Innovation in Practice
Monday, October 21, 2013 at 5:30pm to 6:30pm
65 Forsyth Street, Boston, MA 02115
Please join us for Innovation in Practice, a panel discussion among four pioneers leading the profession's search for more collaborative and cost effective ways to deliver legal services. Panelists will share their perspective on the market forces and new technologies helping to transform how lawyers serve their clients. Hosted by NuLawLab, the innovation laboratory of Northeastern University School of Law.
Paul Lippe is the founder and CEO of Legal OnRamp, a collaboration platform for law departments and law firms to improve quality and reduce costs. He is the co-author, with Patrick Lamb, of The New Normal blog, part of the ABA Journal’s Legal Rebels project.
Steve Harmon is the Senior Director of Legal Services at Cisco, where he manages Cisco’s Legal Technology Solutions team. He continues to practice law for Cisco as an adjunct member of its licensing team, specializing in Open Source Licensing, Privacy, Standards Setting Organizations, University Sponsored Research, Copyrights, and Sourcing/Procurement matters.
Karl Chapman is the Chief Executive of Riverview Law, a United Kingdom law firm which aims to change the way businesses use, measure and buy legal services by bringing transparency and certainty through fixed price annual and multi-year contracts, plus litigation and advisory packages.
Adam Ziegler is the co-founder and CEO of Mootus, a platform for open, online legal argument that helps law students and lawyers at all levels build knowledge and reputation through collaboration and competition. Mootus was chosen as a finalist in the Mass Challenge 2013 start-up accelerator program.