The recognition honors Calloquy’s innovative approach to building the future of litigation, both for those who practice law and for those who need it most.
ATLANTE, February 7, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Calloquy, PBC, the first remote litigation platform designed for litigants, has been named to the National Law Journal’s 2023 Legal Technology Trailblazers list. The annual list recognizes companies that change the way law firms and legal organizations operate by developing and delivering innovative solutions that improve the practice of law.
“We are very proud to be named one of this year’s National Law Journal Pioneers of Legal Technology,” said David Carter, CEO and founder of Calloquy. “Over the past few years, the vast majority of innovations featured on the NLJ Trailblazers list have been tools designed by well-established legal technology companies or the world’s largest law firms – in other words, companies that already have decades of experience and hundreds of millions of dollars in The fact that Calloquy is honored in this way is a testament to the extraordinary team of dedicated professionals we have assembled and the sense of purpose each brings to our work every day.
The Calloquy platform is designed to facilitate the collaboration of remote and hybrid litigation teams throughout the lifecycle of a complex case, from daily strategy sessions and witness interviews to critical depositions. , mediation or arbitration. The platform offers an intuitive video conferencing interface and an evidence management system with a level of formality and security suitable for dispute and dispute resolution processes. Calloquy also offers its clients secure court reporting services, making virtual depositions and arbitrations seamless.
Calloquy was designed with input from lawyers, judges, paralegals and court reporters and has been beta tested with litigants from AmLaw 100 firms and legal service organizations.
“Not only did Calloquy reach out to us for feedback on the design of this incredible tool, their generosity in allowing us and our network of volunteer lawyers to use the environment goes a long way in increasing access to justice and to ensure that legal service organizations and the communities we serve have world-class resources in the pursuit of equal justice,” said Michael Lucas, executive director of the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation, one of the nation’s leading public interest law firms. “We are grateful to be part of the Calloquy Network and excited to see how Calloquy’s innovative disruption in the legal tech industry continues to promote access to justice along the way,” added Lucas.
Calloquy is a Atlanta-public benefit corporation (PBC) with more than 60 employees. Calloquy has its headquarters in Atlanta with offices at Dallas, TX And Tustin, California.
Calloquy is the first virtual litigation platform intentionally designed for the way litigation is practiced today. Its court reporting technology and services enable attorneys to conduct and manage court proceedings more efficiently and securely, while increasing productivity and reducing costs. The company is helping shape the next era of litigationMT by combining legal industry-specific video conferencing technology, world-class security, highly professional court reporting services and a social mission of access to justice. Calloquy is a public benefit company, and its commercial litigation clients fuel that mission by enabling the company to provide free access to the platform for legal services organizations and pro bono cases. For more information, visit www.calloquy.com.
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