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In our third installment of Love and Legal Tech, we talk with Ab Saraswat and Priti Saraswat. Ab and Priti met while training to be barristers in the UK. They were on opposing debate teams, and Ab proposed within a year of meeting Priti. They have be... more
In the latest episode of "The Geek in Review" podcast, co-hosts Greg Lambert and Marlene Gebauer continue their series of interviews from this year's LegalWeek conference by engaging with Joshua Lenon from Clio. As Clio's Lawyer in Residence, Lenon d... more
In the latest episode of "The Geek in Review," Marlene Gebauer hosts a fascinating conversation with Sonja Ebron and Debra Slone, the dynamic couple behind Courtroom5, a pioneering startup in the Justice Tech space aimed at empowering pro se litigant... more
Such a great podcast to listen to - both for lawyers and other legal professionals. Greg and Marlene have great questions, are entertaining and informative hosts, and bring a ton of experience to their discussions. One to keep at the top of your playlist!
I enjoy the different legal topics and angles that are explored. New twist to everyday legal cases. Keep going.
I can’t believe you’ve been doing this for four years. Great show and great guests! Happy Anniversary Geeks!! Cheers!
They introduce innovators who are reframing how the law can be practiced whether it's with tech or concepts that make lawyers think about how they're practicing the law.
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The Geek In Review launched 6 years ago and published 240 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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