Procertas Places in Inaugural Accelerator for Legal Tech Startups at Duke Law

April 26, 2017
PROCERTAS PLACES 3RD IN INAUGURAL ACCELERATOR FOR LEGAL TECH STARTUPS AT DUKE LAW MOUNT PLEASANT, SC,  APR. 13, 2017 — Procertas ( placed third in the inaugural accelerator for legal tech startups at Duke Law. The Duke Law accelerator was a three-month program that culminated in Tech Day, where startups delivered pitches to an audience of Duke Law faculty, students, business leaders and others. Seven startups, chosen from hundreds of applications, completed the program. According to Director John Fallone, the mission of...
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Procertas Partners with the OLP

January 17, 2017
PROCERTAS PARTNERS WITH THE ORGANIZATION OF LEGAL PROFESSIONALS, PROVIDING MEMBERS WITH TOOLS TO INCREASE TECHNOLOGY PROFICIENCY MOUNT PLEASANT, SC,  JAN. 17, 2017 — Procertas ( announced today that the Organization of Legal Professionals will offer the Legal Technology Assessment (LTA) and Trainer’s Edition to their members beginning February 2017. The OLP plans to offer the LTA to all members via their website at a discounted rate. “We are excited to be able to offer our members a cost effective approach...
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Keesal, Young & Logan is First Law Firm to Pass the Legal Tech Assessment

December 9, 2015
Please wait while you are redirected…or Click Here if you do not want to wait. KYL recognizes that it is no longer sufficient for a firm to claim to be something—secure, efficient, innovative. Clients demand evidence. D. Casey Flaherty, Legaltech News People, some of whom are lawyers, do not like training. Training takes time out of their day. The time taken is not always offset by skills gained. Justin Hectus knows this. As director of information for boutique powerhouse Keesal,...
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Washington Post: Lawyers, could you pass this test?

December 2, 2015
Please wait while you are redirected…or Click Here if you do not want to wait.   By Catherine Ho, Washington Post Casey Flaherty, a law firm associate-turned-in-house lawyer-turned entrepreneur, knows firsthand how much time lawyers waste. Most bill hundreds of dollars an hour, and the longer they take to do something, the more they can charge for it. Flaherty set out to change this. He left his job as an attorney at Kia Motors America this month to work full-time...
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NextLaw Labs Adds Flaherty to Advisory Board

December 1, 2015
Please wait while you are redirected…or Click Here if you do not want to wait.   Legaltech News runs down the movements from legal technology movers and shakers. Nov. 2: Business Accelerator NextLaw Labs Adds Flaherty to Advisory Board Just before the calendar turned to November, Dentons-developed business accelerator NextLaw Labs hired legal technology leader Casey Flaherty to the company’s advisory board. Flaherty is the founder of legal technology consultancy Procertas, as well as a pioneer in the field of...
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