Journal subscriptions are dropping for the majority of law school law journals. This drop could be attributed to a number of factors for subscribers
Originally Published: The Recorder
The television show Hoarders each week examines the case of an individual who suffers from a disorder that causes extreme distress at the prospect of discarding a possession. Too many organizations t
Originally Published: Law Technology News
...activate their desktop computer files and applications via any standard web browser. Networked devices, such as printers and webcams, are accessible, too. The service also...
...Of all the electronic discovery stories, those involving e...finding representatives from IT, human resources, records management, finance, compliance and...
...via a portal known as the "TXClass Learning Central: A Complete Training Resource for UT Faculty and Staff." TXClass was a "secure" server operated by...
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