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Nathan Morris: Disrupting the legal tech industry

Nathan Morris is the co-founder and Chief Culture Officer of Filevine, a legal-tech company building software solutions to help law firms manage their clients’ projects and documents.

About This Episode

Nathan was a practicing attorney before realizing how many processes in the legal space can be improved with digitization. He decided to start Filevine along with fellow legal practitioners Jim Blake and Ryan Anderson, and solve many problems that came with an out-of-date way of doing things.

In our conversation we discuss the initial vision behind Filevine, how the Iron Man movies inspired the original MVP, and how Nathan’s company got their first paying customers. We also talk about the importance of customer feedback and the balancing act between staying on track with the product vision and satisfying feature requests from customers.

Nathan also shares how they approached convincing legacy software users to switch to their product, and speaks on the evolution and the future of innovation happening in the legal tech space. We also cover Filevine’s acquisition of Outlaw, and how Nathan views the challenge of integrating another company’s technology and culture into your own.

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