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Wednesday, January 10 • 3:30pm - 4:45pm
How Non-Profits and For-Profits Can Combine Forces to Build Better Products

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Non-profit legal aid organizations hold a wealth of knowledge about substantive areas of law as well as the clients they serve. However, they may not be sophisticated about building technology and scaling successful technology products. What is the best approach for a legal aid organization to develop and launch a new technology for the broader legal services marketplace. Should it be done in-house or with an outside partner? When should a non-profit consider partnering with a development firm to build a new technology or customize an existing technology? What are some ways to structure that relationship to maximize scale and impact? This presentation will address these questions and more, using a case study of a product currently underway via a partnership between Lawyers Trust Fund of Illinois and CuroLegal.

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Nicole Bradick

CEO, Theory and Principle
Nicole Bradick is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer at Theory and Principle, a legal technology product design and development firm. Nicole and her team work with global law firms, foundations, and legal technology companies to build innovative digital products related to law... Read More →
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Hanna Kaufman

Counsel for Innovation & Technology, Lawyers Trust Fund of Illinois
Hanna Kaufman serves as Counsel for Innovation & Technology at the Lawyers Trust Fund of Illinois. In her role, she partners with legal aid organizations on projects that use new technologies and service delivery models to help serve more clients more efficiently and effectively... Read More →


Wednesday January 10, 2018 3:30pm - 4:45pm
Rex - 8th Floor

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