Nicole Black: From the Defender's Office to Legal Technology Evangelist

Black is among the leaders in educating lawyers about technology’s role in modern law.

, Legaltech News


Black is among the leaders in educating lawyers about technology’s role in modern law.

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  • Jessica

    Hi Jean, I think Nicole Black is an inspiration for many of us in the Legal industry who are living through major advances in cognitive technology and cybersecurity. That‘s why I think your comment should have ended with "Very impressive."

  • Jean

    Very impressive, you lost me at the end though. I am a woman (not a lawyer though) and came up through the ranks of law firms and corporations and am an SVP in Compliance now. I‘m sorry you lost me, your story is a good one.

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