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Suffolk Law School launches a law technology concentration program that will also help students learn project management and business skills
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The Innovators: Richard Granat: An entrepreneur constantly working to bring legal tools to average Americans
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Sharon Nelson, president of Sensei Enteprises, has a habit of breaking glass ceilings in legal tech
12 on 12: A look at 12 e-discovery vendors' websites and the resource material available for newbie lawyers and professionals hoping to learn more about e-discovery
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