In this episode, M.C. Sungaila interviews an esteemed panel of female legal tech founders: Nicole Clark of Trellis Research, Inc., Dorna Moini of Documate, and Jacqueline Schafer of Clearbrief. They discuss their respective businesses and the pain points that pushed them to move from law into the legal tech space. This standout trio is working on ways to use emerging tech to accelerate court processes, and impact access to justice. Tune in for practical tips and insights from the ones paving the way in the tech industry, where female founders still face significant barriers. Note: Trellis and ClearBrief are founding sponsors of this podcast.
Page of Our Lives - Hope in Infertility with Nicole Clark
Page of Our Lives Podcast
Nicole Clark is a wife, mom, and a former background dancer for Justin Timberlake (yes!). But more than that, Nicole is someone who knows intimately the pain and heartache of infertility. It was through her own struggle with infertility that her ministry, Twelve 12, was born. Twelve 12 Ministries creates a safe space for emotional restoration, physical healing, and spiritual discipleship for women who have or are experiencing infertility, miscarriage or infant loss. Through their programs and resources, they are giving women hope during some of their darkest days. We loved getting to know Nicole and hearing more about Twelve 12 Ministries. For more information, visit www.twelve12ministries.org or on Instagram @twelve12ministries. Show notes and more available at www.pageofourlives.com. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pageofourlivespodcast/support
Trellis' Nicole Clark on State Trial Court Docket Analytics
The Geek In Review
When it comes to dockets, the holy grail for most of us has always been state trial court dockets. Nicole Clark, CEO and co-founder of Trellis also felt that way when she was practicing, and decided that she would find a way to access and obtain that treasure trove of data that was always just out of reach. Nicole sits down with us this week to tell us the story behind her mission to seek out local court information, clean up the data, and create a method of analyzing that data. As anyone who has ever worked with trial court dockets, you understand how difficult a task this really is. Nicole says that Trellis is on a mission to add a county court a day and to find additional ways that the information can be sliced, diced, and analyzed with the help of artificial intelligence (AI) processes like natural language processing (NLP) and through upcoming API access. She also walks us through some of the unique ways her customers use the data, and that the value of trial court data isn't just limited to the legal field. The once elusive state court data is now becoming more and more available through platforms like Trellis, so the opportunities for legal researchers to take advantage of this wealth of information is expanding, literally by the day. Listener Perk: Trellis is providing Geek In Review podcast listeners with complimentary 14-day access to its state trial court research & analytics platform! Gain insights and intelligence on judges, verdicts, opposing counsel, motions, rulings, dockets and other legal issues. Click here to try Trellis for free today. LegalWeek Crystal Ball Question This week we ask Casetext's Robert Armbruster to look into his crystal ball and tell us what he sees in the next few years when it comes to our expectations on how search tools like Casetext will evolve. Contact Us Twitter: @gebauerm or @glambert Voicemail: 713-487-7270 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Music: Jerry David DeCicca Transcript
236 || How a Loving God Redeems Hurt and Brings Hope to His Daughters || Nicole Clark
The Devoted Dreamers Podcast
Find show notes here. Have you seen God’s hand on your life, even through the most difficult trials? My guest today will tell you that she was so caught up in herself when the reality of her motherhood didn’t look the way she always dreamed it would. She will tell you that it became an obsession to fix the ache caused by her unmet desires. And she will tell you what God did instead of allowing her to stay there. Today Nicole Clark is the founder of a local nonprofit ministry in North Texas helping women and families through tough seasons of infertility and loss. She hosts a podcast called Purpose Beyond Motherhood and events, both local and streaming online, to help women who are walking through the fire so they can persevere and step into whatever God is calling them to. In this episode, we’re talking about: The mistake of running ahead of God's timing and what to focus on instead, Managing expectations about the outcome of your dream, and A trap creatives get stuck in and how to shift so you can make true progress. Get more info about the Refined Purpose event in Frisco, TX and online - Friday, April 29, 2022 at 7:00 pm (Central Time) NEXT STEPS: Connect with Merritt: Website || Instagram || Book a Discovery Call Get Connected with the Facebook Community Support the Podcast Leave a Review: Apple Podcasts/iTunes Subscribe: on Apple Podcasts * on Android
E325 Nicole Clark, CEO and Co-Founder at Trellis Research
The Alldus Podcast - AI in Action
Today's guest is Nicole Clark, CEO and Co-Founder at Trellis Research in Los Angeles. Founded in 2017, Trellis is a state trial court legal research and analytics platform with AI-based insights on judges, opposing counsel, motions, dockets and legal issues. They make state trial court data searchable and analyze it to give law firms insights into the way judges are ruling. Legal teams are able to "Google" search state trial court records and uncover key intelligence on opposing counsel, motions, rulings, dockets and other legal issues. Prior to founding Trellis, Nicole was a business litigation and labor and employment attorney who handled litigation in both state and federal courts. She regularly represented multinational corporations in claims ranging from high-profile trade secret disputes to complex class-action litigation. Frustrated by sending internal emails and collecting anecdotes on judges in order to make strategic case recommendations, she built Trellis to solve her own need for access to data, information and analytics at the state trial court level. In the episode, Nicole tells us about: The origins of Trellis Research, Early challenges of bringing the concept to life, Benefits that the platform currently brings to users, Interesting projects & day-to-day life of the engineering team, What the future looks like for Trellis Research and Why Trellis Research is a great place to work
Nicole Clark was an ex-back-up dancer who enjoyed world tours with artists like Justin Timberlake until God started to pivot her to use stories, creativity, and compassion in the church and ministry space. Nicole’s heart and mission is to light up the path of transformation and healing by re-discovering ourselves. This is often only possible when we slooowww our efforts long enough to sit and listen for what’s next (and there you have it, the moment our stories just became besties).Today We Cover: Twelve 12 Ministries Ways to create discipleship in your home Practical steps to take to find your purpose and identity in Christ Inspiration for single moms The freedom in letting go of balance and finding a rhythm insteadConnect with Nicole:Official Site | Instagram | Instagram | PodcastConnect with Ashley:Connect With Me MoreShow Sponsors: Seeking Confidence Hope & Value? Apply Today! Shop my website and get 10% off when you use code LOVE10 If you’re encouraged by this episode, leave a rating & review here!--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ashley-henriott/support
S2E3 | The use of AI for legal research in US legal teams w/ Nicole Clark
The Law of Tech
How can AI be used for legal research purposes by legal teams? Data has the potential to transform the global economy by offering insights that were previously considered to be impossible to reach. Among the many domains in which the value of data has proven to be invaluable, is the domain of legal research. A perfect example of this can be found in the United States (US), where in particular state court data has for long been inaccessible to legal practitioners. Realising the opportunities offered by AI, Trellis was established. Trellis is a state trial court legal research and analytics platform with AI-based insights on judges, opposing counsel, motions, dockets, and legal issues. In this episode of The Law of Tech Podcast, I discussed the use of AI for legal research in US legal teams with Nicole Clark, co-founder and CEO Trellis. Want to know more? Take a listen to the podcast episode on your podcast platform of preference!
Ep 149: Trellis Founder Nicole Clark Says Court Data is a Litigator’s Secret Weapon
As a litigator in Los Angeles, Nicole Clark saw that state court data could be a secret weapon for winning, but she also saw how difficult it was for her and other lawyers to access that data. That inspired Clark to found Trellis in 2018, to collect and provide access to that data so that other litigators would not have to operate blind. Recently, Trellis raised $14.1 million in a Series A funding round that Clark plans to use to expand the company’s coverage into additional states and its customer base into additional industries. Eventually, Clark hopes to see the use of court analytics become the industry standard, commonplace among litigators and expected by clients. On this episode of LawNext, Clark joins host Bob Ambrogi to explain why she started Trellis and how she sees its court and judge analytics as critical tools for today’s litigators. She also recounts how the company has expanded its coverage so far and describes her plans to eventually cover the courts in every U.S. state. Thank You To Our Sponsors This episode of LawNext is generously made possible by our sponsors. We appreciate their support and hope you will check them out. Paradigm, home to the practice management platforms PracticePanther, Bill4Time, and MerusCase, and e-payments platform Headnote. Woodpecker, legal document automation for solo and small firms. A reminder that we are on Patreon. Subscribe to our page to be able to access show transcripts, or to submit a question for our guests.
Fr. Roy Lee welcomes Atlanta based real estate agent Nicole Clark who talks about home ownership and the experience of home ownership through a very particular lens. Join Fr. Roy Lee for another enlightening conversation on the African American Catholic Podcast.
Taking the Guess Work Out of State Trial Courts With Nicole Clark, CEO and Founder of Trellis and Host Richard Levick of LEVICK
In House Warrior
Taking the Guess Work Out of State Trial Courts: Nicole Clark, CEO and Founder of Trellis, appears on the show with host Richard Levick of LEVICK to discuss their software and their newest product, Verdict, which collectively provides detailed analytics of state trial court records so that legal departments and law firms can better understand, plan for and advocate in state courts.