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 clients to create custom web and mobile applications exclusively related to law and justice.
Prior to founding Theory and Principle, Nicole was a partner and Chief Strategy Officer at legal innovation firm CuroLegal. While at Curo, Nicole led the product team that built a number of acclaimed web applications in the legal space, including Hate Crime Help, Veterans Legal Checkup, ABA Blueprint, and LawHub.
Nicole has been published or quoted in several national publications, including the Washington Post, the Boston Globe, the ABA Journal, Venture Beat, and more. She has spoken at countless global legal and technology events, including South by Southwest, Reinvent Law, and ABA TECHSHOW. For her work in this area, Nicole was named a 2012 ABA Journal “Legal Rebel” and was named to the Fastcase 50 list of global legal innovators in 2014.
Services like LegalZoom and apps created in hackathons are helping to address an underserved population: the self-help client. Rather than give in to self-help services, why not join them? In this session you’ll learn about the tools that are steering clients past attorneys, and whether you can leverage these tools – or create your own […]