...which looked at race and gender information of over 110,000 lawyers nationwide (the vast majority work at big, national firms): 1. Female...
Ronald Staudt prepares for the long and slow fight to integrate technology into the legal industry, starting with law schools
...400 mini shops alongside Apple's stores inside Best Buy locations nationwide, ...
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New California data privacy laws impose restrictions on third-party tracking and data breach notification to protect personal privacy
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...enterprise-wide data governance and privacy goals. Despite the continuing nationwide lag in job growth, hiring in the areas of data governance and...
...they encounter by using technology. Now the program is going nationwide. More than a dozen law schools have committed to similar efforts in...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
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