Colin S. Levy, has made a name for himself by sharing his experiences through his blog and social media presence. As an experienced practitioner, he joins us today to share his advice to law students on how to prepare for a career in the legal profession.
None of us expected when this year began that by the end of March, we would be asked or required to avoid going to the movies, restaurants, or even to the office, all of which would dramatically change our standard ways of working, our standard workflows and processes and our own outlook on the world to which we had become accustomed to. The world of COVID-19 mandates that we seek to be physically distant from one another, most of us work from home (if we’re fortunate), and where going to the grocery store or park feels as dangerous as walking outside in the midst of a tornado and necessitates wearing a mask.
Colin S. Levy, legal tech advocate, writer, and blogger, explores some of the basics around what legal tech is and isn’t.
This panel of contract experts discusses how to negotiate agreements remotely.
Colin S. Levy and Olga V. Mack discuss how to recognize our own humanity when practicing law.
This article provides my take on what it means to collaborate to innovate and how lawyers must listen to and learn from others.
I was featured on the LAWsome podcast. I was asked about my thoughts on what skills lawyers need to succeed in today’s changing environment and what it means to be a renaissance lawyer.
In this podcast episode, I explore my recent blog post entitled The Technology Seduction, which explores how the legal profession is apt to fall victim to shiny new things that may not necessarily be what they actually need.