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February 07, 2012

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Your work sounds fascinating. If you find it useful to be interviewed by this blog, please contact me Jane Genova at [email protected] or 203-468-8579.

I can submit email questions so that you and your group could have full control.

I think this is a very interesting move and one foreshadowed for a while by some of the early writings of people like Richard Susskind. There's no reason a leader can't come from a different field, and I hope that Scott Green can provide a fresh perspective and really help the firm grow in novel ways in the coming years, using technology and process improvement to drive efficiencies and better client service. There's a lot the legal profession can adopt that works great in other business areas, and I hope Scott can bring those ideas to his new firm.

I'm actually a fellow MBA student working on a project in the field of legal technology called Ridacto. We're also non-lawyers who are advised by a board of attorneys, and we're aiming to help attorneys create better legal contracts through technology. We've built a system based on artificial intelligence that can help attorneys and professionals create more bulletproof legal contracts, and I'd love to hear what you and people like Scott think. We're aiming to bring in techniques from outside the law to improve the legal field, and in this way have a similar mission as Scott.

Thanks for sharing!

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