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Joshua Lenon

Clio

Joshua Lenon is an attorney admitted to the New York Bar.  He studied law at St. Louis University School of Law, obtaining a Juris Doctorate and a Certificate in International and Comparative Law.

During this time, Joshua clerked for the Missouri Attorney General, helping prosecute discrimination claims on behalf of Missouri citizens.

Joshua also studied European Union Law at the University of Georgia School of Law’s Brussels Legal Seminar.

Joshua has since helped legal practitioners improve their services, working for Thomson Reuters’ publishing departments in both the United States and Canada.

Joshua currently serves as Lawyer in Residence and Data Protection Officer for Clio, providing legal scholarship and research skills to the leading cloud-based practice management platform in Vancouver, Canada. Focusing on compliance, privacy law, and technology law, Joshua has been certified as a Privacy Professional and Privacy Program Manager with the International Association of Privacy Professionals.

Joshua has also been a guest lecturer for movements like legal hacking and legal technology at law schools, business, and technology schools like MIT, Suffolk Law, and Vanderbilt, numerous legal conferences, as well as before organizations like ReinventLaw and the ABA Law Practice Futures Initiative.

My Sessions

Know Your Customer: Scaling and Protecting Your Firm in a Global Economy

Grand ML

Grow your firm with a global client base. The market is global and law firms must embrace the regulations that come with a global economy. Learn your legal and ethical obligations for working with global clients including leveraging technology to create Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Know Your Customer (KYC) workflows to build a firm that […]

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Location, Location, No-cation: Law Firm Real Estate Post-Pandemic

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The idea of a virtual law firm has never been more popular. Following a year of working from home, many law firms are asking if they even need to keep their office space. Real estate costs are generally the second-biggest expense for most law firms. Before lawyers rush to break their leases, they should learn […]

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