Q&A with Lee Morrissey, Head of Managed Services at Johnson Hana
Johnson Hana is an ‘on-demand’ lawyer business and managed legal services consultancy. They work with a technology enabled community of smart-working lawyers with a common purpose: to change the legal services marketplace so it works better for everybody.
Q&A with Natalie Munroe, Head of Osler Works - Transactional
Osler is a leading business law firm practising internationally from offices across Canada and in New York. The firm’s clients include industry and business leaders in all segments of the market and at various stages in the growth of their businesses.
For Small Law Firms, Technology Can Level the Playing Field
Michael Bluestein, founder of Corporate Counsel in Toronto, has a clear idea of his firm’s position in the market for corporate and securities legal services.
Q&A with Document Crunch’s Joshua Levy, Strategic Advisor & Co-Founder
Co-Founders, Joshua Levy and Adam Handfinger, took note of how construction companies review documents that can range from 30 to 200+ pages without having the right resources to truly understand the important details of them.
Q&A with David Oser, Partner at Homburger
Homburger is a leading Swiss corporate law firm that advises and represents enterprises, and entrepreneurs in all aspects of commercial law – transactions, proceedings and complex cases both in a domestic and a global context.
One year in, reflections on going from bootstrapped to (heavily) funded
A year ago this week we announced Kira Systems’ $50M Series A investment from Insight Venture Partners. It’s a good time to reflect on what its meant for our business and me.
Myth busting, driving adoption & sharing lessons learned with Freshfields, Kemp Little & Mischcon de Reya
Kira Systems recently had the pleasure of sponsoring an ILTA Lunch and Learn session, hosted by Clyde & Co in London, UK.
Can elite law firms survive the rise of artificial intelligence?
In “Can elite law firms survive the rise of artificial intelligence? The jury is still out.” Eric Rosenbaum, financial writer and editor for CNBC, spoke with Ron Dolin, senior research fellow at the Harvard School of Law’s Center on the Legal Profession, Noah Waisberg, CEO and co-founder of Kira Systems, and several of Kira Systems’ clients — Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Fenwick & West LLP, and Deloitte — to answer this question.
Hot or Not - Watson and Beyond Panel at CodeX FutureLaw 2016 - Summary
AI must be tailored to the problem at hand and guided by right person to be effective Noah Waisberg, CEO and co-founder of Kira Systems, spoke on “Hot, or Not-Watson and Beyond” panel at the CodeX FutureLaw Conference held by the Stanford Center for Legal Informatics.