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UpCounsel Enterprise Partner Adam Friedman shares why he left a successful litigation career behind and what he has learned since entering the world of legal technology.
Top UpCounsel trademark attorney Liz Oliner tells us why she decided to start her own practice and what she has learned since becoming her own boss.
Aria Safar, once a big law attorney and now a leader in the legal technology space, reveals how legal technology will transform what it means to be a lawyer.
Jay Wedge reveals what he has learned since moving in-house and how this decision has changed his outlook on what it means to be a lawyer.
Stanford University law professor Paul Goldstein explains how the system of academic law is broken and what can be done to fix it.
UpCounsel employment attorney Josh Garber explains why he loves freelancing and what benefits it has offered him.
Menlo Ventures' Steve Sloane explains what midsize companies must do in order to compete with the larger players in their industries.