Tech Law Roundtable

Technologists at Denver-based firms discuss how IT fits within an organization

Jason Adaska (left), director of software engineering at the innovation lab, and Warren Green, business intelligence strategy and product manager at Holland & Hart, said they address innovation with a bottom-up approach. / HANNAH BLATTER

Despite a reputation for being slow-moving, the legal business is rolling along with the wheels of progress. As law firms look to adopt new technologies and stay on top of buzzwords, experts in IT and innovation discuss how their work intersects with the practice of law, how firms can identify helpful technology and how to catch up to the competition.

Participants in Law Week’s June 27 tech roundtable include Jason Adaska, director of software engineering at the Holland & Hart Innovation Lab; Warren Green, business intelligence strategy and product manager at Holland & Hart; and Scott Shadler, director of information services at Wheeler Trigg O’Donnell. Tony Flesor, managing editor of Law Week Colorado moderated the discussion.

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