(video) Market Landscape: Thomson Reuters Leadership Conference

We were pleased to be invited to speak as a paid engagement to the Thomson Reuters Global Leadership Conference which is their annual kickoff.  The company is grappling with very significant change even with strong financial results — it is the most uncertain period in quite sometime. Innovation is a tough push for large enterprises […]

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2018 Year in Review

What a year! HIGHLIGHTS: The Pitch | Client Work | Keynotes | Articles + Writing | Thomson Reuters | Partners Thank you to all those that contributed to the various projects that helped Law Made make a global impact this year. As we continue on the mission to make law better — we’ve worked with great partners and […]

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June 27 | Toronto | The Scene from the UK

Join us at the Design Exchange in Toronto for this informative and interactive discussion on the UK legal innovation scene as told by John Quinn, CEO of Clarilis and former Eversheds & Slaughter and May. Please RSVP for this complementary event and lunch HERE. More details below

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(videos) 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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(video) What is the T Shape Professional?

As part of Law Made’s partnership with LexisNexis, we’ve been conducting a roadshow across a number of law schools to introduce the concept of TShape professionals and innovation in legal. This video (8:12) was captured at the University of British Columbia in early 2018.

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Blue Ocean Strategy for Legal: Atrium + Clearspire + Elevate

Ask those in the know, and many will tell you that the greatest surfer in the world is Laird Hamilton. However, he’s never won a world title in competitive surfing. He doesn’t compete. In fact, it’s Kelly Slater that holds 11 world titles and has won in excess of $4 million in prize money. Does […]

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2019 Emerging Legal Technology Forum

Law Made (Jason especially!) is very proud of the growth of this program from 2016 when it started under the LegalX banner. The content is world class, on point, and increasingly, highly pragmatic. Kudos to Thomson Reuters for continuing this excellent series. Why You Should Attend Engage top legal industry professionals and leaders on new […]

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[video] Quick hit reflections on state of legal innovation Sept 2019

By Jason Moyse Even if you strive to look past the hype and headlines, it can’t be denied… legal is changing. The digital transformation is in flight. Sure, it’s not happening at the speed of other industries, but with funding announcements, legal operations proliferating and other activity…. it’s here. Some of the players I worked […]

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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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Remaking the Legal Services Ecosystem

By Jason Moyse As much as talk in legal and broader commerce overall these days centres on David v. Goliath or even the clash of the titans (think BigLaw), there’s a very faulty set of assumptions around this type of thinking. Taking the view that it’s us versus them unduly limits the possibilities not just […]

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The real value of innovation is not shiny objects

By Jason Moyse I was recently at a dinner with some colleagues and the discussion turned to outside interests and passions. Some were into outdoor activities; others loved watches and fashion. When asked what makes my heart sing, I said legal innovation. Notwithstanding the collective eye roll of my fellow diners, it came from an […]

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If ever there was a time for lawyers to play in the sandbox, it’s now.

By Lisa Culbert The Law Society of England & Wales’ Report: Capturing Technological Innovation in Legal Services provides an empowering narrative and practical examples to move legal tech beyond ideas and innovation for innovation’s sake.Introduction: A sandbox for lawyers? Time to play? These are far cries from the legacy, the tradition and the conservatism expected […]

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When the Time is Right to Get Legal Protection for Great Startup Ideas

By Jason Moyse If you are a certain age, you may have grown up listening to the Smiths ask this really pertinent question. If you aren’t a certain age—just know that before there was a Kurt and Nirvana, there was something else called Morrissey and the Smiths. Aron and I are old, so for comparison, […]

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guest post: Ernst & Young The Riverview Acquisition New Player in New Ball Game

Guest Post: By John G. Kelly B.Com., LL.B., M.Sc. (international relations) M.A. (Jud.Admin) F.CIS www.professionalcareerlauncher.com Short explanation: what was “legal” for generations has given way to a broader, inter-disciplinary, functional definition. “Legal” is no longer restricted to lawyers and “practice.” Law is now about lawyers, technology, the business of delivering products and services, other professionals and paraprofessionals, new players, […]

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“Digital Davids” and “Enterprise Goliaths”

Full Article: http://www.legalcurrent.com/digital-davids-and-enterprise-goliaths-a-qa-with-jason-moyse/ Charlotte Rushton, managing director of US Law Firms for Thomson Reuters, recently sat down with Jason Moyse, co-founder of Law Made Inc. They discussed his view of the legal tech startup community and how organizations such as his can help to connect young startup companies with larger, more established ones, to explore how […]

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Blakes Global 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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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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Montreal | Emerging Legal Technology Forum Road Show

November 2, 2017 | Montreal, Canada Thomson Reuters and Law Made, are pleased to present the 2017 Emerging Legal Technology Forum Road Shows.  We’re bringing some of the key learning and highlights from the September 21, 2017 Emerging Technology event to cities across Canada. Each city will be unique and bring together local industry change […]

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Calgary | Emerging Legal Technology Forum Road Show

October 26, 2017 | Calgary, Canada Thomson Reuters and Law Made, are pleased to present the 2017 Emerging Legal Technology Forum Road Shows.  We’re bringing some of the key learning and highlights from the September 21, 2017 Emerging Technology event to cities across Canada. Each city will be unique and bring together local industry change […]

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Vancouver | Emerging Legal Technology Forum Road Show

October 24, 2017 | Vancouver, Canada Thomson Reuters and Law Made, are pleased to present the 2017 Emerging Legal Technology Forum Road Shows.  We’re bringing some of the key learning and highlights from the September 21, 2017 Emerging Technology Event to cities across Canada. Each city will be unique and bring together local industry change […]

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Halifax | Emerging Legal Technology Forum Road Show

October 19, 2017 | Halifax, Canada Thomson Reuters and Law Made, are pleased to present the 2017 Emerging Legal Technology Forum Road Shows.  We’re bringing some of the key learning and highlights from the September 21, 2017 Emerging Technology Event to cities across Canada. Each city will be unique and bring together local industry change […]

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2017 Emerging Legal Technology Forum

  Law Made is proud to have assisted in the production of this industry leading event with its paid partner Thomson Reuters.  SOLD OUT See the Thomson Reuters Event Site The Thomson Reuters Legal Executive Institute, in association with Law Made, is pleased to present the 2017 Emerging Legal Technology Forum on September 21, 2017 in downtown Toronto. Set […]

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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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Thomson Reuters Signs with Law Made for Innovation Series

Thomson Reuters Corp. and Law Made have entered a strategic relationship to accelerate the advancement of innovation in legal technology in Canada and elsewhere. Law Made and Thomson Reuters will jointly develop and host a series of exclusive cross-Canada thought leadership events bringing together legal tech startups and lawyers and other legal professionals in firms, […]

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Innovation in Education for 21st Century Lawyers with the launch of the LexisNexis Law Made Roadshow

Monday April 24th marked an exciting day in legal education. LexisNexis Canada, a leading provider of legal content and technology solutions and Law Made, a global entity founded by the prior founders of LegalX at MaRS, delivered the inaugural roadshow presentation of “21st Century Legal Services and the T-Shaped Professional” to law students, lawyers and […]

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So, what is LegalLean anyway?

In these #LegalLean segments, I discuss the trend of the appropriate fee earner being apportioned to do the right task and the movement toward utilization of resources other than lawyers.  Does it really take a lawyer to conduct document review?  Aron and I discussed the rise of Attenex out of Seattle as result of the […]

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Social Media and the Law: The Future of Online Defamation

By Aron Solomon As 1Ls (first-year law students), both Jason and I learned about defamation law. We might as well have learned nothing, as the explosion of technology is about to result in an even larger boom in this area of the law. Defamation was a pretty straight-up area of law, not immensely difficult to understand. […]

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Will Legal Providers Ever Get Comfortable with the Cloud?

By Jason Moyse For most lawyers, their day job is to spot risk. Pity that it often ends there. If you want to know the sign of a typical lawyer, they generally identify everything that can go wrong without any attempt to measure the probabilities. They treat all risks the same, which is to say, […]

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The future is here, it’s just not evenly distributed

By Jason Moyse While not my quote, in this talk, I outline why continuously talking about the future of legal services is no longer necessary. In fact, thinking is the enemy of action and reality and to build enterprises in the legal space requires an action oriented mentality.  I then highlight three company’s doing meaningful business […]

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Insiders’ Views: How Lawyers Can Benefit from Lean Six Sigma

Lean is becoming more and more popular in the legal field, bringing innovative new models to the business of law. A great event, held on February 21st at the MaRS Discovery District in Toronto, discussed the landscape of legal innovation. We contacted the event organizers and Law Made Founders, Jason Moyse and Aron Solomon, and asked them several […]

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