Cool tech isn’t just the latest and greatest from top computer and software providers. Indeed, some of the coolest technology out there for in-house counsel doesn’t get nearly the reach it should. Fortunately, there are lawyers like Sterling Miller who put new technology through its paces and determine whether it can make the practice of law more efficient and enjoyable.
“Somehow, this is the eighth year in a row where I will share technology and tech-related ideas that can make life easier (or a smidge better) for in-house counsel…There is a lot of great technology discussed in these past editions and they are worth reading to find a gem or two that works best for you. You probably know that I am a bit of a technology geek. Not that I have any special powers (I am as afraid of screwing something up as you are), but rather because I wholeheartedly believe that technology can make an in-house lawyer’s job easier, improve the capabilities of the legal department, and help show the value generated by the legal team. In my “Cool Tech” posts, I generally try to discuss technology that is free (or very low cost) and adds immediate value…I just think in-house lawyers will find the technology useful. But, enough yapping, let’s get to the fun stuff. Here is my Cool Tech for In-House Lawyers 2022 Edition:”