Episode 96: Joshua Lenon, Lawyer in Residence at Clio

Joshua Lenon, Clio’s Lawyer in Residence, has worked on the front lines of legal technology innovation for more than a decade, helping to educate legal professionals on how they can better use technology to run their firms more efficiently and effectively.
In this episode, Joshua talks with Jack Newton about the rapidly-changing world of professional responsibility in the legal industry, and how Continuing Legal Education (CLE) is evolving.
Specifically, Joshua and Jack discuss:
  • What the profound shift in the adoption of legal technology caused by COVID-19 means for legal professionals’ responsibilities and ethical considerations
  • How the pandemic has altered traditional cost-benefit analyses regarding the use of legal technology
  • What a “better normal” in legal could look like
  • Why CLE matters, and how the CLE landscape changing in the COVID era
  • New and innovative ways for lawyers to meet their states’ CLE requirements through educational podcasts, webinars, conferences, and more
Joshua Lenon is Clio’s Lawyer in Residence. An attorney admitted to the New York Bar, Joshua has worked extensively to educate lawyers on how technology can enhance their practices, while also teaching tech companies about the unique needs of legal professionals and organizations.
You can follow Joshua on Twitter at @JoshuaLenon