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Software-as-a-service practice management rivals desktop software
A kind of TED conference for lawyers explores the digital, regulatory, and engineering changes redefining the practice of law as attorneys and their clients now know it
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I met North Carolina-based Stephanie L. Kimbro at last year's LegalTech New York bloggers' breakfast. As writer of the Virtual Law Practice blog and author of "Virtual Law Practice: How to Deliver Le
...nonprofit, Newton said. Founding members in additon to Clio are DirectLaw, Rocket Matter, and Total Attorneys. Current membership is made up of eight...
Developers are moving beyond the meat and potatoes in law practice management technology, streamlining not just documents and information, but also the organizational, communication, and workflow com
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