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Top Legal Innovations 2021: Husch Blackwell

When Husch Blackwell sent 1,500 employees to a work-from-home environment in a matter of days, the shift encouraged the development of preexisting concepts that the firm was already examining.

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Top Legal Innovations 2021: Mutrux Firm Injury Lawyers

Maximum Lawyer, a podcast that launched in 2016, has since not only developed a regular audience but also led to a professional membership group a large Facebook group and an annual conference.

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Top Legal Innovations 2021: Gregory Leyh PC

An academic who once taught political philosophy and constitutional law, Gregory Leyh transitioned into a law career to work on issues impacting consumers.

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Top Legal Innovations 2021: Seigfreid Bingham

Attorneys at Seigfried Bingham launched Empower U, a legal service to provide guidance to athletic conferences and universities on rules and compliance issues and assist those entities in educating student-athletes on legal issues related to their ability to profit from NIL opportunities.

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Top Legal Innovations 2021: EDZ Systems

Finding productive ways to utilize mountains of information to create a coherent picture of your business can be a massive challenge. That’s where EDZ Systems’ Intelligent Resource Management System (IRMS) comes in.

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Top Legal Innovations 2021: Michael Downey

Michael Downey began developing CLE presentations that were based on questions he was getting from his attorney clients. To date, the CLE program has offered more than 40 webinars with plans to continue offering at least two ethics CLE webinars through June 2022.

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Top Legal Innovations 2021: Missouri Appleseed

The organization, which frequently deals in research, education and advocacy at the intersection of criminal justice and public health, collaborated with experts to create a protocol of best practices which aimed to ensure that Missouri’s prisons did not become overwhelmed with illness as the state grappled with COVID-19.

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