In case you missed it, here’s a roundup of our most read blog posts of 2020.
Dan Hunter, Dean of Law and Professor of Legal Tech
The Dean of the largest law school in Australia shared his frank and fearless thoughts on legal tech, the future of legal education, and why lawyers should be lawyers (and not coders) ?.
Honourable mention: We have to call out Dr Sam Muller, HiiL CEO for his insightful interview about justice innovation.
At the start of the year, we created an online course to help legal technophobes learn everything about legal design and try out legal automation in a step-by-step, easy, virtual (and free) program.
We were blown away ? by the response . Thousands of people signed up, learned a thing or two, became certified builders, and gave us rave reviews.
Honourable mention: A lot of people also wanted to hear about the Automation Academy we launched with one of our customers, Clifford Chance.
Is that Josef? (No it's a statue of Kafka)
There’s a backstory to our name, so we decided to tell it on our website. Enjoy!
Try as we might, nobody could avoid COVID-19 (or seeing the word unprecedented for the nth time).
What did our readers want to know? How a major law firm adapted and used legal tech to innovate for client visitor safety ?.
"The new flowchart is LIFE-CHANGING. You can quote me on that" - a Josef customer
We launched a new flowchart feature to Josef, making it easier and faster than ever to build bots on our platform ?.
It was a hit with our customers, and our readers.
2020 was the start of the Build Better Bots series ?. Intake bots are where many legal teams start with their legal tech and legal automation journey, so it was no surprise this topped the list.
Until next time… that’s all folks!