Why do Lawyers Care About #Legaltech
Help me answer this question + one more about ChatGPT
Happy Friday, the weekend’s almost here, but not before a quick shot of legal disruption. And today, I’m asking for your help answering two questions, both of which are meant to tailor the content of Zach Abramowitz is Legally Disrupted so that I can help you achieve maximal legal disruption (it’s like Nirvana but with more case law).
Here’s the background: I started two different conversations on social media this week — one on LinkedIn and one on Twitter. Both are getting some interesting responses.
Here’s the Tweet — a bunch of folks have already replied.
I know why I’m interested in #legaltech, it’s my profession. But I want to know why YOU the practicing attorney cares (or doesn’t for that matter). My audience has always been strong with legaltech founders, execs and law firm innovation folks but recently most of the sign-ups are coming from what appear to be traditional lawyers.
The second question is ChatGPT related: if you’re NOT using ChatGPT at work, why? There are some thoughtful answers on the thread worth reading, shout out Foster Sayers, GC and Chief Evangelist at Pramata for kicking that off. I’m asking this because I want to understand the lawyer mindset and I’m hoping you can help.
You can do that by chiming in on Twitter and/or LinkedIn, responding to me privately or commenting on this post. Here’s the link to the thread on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/posts/zachabramowitz_think-of-me-when-youre-having-the-best-productivity-activity-7029430488557629441-NKt1
I supposed you’re also technically allowed to keep your opinion to yourself and not share with me or the rest of the class. But come on, it’s Friday. Live a little. And oh, btw, you may have noticed: but you have now been legally disrupted.
Have a disruption free weekend, you earned it.
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