Stuart W. Hubbard has twenty-five years of experience in the legal technology industry. He has spent much of his career in software development, but he is also well known as a consultant, writer, and educator. He is the co-founder of Lawyers Advocate, Inc., a consulting firm and continuing legal education provider based in Denver, Colorado that advises private law firms, corporate legal departments and the courts on all aspects of law office automation, management, and economics. His clients have included many of the AMLAW 200. Stuart was an undergraduate at the University of Delaware, and he completed an MA degree and all course work toward a PhD in computational linguistics at the University of Kansas. He has also pursued additional graduate work in computer science at North Carolina State University, and in business at the University of Colorado. He has served on the Board of the Denver Paralegal Institute and has been active in the Law Practice Management Section of the American Bar Association. He has also served as a member of the Litigation Advisory Board at Thomson-Reuters, the EED Strategic Advisory Board at Merrill Corporation, and the Advisory Board of the Legal Electronic Document Institute, in addition to being active in working groups of The Sedona Conference. Stuart is widely published on topics related to the application of technology to law practice, and has presented papers at annual meetings of the National Court Reporters Association, and at various regional and national technology conferences for legal professionals, including LegalTech, as well as at hundreds of accredited Continuing Legal Education programs across the country. He has published three books on the technology industry, including "Technology and Law Practice."