With technology penetrating our industry, it’s not hard to imagine how legal tech can increase efficiency, enhance client satisfaction, and give attorneys and practitioners an edge in complex cases. But how do you sell the idea of application development within a firm and to clients? Does an investment in technology solutions really pay off?
Chris Haley of Troutman Sanders eMerge and Dave Hasman of Bricker & Eckler demonstrate how large and small firms alike can not only develop custom applications but also monetize them—while getting internal and external buy-in. Drew Deitch from Relativity will join them to give an overview of the Relativity platform, how to build a technology innovation practice, how to bring a product to market on the Relativity App Hub, and how different teams at Relativity can help.
By the end of this session, you’ll learn how and where to start with application development; who needs to be involved; how to sell development to the firm (and more importantly your client); and the value-add of application development.
Chris Haley - Director of Legal Technology, Troutman Sanders
Drew Deitch - Senior Manager, Strategic Partnerships, Relativity
David Hasman - Litigation Support Manager, Bricker & Eckler LLP