March 10th, 2021- Law360 sat down with Rich Snyder of Freshfields and Daniel Bonner of Level Legal to talk about what makes a great partnership between the law firm and ALSP.
In this Episode of the FCPA Compliance Report, Tom Fox is joined by Joey Seeber, CEO of Level Legal, an alternative legal services provider with a wide range of talented skills. We explore how an alternative legal service provider can act as an adjunct to an...
Joey Seeber joined Thomas Fox of the Compliance Podcast Network on an episode of FCPA Compliance Report to discuss a host of legal industry trends. The two talked about evolving ALSP models, how legal service providers can act as adjuncts to in-house corporate teams or law firms, and Joey’s leadership style during the pandemic.
Leigh Vickery, our Chief Strategy and Innovation Officer, speaks with Kathryn Rubino, Senior Editor at Above the Law, and host of The Jabot podcast.
A couple of weeks ago, I talked with Kevin Kiley, Chief Revenue Officer of OneTrust, on a session Level Legal sponsored with Buying Legal called “The Great Legal Shift of 2021: Procurement’s Role in Adding Value to the Business Bottom Line.” If you missed it, be sure to check it out online.
CEO Joey Seeber writes, “Even before the COVID-19 crisis struck, clients were demanding improved efficiency, predictability and cost-effectiveness from their legal partners.”
Bleeding Edge is a podcast series from ILTA (International Legal Technology Association), tackling timely and interesting topics in legal technology. Kicking off season 2, our CEO Joey Seeber talks about the ever-shifting landscape of legaltech.
Artificial Lawyer spoke with Level Legal’s Leigh Vickery and other legal experts about 2021 predictions: What a year it has been! Even beyond the impacts of the pandemic there have been plenty of significant changes in the legal tech sector and across the legal world as a whole. But what of next year? What will 2021 bring?
Level Legal’s Leigh Vickery writes, “The compliance and eDiscovery tools that we work with are better across the board, but many in the legal industry (clients and vendors alike) continue to be hamstrung by outdated workflows and practices. That includes volume-based pricing, which inherently assumes all gigabytes or units are the same.”
Level Legal’s Leigh Vickery blogs about Twitter’s new feature “Fleet,” and some of the privacy and harassment risks hidden in this ephemeral feature launched to compete with Instagram’s “stories.”