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Global Legal Innovation Challenge Congrats Knomos!

Law Made was pleased to help design and execute the inaugural Global Legal Innovation Challenge  with its key client and partner Blakes – a top business law firm that provides exceptional legal services to leading businesses in Canada and around the world. Serving a diverse national and international client base, Blakes’ integrated network of 11 offices worldwide focusses […]

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(videos) The Forum on Legal Evolution

Chicago | November 9, 2017 Held at the Northwestern School of Law and organized by Bill Henderson, the Forum on Legal Evolution really was an extraordinary day of like minded travellers gathering — and collectively willing their way toward a more improved legal services industry. It’s tough to serve all constituents in a single forum […]

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T Shape Lawyer in Legal Business World

We were thrilled to see the T Shaped Lawyer get some love in an article in Legal Business World (LBW). LBW is a great publication in its own right and we look forward to writing an article or two in a future edition. In the interim — please check out this terrific piece by Peter […]

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Stanford + Toronto Emerging Legal Technology Forum

  By Jason Moyse + Lisa Culbert Pondering the week ahead just before a hectic couple of days — with lots that will benefit Law Made’s ecosystem + clients. On Thursday September 21st — along with our client and production partner Thomson Reuters, we put on the Emerging Legal Technology Forum which was SOLD OUT. […]

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I would bet on success for Atrium

By Jason Moyse You know the big question getting asked right now is whether Atrium  is simply Clearspire Part II — but maybe it’s just a matter of the market has moved forward. Some of the entrants in the market now – whether they be lawyers or folks who like Justin: just simply want a […]

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Book Review | Artificial Intelligence | Run the marathon to the very last mile.

By Jason Moyse and Lisa Culbert Those who run regularly or who have experienced the endorphin euphoria known as “runner’s high”, can experience the same heady feeling reading Joanna Goodman’s “Robots in Law: How Artificial Intelligence is Transforming Legal Services” (Ark, 2016). The book provides a fulsome journey for the reader through the Artificial Intelligence […]

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