Welcome to The Geek In Review podcast. Tune in as Greg Lambert teams up with Marlene Gebauer to cover the Legal Information profession with a slant toward technology and management, along with interviews of key players in legal information and technology:

Ep. 43 – The Pros and Cons of Working Remotely


Ep. 42 – Matt Homann Says Binders of Strategy are Useless… And You Should Listen to Him!


Episode 41 – Brad Blickstein on Legal Operations and #CLOCAfterDark


Episode 40 – Erin Levine on the Efficiency of Divorce as as Service


Episode 39 – Hannah Bloch-Wehba on Who is Governing the Algorithms?


Episode 38: Jim Hannigan – SALI Alliance and Why Matter Standards … Really Matter


Episode 37: Advice for Law Students – From Reducing Stress to Nailing Your Time as a Summer Associate

Episode 36: David Whelan on Sole Provider or No Provider. Plus, How Law Schools are Reducing Student Stress During Finals

Episode 35: Brian Powers on the Entrepreneur Lawyer

Episode 34: Dr. Carla Rydholm on the Value of Legal Data Analytics

Episode 33: Stephen Embry – The Passion Behind Legal Blogging

Episode 32: Joe Lawson – How a 3% Increase in Lawyer Efficiency Can Solve a Pro Se Problem

Episode 31: Vishal Agnihotri on Legal Hackathons and her ‘Femme LeGALs’ team


Episode 30: Chicago-Kent’s Debbie Ginsberg on the Value of Women in Legal Tech

Episode 29: Ed Walters – Bringing Sexy Back… To Legal Publishing

Episode 28: Jennifer Roberts – Data Science Superhero

Episode 27: Heather Ritchie on Marketing, BD, KM, and Library Collaboration

Episode 26: Cat Moon on Legal Problem Solving for the 21st Century

Episode 25: Ivy Grey on Curiosity and Creativity’s Role in Business


Episode 24: What Does the Federal Government Shutdown Mean for Legal Information


Episode 23: The Technology Twilight Zone

Episode 22: Marcie Borgal Shunk on Teaching Leadership Skills to Leaders

Episode 21: Courtney Selby on Beer Law

Episode 20: Ryan McClead, CEO of Sente Advisors – Legal Innovation is not a One-Stop Shop

Episode 19: LexisNexis’ Jeff Pfeifer on Being Like a Startup


Episode 18: Nicholas Alexiou – Professional Development Needs for Law Students

Episode 17: Scott Mozarsky on Litigation Financing and Its Ties to Knowledge Management


Episode 16: New AALL Executive Director Vani Ungapen


Episode 15: Brandi Hester and the Modern Role of a Legal Applications Developer


Episode 14: Jeff Marple and the Art of Incremental Change; Plus “Free PACER”?


Episode 13: Litigation Analytics with Laurent Wiesel of Justly

Episode 12: Augmented Eternity, Engineered Epiphany, and Alameda


Episode 11: Jae Um on Innovation, Emotions, and Emojis


Episode 10: – Lex Machina, Kira Systems, and Gov’t Updates

Episode 9: Getting Law Students Familiar with Legal Tech


Episode 8: Emily Rushing Covers CI, CRM, and Collaboration


Episode 7: Tom O’Connor Wonders What’s Going on at ILTA


Episode 6: How a Law Librarian Helped Streamline a Texas Court


Episode 5: AALL Conference, Vendors, Privacy, & John Waters


Episode 4: Understanding How to Place the Focus on Others


Episode 3: Let’s Discuss Impact-Conscious Design


Episode 2: Being a Legal Information Startup


Episode 1: Living the “Non” Life in Law Firms