All this week, the inaugural American Legal Technology Awards has been announcing the winners in eight categories, all designed to honor companies and individuals who are making a difference in law through technology innovation.

Yesterday, for my Law Insights program on Litera.TV, I interviewed two of the organizers of the awards: Tom Martin, founder of LawDroid, and Patrick Palace, founder of Palace Law in Tacoma, Wash. The third organizers is Caitlin Moon, director of innovation design for the Program on Law and Innovation at Vanderbilt Law School.

They provided an overview of their reasons for starting the award, the selection process, and the winners so far, as a new winner is announced each day at 2 p.m. E.T.

What I did not know then was that today, the award in the enterprise category would be given to the legal workflow and workspace technology company Litera, the company that sponsors Litera.TV.

Other awards given this week so far are:

Still to come are awards in the categories law firm, startup, access to justice and technology.

See my earlier posts:

[Disclosure: I am a media sponsor of these awards. I neither contribute nor receive anything of value for that role, other than having my logo appear on the awards website.]