Stacy Zosky, co-host of LAWPOD, the Law Society of Ontario-accredited podcast for lawyers and paralegals, said in an interview with the Law Times last year that podcasting is an effective way to reach the broad legal community. “It serves a purpose that I think is necessary in order to get the information out to more people in a fun and interesting way,” said Zosky.
LAWPOD focuses on content relevant to equality, diversity and inclusion, mental health, and legal technology.
Raimi-Zlatic says legal tech companies should provide lawyers with better education and training opportunities and should be “hands-on” in their approach, especially on mental health issues.
As more lawyers graduate, law firms should teach attorneys how to use various legal tech tools to market their law firm while making sure they stay ethical.
“I think at the end of the day it’s all about understanding the tools, technologies, and resources that are out there to support them [lawyers] to be more innovative. “