Will your next lawyer be a machine? - Presentation at SXSW

Written by: Noah Waisberg

March 18, 2015

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Sunday, at the South By Southwest Interactive Conference, Nicole Bradick of CuroLegal and I presented on “Will Your Next Lawyer Be A Machine?” It—and SXSW in general—were quite fun. Based on the lots of questions we got, our audience was engaged. Here are our slides:

Lindsay Stafford Mader of the State Bar of Texas Blog did a thorough and good writeup of our talk. Check it out:

We were also lucky to have discussion of our talk on Twitter under the hashtag #machinelaw. Here are a few tweets:

“Will Your Next Lawyer Be a Machine?” The world is getting automated and law is no exception. #SXSWInteractive #machinelaw

— Chris Smith (@attychrissmith) March 15, 2015

Boom! @nwaisb and @NicoleBradick at #SXSW2015 rocking #machinelaw #legaltech pic.twitter.com/XRpD9PiHee

— Dan Lear (@rightbrainlaw) March 15, 2015

Smart firms are adopting new tech as clients move to preferring fixed fees (so improving efficiencies is key) #sxsbot #machinelaw #sxsw

— Lindsay Mader (@LSmader) March 15, 2015

Enjoying the #machinelaw chatter at #SXSW

— Vizlegal (@Vizlegal) March 15, 2015

“What’s remarkable about lawyering is how little auditing of past work product there is.” @nwaisb Holy truth!!!! #SWSX2015 #machinelaw

— Dan Lear (@rightbrainlaw) March 15, 2015

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