available soon.