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The Hearing is a legal podcast from Thomson Reuters. Listen to insightful discussions with interesting people who have a connection to the law. We delve into anything and everything – trailblazers within the industry, the latest insights in legal innovation, and we explore how the profession is evolving. We also produce a regular spin-off called The Cross-Examination. These are documentary episodes where we do a deep dive into current issues and examine them through a legal lens. Find out mo ...
 
Treatises, case law, Google…. what do they have in common? When you need answers, none of these will get you started faster than walking down the hall to chat with an expert. Down the Hall with Practical Law will host a panel of law firm and in-house law department leaders as well as Practical Law's editorial team that will feature plain English "What do I really need to know?" discussions and insights on trending legal topics. No legalese; just expertise.
 
My name is Dom Burch, I'm VP of marketing at SYKE - the world's foremost legal tech consultancy. I'm not a lawyer and I'm not a techy. Which makes me perfectly qualified to make legal tech simple. Join me as I interview expert legal engineers and software developers, and law firms and large corporations who are implementing legal tech. My aim is to provide you with a diverse set of views and opinions by speaking with thought-leaders and innovators across the legal tech spectrum. If you'd lik ...
 
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Law Firm Excellence

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Law Firm Excellence

Michael Bell, Founder of LawFirmExcellence.com, targeting the managing partner & fans of Legal Talk Network, ALA, ABA Law Practice Management Section, LexisNexis, Westlaw, Thomson Reuters, Ed Poll, Bar Association, Alexis Neely, Jim Hart, John Skiba

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Law firm leaders share their stories and experts share tips that will empower you to grow your firm.
 
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The Heart Of Marketing

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The Heart Of Marketing

Jayme Soulati and John Gregory Olson

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Despite the latest new digital marketing technology, the fundamentals of good marketing haven’t changed a whole lot. At its core, we still need a solid strategy. And we still need to make human connections. That is The Heart of Marketing. Join hosts Jayme Soulati and John Gregory Olson for an informative and entertaining romp through the digital marketing world today. You get an insider view of a variety of topics to help you win customers and grow sales. Some of the topics we’ll cover inclu ...
 
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THE CROSS-EXAMINATION – Back from our summer hiatus, in this episode Becky Annison examines the growing issue of non-consensual image sharing. Or, as it’s more commonly known, revenge porn. Becky talks to Elena Michael, a campaigner and co-founder of #NotYourPorn, and Honza Cervenka, a lawyer at the women’s rights firm McAllister Olivarius. They di…
 
In our latest podcast, available on the Thomson Reuters Institute Market Insights channel, we speak to Richmond Law Prof. Josh Kubicki who shares how the Richmond Legal Business Design Hub got its start, the challenges its creators faced, and the valuable lessons learned from the inaugural “Legal Design Challenge” this past spring semester. Also jo…
 
In latest podcast on the Thomson Reuters Institute Market Insights channel, we dive into the new Thomson Reuters Institute report, The Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on State & Local Courts Study 2021. In our podcast, we speak to Mary McQueen, President of the National Center for State Courts; and Mark Martin, Dean and Professor at Regent Univers…
 
Breastfeeding is legal. Breastfeeding in public is legal. But did you know that taking intimate photos of a woman breastfeeding in public without her consent is also legal? In this episode Yasmin talks to new mother, designer and now women's and mother's rights campaigner, Julia Cooper. She's another woman warrior using political process to change …
 
Now, in our latest podcast, available on the Thomson Reuters Institute Market Insights channel, Gina Jurva, attorney and manager of market insights and thought leadership content for corporate and government at the Thomson Reuters Institute, speaks with a co-author of the 2021 Cost of Compliance report, Susannah Hammond, Senior Regulatory Expert at…
 
The achievements of this episode’s guest have been celebrated by the Council on Foreign Relations, Harvard Business Review, The Economist, The New York Times, Forbes and Wired. Joe is talking to the founder of P-TECH, and author of Breaking Barriers, Stan Litow. They begin by discussing Stan’s early career – working for the mayor of New York City –…
 
In a new podcast, available on the Thomson Reuters Institute Market Insights channel, Natalie Runyon, director of enterprise content on talent and inclusion topics for the Thomson Reuters Institute, speaks with Brenda Carr, Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer at the law firm Arnold & Porter, and Jennifer Chen, Director of the ACCF about what insigh…
 
THE CROSS-EXAMINATION – In this episode Becky talks to Katie Fudakowski, a safeguarding specialist at Farrer & Co, and Sophie Beesley, a personal injury barrister from Old Square Chambers, to discuss the law around duty of care to sports people who suffer head injuries as a result of their profession. Rugby World Cup winner Steve Thompson is one of…
 
In our latest podcast, available on the Thomson Reuters Institute Market Insights channel, Gina Jurva, attorney and manager of market insights and thought leadership content for corporate and government at the Thomson Reuters Institute, spoke with Gemma Stainforth, a senior client manager at Thomson Reuters Acritas.…
 
This episode's guest doesn't give up: he didn't give up being himself, he didn't give up his desire for children and he doesn't give up fighting for others, even when that means taking the government to court. Yasmin is speaking to journalist, trans activist and father, Freddy McConnell. Freddy is a dad who gave birth. This story is excellently tol…
 
In our latest podcast, Natalie Runyon speaks with Loreal Jiles from the Institute of Management Accountants, and Brad Monterio from the California Society of CPAs, about their collaboration on groundbreaking research in the area of diversity, equity & inclusion (DEI) within the accounting profession.…
 
In our latest podcast, Dom talks to Christophe Frèrebeau, the co-founder and CEO of Della, a European tech company based in Paris and London whose mission is to democratise the use of AI. Della's typical customers are legal departments who want more consistency in the way they manage their contracts, particularly as teams increasingly work remotely…
 
Question: What do the Iranian national football team, NFTs, Hotel Rwanda and Andy Murray have in common? Answer: Stevie Ghiassi, Co-founder of Legaler and Legaler Aid. And Joe’s guest this week! In this episode, Stevie chats to Joe about his unlikely journey from running a chain of souvenir shops to becoming a legal tech entrepreneur. He also talks…
 
In our latest podcast, available on the Thomson Reuters Institute Market Insights channel, Gina Jurva, attorney and manager of market insights and thought leadership content for corporate and government at the Thomson Reuters Institute, spoke with Kristin Hodgins, Director of Legal Operations at the Office of the Assistant Deputy Attorney General f…
 
THE CROSS-EXAMINATION – We, along with the rest of the legal industry, have talked at length about the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on our profession. But this time we concern ourselves not with the efficiencies of machine learning and automation, but instead with potential injustice and the need for vigilance in the face of seismic devel…
 
In our latest podcast, available on the Thomson Reuters Institute Market Insights channel, Gina Jurva, attorney, and manager of market insights and thought leadership content for corporate and government at the Thomson Reuters Institute, delves into this topic with Daniel Kaufman, acting director for the FTC’s Bureau of Consumer Protection; and Ama…
 
Yasmin's guest this week hardly needs introduction – we're speaking to feminist icon Laura Bates. Laura is founder of The Everyday Sexism Project, a catalogue of day-to-day instances of sexism and gender inequality. Laura talks us through the events that led to her setting up the project – events that were so everyday, so commonplace, that she almo…
 
Thomson Reuters' Joe Raczynski's guest on the latest podcast from The Hearing, is Andrew Fletcher, Director at TR Labs. Fletcher discusses how to make sure an AI can be trusted and the kinds of innovations that are just around the corner. Spoiler alert: As of now, there's still no sign of robot lawyers.…
 
To those listening in the future, the level of excitement about our brief Easter hiatus to see friends and family might seem strange. But, future listener, these are strange times indeed. We don't even have hoverboards yet. Our future podcast friends might also find it strange that we're still discussing whether lawyers actually need artificial int…
 
In a new podcast on the Thomson Reuters Institute Market Insights channel, Lisa Hart Shepherd, Vice President of Research & Advisory Services at Thomson Reuters, explains the main effects the pandemic had on corporate law departments in 2020 and how those issues have the potential to act as catalysts to spur law departments to think differently.…
 
This week I had the pleasure of speaking to two of SYKE's brightest sparks, Laura and Becca. Both of whom started out as junior engineers, but since joining the company have had the opportunity to work on some high profile projects. They tell me what it is like being given responsibility, access to customers, and the trust to try things out and lea…
 
Did you know the moon landings were faked? Or that The Beatles never existed? And do you remember when conspiracy theories were much more innocent? In this episode, Becky talks to Will Moy, Co-Founder and Chief Executive of Full Fact, about the perils of misinformation in the digital age. Full Fact is a British charity that checks claims made by po…
 
In a new podcast on the Thomson Reuters Institute Market Insights channel, top officers at AIG and Goodwin discuss how the legal industry is approaching its need to increase DEI and what roles both law firms and corporate legal departments can play.By Natalie Runyon
 
This week I had the pleasure of speaking to Chris Kitchener of HighQ fame. A driven product leader with over 15 years of product strategy and product management expertise in large organisations. Chris is now in charge of helping HighQ fit elegantly into the full suite of Thomson Reuters products, be that document automation and Contract Express, or…
 
Olga V. Mack, CEO & Chairwoman of Parley Pro, a modern, (and truly!) collaborative, and intuitive contract lifecycle management (CLM) platform that has pioneered online negotiation technology. Olga loves legal innovation and has dedicated her career to improving and shaping the future of law. She's convinced the legal profession will emerge even st…
 
In this episode I caught up with Agiloft’s new (ish) CEO Eric Laughlin. He tells me all about the company’s recent $45m investment. Bootstrapped since its inception in 1990 and profitable, Agiloft’s this is the company’s first round of external funding and will be used to accelerate its product development and expand its vertical and geographic mar…
 
Here at The Hearing HQ we've really missed travelling. So being whisked (virtually) to Buenos Aires for this week's episode was a real treat! Meet Joe's guest, Federico Ast, the CEO and founder of Kleros. He's deeply intelligent, thoughtful and one hell of an aggravator in the world of justice. Federico has a philosophy-centred approach to improvin…
 
Pieter van der Hoeven and Bram Fokke founded Clocktimizer together in 2014. Since then they’ve grown the team to 19 employees. Pieter set the groundwork for Clocktimizer at university in Utrecht where he studied law. Upon completing his Masters in Law Pieter went to work for international law firm DLA Piper. It was during his time at DLA, and a sec…
 
The latest podcast on our Thomson Reuters Institute Market Insights channel features an excerpt from the recent webinar, Mercury Rising: Assessing the 2021 Report on the State of the Legal Market, which gathered industry experts and law firm leaders to share their thoughts on what 2020 meant and what might be next for the legal industry.…
 
Imagine being fired, by voicemail, after telling your boss that you're pregnant. It seems like something from a different era, or at least, akin to a bad dating story. Yet this is exactly what happened to this week's guest, Joeli Brearley, the CEO and founder of Pregnant Then Screwed. Joeli sits down with Yasmin to talk about how her high-risk preg…
 
This week I had the pleasure of speaking to Stephen Ball, CEO at Boost Legal. Stephen is a General Counsel by trade, with 25 years 'hands-on' in-house experience for companies across US, EU, Middle East, Russia and Africa. He has a strong track record of international leadership, designing, managing and coaching high performing legal, risk & compli…
 
THE CROSS-EXAMINATION – The rollout of COVID-19 vaccines is giving many of us hope right now. But are vaccines about become the next divisive issue to affect our professional and personal lives? Companies might well see vaccines as the golden ticket to getting staff back to a normal working environment, or indeed back to work full stop. But what ha…
 
In our latest Thomson Reuters Institute Market Insights channel, Gina Jurva, attorney and manager of Market Insights & Thought Leadership for Government and Corporates at Thomson Reuters, spoke with Jon Coss, Vice President in Risk, Fraud & Compliance in Thomson Reuters' Government unit. The pair walked through some of the highlights of the recent …
 
This week I had the pleasure of catching up with Olga Gezha, who leads the SYKE presence in Russia. Olga was a customer of SYKE's when she led a team at Pizza Hut UK, having previously worked within the Yum! Brands in Russia at KFC before relocating to London. She has since returned to Russia and is now a leading figure in the legal tech scene ther…
 
On The Hearing, we've talked to people at the top of their game about their experiences of lockdown. We've gained advice from experts on how businesses can best weather these unprecedented times. And this week Joe chats to Karim Sabbidine, an associate at Thompson Hine, about what COVID-19 means when you're at the legal coalface. Pre-pandemic, life…
 
In today’s installment of The Hearing, a Legal Podcast — an award winning podcast conducted by Thomson Reuters U.K. — Joseph Raczynski, technologist and futurist for Thomson Reuters, speaks to Karim Sabbidine, an associate at Thompson Hine, about what the COVID-19 pandemic and its lockdowns have meant to those legal team members on the front lines.…
 
This week I spoke to Giles Thompson, Head of Growth at Avvoka. A lawyer by trade (formerly Kirkland & Ellis and Herbert Smith Freehills) he is a tech investor and entrepreneur. He has a degree in political science and as the son of a farmer, also thinks of himself as an agriculturalist and foodie. Giles is excited by the future of legal tech and do…
 
Claire is a Principal and National Teaching Fellow of the HEA and a highly innovative lecturer. Claire is a Principal and National Teaching Fellow of the HEA and a highly innovative lecturer. She is the Director of External Relations in the School of Social Sciences and the Faculty of Humanities Leadership in Education Awards Programme (LEAP) Champ…
 
Join Yasmin, fresh from our short Christmas hiatus, as she gets to know Lady Hale – often described as the UK’s answer to the USA’s late, great Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Former President of the Supreme Court and an advocate for diversity in the legal profession, Baroness Hale of Richmond (as she’s formally known) can leave people rather starstruck. And …
 
In the first podcast for 2021 on the Thomson Reuters Institute Market Insights channel, we have assembled Thomson Reuters’ team of experts from within the Market Insights and Thought Leadership specialties to discuss the impacts of 2020 on law firms, corporate legal departments, and tax & accounting firms.…
 
Stephane is a Senior Manager in the Contract Management team at Amadeus, and has a background in engineering. He's been with the company more than ten years, and leads the Contract Management team worldwide, and is responsible for strategic vision, helping the company drive efficiencies in contract management, including how to build and manage cont…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has not only affected in-person court hearings, but has similarly affected the arbitration world as well. In-person arbitration hearings are now difficult to hold, owing to travel restrictions and the difficulty in safely conducting face-to-face hearings. The arbitration world is rapidly adapting to remote arbitration hearings…
 
In today’s installment of The Hearing, a Legal Podcast, an award winning podcast conducted by Thomson Reuters U.K., we feature a conversation between legal and mathematical macroeconomics genius Doug Pepe and Joseph Raczynski, technologist and futurist for Thomson Reuters. Together, the pair take us through blockchain, tokens, and cryptocurrency in…
 
You may have watched as Mark Zuckerberg explained the internet to Congress in a way that felt a bit unnecessary. Well, this episode is sort of the opposite of that. Joe Raczynski is joined by legal and mathematical macroeconomics genius Doug Pepe, to take us through blockchain, tokens and cryptocurrency in a way that’s genuinely enlightening. The l…
 
Nick Cranfield is the Global Director Legal Operations at Dyson. Since joining Dyson in June 2017 he's been responsible for building out a global Compliance and Ethics function. Amongst other things, this involved the development and launch of a new Code of Conduct. Nick was also responsible for preparing Dyson for GDPR and took management responsi…
 
This week I had the opportunity to speak to Jim Delkousis, CEO and founder at Persuit. After graduating with his law degree, Jim began working at one of Australia’s leading law firms, Mallesons Stephen Jaques. He quickly made his way up the ranks, getting promoted to Senior Associate in 1995, and Partner in 1999. For the next six years, he oversaw …
 
A new podcast on the Thomson Reuters Institute Market Insights channel, we feature a conversation with tax expert Melissa Oaks, Senior Manager at Thomson Reuters, who speaks with us about tax policy in the wake of a new political administration.
 
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