Forty-eight hours of video are added to YouTube every minute. Second graders make professional-quality movies using inexpensive cameras and standard software. It’s no surprise that lawyers are tentatively beginning to think about using video in connection with their practices. In this episode, we discuss the growing use of video by lawyers, survey the tools for creating and distributing videos, and share some observations and tips about lawyers jumping into the world of video.

Link to the episode:  Will Video Kill the Lawyer Star?

Segment 1:  Video Killed the Lawyer Star

Segment 2:  Revisiting:  Can Software Replace Lawyers?

Segment 3:  Parting Shots

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From IBM’s Watson to Apple’s new Siri to the growth of predictive coding in e-discovery, it’s been a heck of a year for computers catching up to humans.  Lately, there’s been a lot of discussion about the question, “Can software take the place of lawyers?”  Can it, or will it?  In this episode, we discuss the latest software advances and the likely impact on lawyers, how lawyers might benefit from these advances, and how worried lawyers should be about competition from machines.

Link to the episode:  Can Software Replace Lawyers?

Segment 1:  Can Software Replace Lawyers?

Segment 2:  Revisiting:  iPads for Lawyers - wherein we discuss the phenomenon of tablet computing, and put forward our thinking on why they are so popular among lawyers and others.

Segment 3:  Parting Shots

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