The Corporate Counsel Show: Navigating the noise of new technologies

By Tasha Levy|04 December 2019
Jodie Baker

With such an abundance of new technologies available for Australian legal professionals, the task of cutting through the noise to find the best fit can seem overwhelming.

Xakia CEO and president of the Australian Legal Technology Association, Jodie Baker, joins host Jerome Doraisamy on this episode of The Corporate Counsel Show to explain why the technology landscape can be particularly difficult to navigate for in-house counsel, the importance of clear communication in finding the appropriate service solutions, and other initiatives that are available to help in-house lawyers address the excess of options.



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