Video helps legal teams manage, share, and amplify their expertise. Preserve and share the wisdom of your partners and specialists, enable staff to efficiently trade insights on new regulations and precedent, and build a secure, searchable library of knowledge available on-demand.
Give your team a tool that helps ensure they’ll never miss a detail. Record meetings and briefings and review them on-demand anywhere, or upload videos to Panopto and search every word spoken or shown.
Video offers firms a versatile means to enhance their competitive advantages. Efficiently scale formal and informal training and communications activities, capture important conversations and interviews and facilitate eDiscovery, and extend firm culture and know-how into new markets and acquisitions.
Previously video assets were impossible to search, making eDiscovery difficult. Panopto gives you an efficient solution, indexing virtually every word spoken or shown on-screen.
Video is a flexible tool that can support and scale virtually any employee development event, classroom, or session, and make it available on-demand for anyone to learn from.
Expedite executive communications — making quarterly results, internal announcements, and any other message easier to create and more engaging to view than a typical email.
Vague laws, contradictory precedent, and evolving applications are nuances essential to winning cases and claims. With video, experts can make their specialized knowledge available for firm-wide reference.
Video is helping law firms make their expertise more agile, helping to manage, scale, extend, and amplify the knowledge upon which they’ve built their businesses.
Identifying, collecting, producing, and reviewing electronically stored information and content required for audits and lawsuits — a process known as electronic discovery or eDiscovery — ...
14 ideas for using video to support on-demand learning and development – plus, how to convince your business now is the time to start doing more.
The right (jargon-free!) inquiries to include in your video platform request for proposal (RFP).
Whether it’s lecture capture, flipped classrooms, student recordings, faculty training, or a dozen other new ideas, the classroom of the future is supported by video.