Patrick Fuller is the Vice President and General Manager of ALM Intelligence. He has been in the legal industry for more than 20 years, holding a variety of business development, consulting, and senior leadership roles. Before joining ALM, Patrick served as the VP of Business Development for the artificial intelligence start-up, Neota Logic, and as Director of Legal Analytics for Wolters Kluwer’s ELM Solutions, working with legal departments to define, measure, and take action on key performance indicators for legal departments and operations. His career also includes stints with Martindale-Hubbell, Thomson Reuters, Hildebrandt Consulting, and LawVision Group. Patrick is a frequent author and speaker, with more than 200 speaking and authorship credits within the legal industry.
Active in his community personally and professionally, Patrick is a member of the Board of Directors for IgniteOKC. He serves as an advisory board member to a Silicon Valley LegalTech start-up and as a Community Leader to Diversity Lab’s Move the Needle Fund. Patrick is a member of the Leadership Board for the University of North Texas’s prestigious College of Information and is a Fellow in the College of Law Practice Management.
In this episode…
How can law firms use data to approach long-term strategy, evaluate diversification opportunities, and make a business case for DE&I efforts?
Join us as host Gina Rubel goes on record with Patrick Fuller, Vice President and General Manager of ALM Intelligence, to discuss business lessons learned from 2008, using data to grow intelligently, the pros and cons of geographic diversification, and the business case for diversity, equity, and inclusion.