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The Main Course: 5 Things You Should Know this Week
How Legal Software Can Improve A2J: Mary Juetten weighs in on the ABA Legal Rebels podcast.
Magic Money Machine: a provocative piece by Casey Flaherty on the glacial rate of innovation adoption in the legal field.
Turning a 5 day job into a 2 day job: a feature on Jean Yang, Legal Tech Counsel at McCarthy Finch (an AI startup in Australia), and her use of tech tools to improve efficiency.
Computational Law & Blockchain Festival: the Legal Hackers are putting on a cool event from March 16-18. Click here to learn how to join a local node (or to host one of your own).
Bon Appetite pieceSourdough Starter: I don't even bake, but I enjoyed this on the life and death of fermented dough.
About Gabe Teninbaum
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