Widely praised when it launched two years ago, JD Match has so far had little impact on recruiting
Originally Published: The American Lawyer
...team that built LexisNexis Exchange, the company's first commercial online service that delivered legal research on the Internet. He started as director...
...reports that users can sign up for a service to receive a text message every morning asking them to text the...
With five weeks left, 2013 is already a record-setting year for tie-ups involving U.S. law firms. The Am Law Daily caught up with legal consultants Ward Bower and Tony Williams to discuss the continu
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
...Launched in 2006, TexasFile provides online access to many types of...dollars promoting and marketing its services using the TexasFile marks,"...
Originally Published: Texas Lawyer
...would never purchase goods or services from that organization again. In...
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