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The Building NewLaw podcast will feature interviews with lawyers, legal technologists, and other like-minded people that are changing the way that we practice law. Peter Aprile, along with co-host Natalie Worsfold, hope that the podcast will connect the NewLaw community, speed the evolution of legal services, and break the internet like Kim K.
 
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Developing personal relationships and fostering greater understanding of your client's needs are as important as ever in the legal world. In this episode, Natalie and Peter chat with Mark Le Blanc about how the changing dynamic between in-house counsel and external law firms can help lawyers deliver more value and drive change in the legal indu ...…
 
Extensive education is essential for producing lawyers that will meet the needs of your firm and clients. In this episode, Peter and Natalie speak with Bill Henderson about how he aims to teach both law students and established legal professionals the skills they need to innovate their practice and maximize efficiency. The expansion of legal sk ...…
 
Alma Asay didn't plan to become a legal entrepreneur. But when she looked for a tool that would help her manage information in her litigation practice, she didn't find it. Instead, she found herself building a piece of software called Allegory that does just that. Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold talk to Alma about what she learned when she qu ...…
 
Good lawyers are good writers. In this episode, Peter and Natalie speak to Ivy Grey about techniques and technologies that will help make you a better writer and a better lawyer. Peter, Natalie and Ivy explore the technology and training methods that will put you in a position to streamline your writing, win more, and move up the ranks.…
 
Aly Haji is researching what it means to be a millennial at a law firm – why they’re leaving en masse, why they find their jobs soul-crushing, and why all of this is a real problem for law firms. Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold talk to him about the stories his research is uncovering and get him to explain the unnerving results so that law fi ...…
 
Litigators and clients find it difficult to collect cell phone and social media evidence. Peter and Natalie speak with Puneet Tiwari about his new tool that will help you search and collect evidence. This way, you won’t miss the important evidence to support your case.
 
This episode is a bit different: it’s a recording of a talk that Peter gave at the Clio Cloud Conference in 2017 called The More Complete Law Firm. If you’ve ever wanted to hear more from one of BNL’s beloved hosts, now’s your chance. In the episode, we get a closer look at some of the philosophies that drive Counter Tax Lawyers, with a focus o ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Ron Friedmann, founder and principal of Prism Legal Consulting and consultant at Fireman & Company. They talk the nitty gritty details of NewLaw: building knowledge management systems, handling budgets, and managing change. Peter and Natalie dig into Ron's Do Less Law philosophy, and he tells us about ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Mark Cohen, co-founder of Clearspire. The group discusses the Clearspire story, why its bleeding-edge technology and legal expertise weren’t a commercial success, and the lessons NewLaw needs to learn. Lawyers that have completed the S03E02 BNL CPD cam claim a 60 minute Professionalism CPD credit. To ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Quinn Ross discuss the Ontario Bar Association’s inaugural “Innovator-in-Residence” Program and the reasons that Peter chose to analyze traditional law firm structures and leadership, and his belief that the paradigm that underlies traditional law firms is the root cause of the legal industry's disempowerment, diversity, and in ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Tania Sulan and Naomi Loewith of Bentham IMF. The group discusses Bentham IMF's recent arrival in Canada, the stimga of litigation funding, and the opportunities it opens for lawyers and clients, alike. CPD Lawyers that have completed the S03E01 BNL CPD cam claim a 40 minute Professionalism CPD credit ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Lena Koke, co-founder of Axess Law, Canada. The group discusses the innovative approach that Axess uses to deliver legal services. The law firm works in retail spaces across Ontario, with 12 locations in the greater Toronto area, ten of which are in Walmart stores. In 2016, Axess served 40,000 clients ...…
 
Jamie Gardiner believes that most lawyers' complex litigation analysis is weak so he set out to find a better way. Jamie believes that litigation tools can help lawyers and clients better understand litigation value and risk so that clients can optimize their litigation decisions. Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold talk to Jamie about the curren ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Mitch Kowalski, author, advisor and innovator in the global legal services industry. The group discusses Mitch’s newest book, The Great Legal Reformation: Notes from the Field. Natalie, Peter, and Mitch talk candidly about law firm financing, outside expertise, Alternative Business Structures, regulat ...…
 
John Chisholm did not think that he would end up researching, writing, and consulting about law firm pricing. However, John learned how the billable hour model is limiting law firm profitability, and he became a passionate value pricing advocate. Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold talk to John about why he believes that law firms should stop hou ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Jack Newton, co-founder of Clio. If you’re not familiar with Clio, then you might have been living under a rock. Clio is the most widely used cloud-based legal practice management system in the world. The group discusses the company’s mission to transform the delivery of legal services (for good), the ...…
 
Alma Asay didn't plan to become a legal entrepreneur. But when she looked for a tool that would help her manage information in her litigation practice, she didn't find it. Instead, she found herself building a piece of software called Allegory that does just that. Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold talk to Alma about what she learned when she qu ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Casey Flaherty, a former outside and inside counsel known for creating the Service Delivery Review, a tool that facilitates communication between law firms and clients. The interview focuses on Casey’s new book “Unless You Ask,” which helps law firms use conversations to improve their working relation ...…
 
John Grant has a lot of experience bringing change to law firms – or trying to. As you might expect, John has seen both success and failure in those attempts, and he brings all of those stories to his discussion with Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold. He's seen the marketing brochures trumpeting project management tech that only five people are ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Nathalie Worsfold interview Jordan Furlong. Jordan is a leading global legal market analyst and the interview focuses on Jordan’s new book Law Is A Buyer’s Market: Building A Client-First Law Firm. In the interview, Jordan shares how clients are influencing the changes that law firms must make to prosper. CPD Lawyers that have ...…
 
Aly Haji is researching what it means to be a millennial at a law firm – why they’re leaving en masse, why they find their jobs soul-crushing, and why all of this is a real problem for law firms. Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold talk to him about the stories his research is uncovering and get him to explain the unnerving results so that law fi ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Jordan Furlong, leading Canadian analyst of the global legal market. Peter, Natalie, and Jordan discuss Jordan’s first book, Law is a Buyer’s Market: Building a Client-First Law Firm. They dive deep into the business of law, law firm (mis)management, lawyer substitutes, and how law firms need to chang ...…
 
This episode is a bit different: it’s a recording of a talk that Peter gave at the Clio Cloud Conference in 2017 called The More Complete Law Firm. If you’ve ever wanted to hear more from one of BNL’s beloved hosts, now’s your chance. In the episode, we get a closer look at some of the philosophies that drive Counter Tax Lawyers, with a focus o ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Dan Katz, associate professor at Chicago-Kent College of Law, director of the Law Lab, and an affiliated member of CodeX at Stanford. The group delves deep into Dan’s passion Fin (Legal) Tech (i.e., the financialization of law). Fin (Legal) Tech takes a data-driven, rigorous, and quantifiable approach ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Ron Friedmann, founder and principal of Prism Legal Consulting and consultant at Fireman & Company. They talk the nitty gritty details of NewLaw: building knowledge management systems, handling budgets, and managing change. Peter and Natalie dig into Ron's Do Less Law philosophy, and he tells us about ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Joe Milstone and Bryan Friedman of Axiom Law, Canada. Joe, co-founder of early NewLaw entrant Cognition LLP (now, Caravel Law), starts the episode off. The group discusses Cognition’s novel approach to the delivery of legal services, business development, scaling up, and the eventual sale to Axiom Glo ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Ken Grady, Lean Law Evangelist at Seyfarth Shaw LLP and professor at the Michigan State University College of Law. Data has become the fundamental unit for doing business, and, according to Ken, it is starting the become the fundamental unit for doing law. As a Lean Law thinker, Ken believes that data ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Mark Cohen, co-founder of Clearspire. The group discusses the Clearspire story, why its bleeding-edge technology and legal expertise weren’t a commercial success, and the lessons NewLaw needs to learn. Lawyers that have completed the S03E02 BNL CPD cam claim a 60 minute Professionalism CPD credit. To ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Derek Hopfner, co-founder of Law Scout. Derek, along with his friends, Shane Murphy and Travis Houlette, started Law Scout after a (less than inspiring) BigLaw experience. Law Scout has developed an online workroom where small businesses can easily hire pre-vetted lawyers and obtain high-quality legal ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Tania Sulan and Naomi Loewith of Bentham IMF. The group discusses Bentham IMF's recent arrival in Canada, the stimga of litigation funding, and the opportunities it opens for lawyers and clients, alike. CPD Lawyers that have completed the S03E01 BNL CPD cam claim a 40 minute Professionalism CPD credit ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Fred Headon. Fred is the past President of the Canadian Bar Association and the Chair of the CBA’s Legal Futures Initiative (“Legal Futures”). Legal Futures focuses on examining the nature, extent and consequences of the changing legal landscape and the future of legal services in Canada. The group di ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Peter Carayiannis. In 2012, Peter founded Conduit Law, a B2B firm offering on demand in-house counsel to business across Canada. In March 2016, Conduit merged with accounting giant, Deloitte LLP, to form a new legal business in Canada called Deloitte Conduit Law LLP. Peter, Natalie and Peter C. discus ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Seth Godin. Yes, Seth Godin!!!! S-E-T-H-G-O-D-I-N!!!!!!! We believe that outside voices are key to the legal industry evolution. And, as long time fans (...well...Stans to be more accurate), we believe Seth’s insight adds considerable value to the conversation. Seth talks to us about the “lawyer narra ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Adam La France. Adam is Knomos’ co-founder and CEO. With support and funding from the Canada Media Fund, MaRS LegalX, and Microsoft Ventures, Knomos is quickly positioning itself as the next generation of legal research and knowledge management. The group discuss Knomos’ principled and pragmatic appro ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Lena Koke, co-founder of Axess Law, Canada. The group discusses the innovative approach that Axess uses to deliver legal services. The law firm works in retail spaces across Ontario, with 12 locations in the greater Toronto area, ten of which are in Walmart stores. In 2016, Axess served 40,000 clients ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Rohit Parekh. Rohit is Grapple Law’s co-founder. He is also counsel at Deloitte Conduit Law LLP. Grapple Law is an online CPD platform designed to optimize the user’s experience and learning. The group delves into Rohit’s experience working at Conduit Law (now Deloitte Conduit Law LLP) and the ways in ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Mitch Kowalski, author, advisor and innovator in the global legal services industry. The group discusses Mitch’s newest book, The Great Legal Reformation: Notes from the Field. Natalie, Peter, and Mitch talk candidly about law firm financing, outside expertise, Alternative Business Structures, regulat ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Samuel Witherspoon, founder, and CEO of Miralaw. Peter, Natalie, and Sam discuss Miralaw’s new product offering, Thistoo, a consumer-focused family analytics platform designed to guide users through the separation and divorce process. The group dives deep into Sam’s experience as a legal technologist ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Andrew Currier, co-founder of PCK IP. Peter, Natalie, and Andrew are three people that are, arguably, way too excited about the power and application of workflows in law. The group provide listeners with a crash course on workflows: what they are, why you should use them, and how to implement them. Al ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Jack Newton, co-founder of Clio. If you’re not familiar with Clio, then you might have been living under a rock. Clio is the most widely used cloud-based legal practice management system in the world. The group discusses the company’s mission to transform the delivery of legal services (for good), the ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Dr. George Beaton, Beaton Research + Consulting Executive Chairman, preeminent NewLaw author and thought leader. Peter, Natalie and George discuss Remaking Law Firms: Why & How (authors: George Beaton & Imme Kaschner) and dive deep into Dr. Beaton’s law firm diagnostic tool, stealth innovation and sku ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Dr. George Beaton, Beaton Research + Consulting Executive Chairman, preeminent NewLaw author and thought leader. Peter, Natalie and George discuss Remaking Law Firms: Why & How (authors: George Beaton & Imme Kaschner) and dive deep into hurdles to change, what law firms will look like in 2025, law fir ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Casey Flaherty, a former outside and inside counsel known for creating the Service Delivery Review, a tool that facilitates communication between law firms and clients. The interview focuses on Casey’s new book “Unless You Ask,” which helps law firms use conversations to improve their working relation ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Erin Cowling, Flex Legal Network’s (“FLN”) co-founder and senior counsel. Peter, Natalie, and Erin discuss FLN, whether freelance lawyering is NewLaw, and how on-demand lawyers could change the legal landscape. CPD Lawyers that have completed the S01E03 BNL CPD can claim a 20 minute Professionalism CP ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Nathalie Worsfold interview Jordan Furlong. Jordan is a leading global legal market analyst and the interview focuses on Jordan’s new book Law Is A Buyer’s Market: Building A Client-First Law Firm. In the interview, Jordan shares how clients are influencing the changes that law firms must make to prosper. CPD Lawyers that have ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Morgan Borins, Caravel Law’s Director of Disruption (formerly Cognition LLP). Peter, Natalie and Morgan discuss AfterSign, client-centric software solutions, roadblocks to building software, and lessons learned. CPD Lawyers that have completed the S01E02 BNL CPD can claim a 30 minute Professionalism C ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Jordan Furlong, leading Canadian analyst of the global legal market. Peter, Natalie, and Jordan discuss Jordan's first book, Law is a Buyer's Market: Building a Client-First Law Firm. They dive deep into the business of law, law firm (mis)management, lawyer substitutes, and how law firms need to chang ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Dan Katz, associate professor at Chicago-Kent College of Law, director of the Law Lab, and an affiliated member of CodeX at Stanford. The group delves deep into Dan’s passion Fin (Legal) Tech (i.e., the financialization of law). Fin (Legal) Tech takes a data-driven, rigorous, and quantifiable approach ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Joe Milstone and Bryan Friedman of Axiom Law, Canada. Joe, co-founder of early NewLaw entrant Cognition LLP (now, Caravel Law), starts the episode off. The group discusses Cognition's novel approach to the delivery of legal services, business development, scaling up, and the eventual sale to Axiom Glo ...…
 
Peter Aprile and Natalie Worsfold interview Ken Grady, Lean Law Evangelist at Seyfarth Shaw LLP and professor at the Michigan State University College of Law. Data has become the fundamental unit for doing business, and, according to Ken, it is starting the become the fundamental unit for doing law. As a Lean Law thinker, Ken believes that data ...…
 
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