Big Law must adopt corporate business structures and priorities to thrive in the New Normal
Michael Arkfeld is on a quest to identify the next generation of e-discovery leaders; Heather Schultz finds apps that help guests share joyful wedding pictures, and we bid adieu to a legal technology
Daniel Martin Katz, assistant professor at Michigan State's School of Law, announced at an event hosted by Fordham University Law School that he is developing "a group of assassins" who are g
It's inevitable that risk-averse Big Law ultimately will fully embrace the cloud. But for now, first adopters are jumping in for e-discovery and back-office tasks, while avoiding web services designe
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