Technology used in the legal industry, in law firms and in-house legal departments of all sizes, and among solo practitioners.
...website statistics. (ALM is the parent company of Texas Lawyer and Law Technology News.) This trend has been especially profound for tablet owners who just...
...gadgets and gizmos to assist lawyers in their daily practices, and while technology has boosted efficiency, it has made lawyers more dependent and more accessible...
There are nearly 30 law schools that have or soon will offer a master's degree for nonlawyers, up from just a handful two years ago
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Travel-savvy attorneys hit the road with only the minimum number of devices necessary to complete their work quickly and effectively. Writer John Edwards recommends ten things that can stay home
Originally Published: Law Technology News
...of the United States CABLE, TELECOMMUNICATIONS, AND TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE OF THE NEW ORLEANS CITY COUNCIL, Petitioner ...
We have all read the myriad articles recounting the depressing statistics about the gender gap in the legal profession. We could lament that, despite the fact that more than half of incoming law scho
Originally Published: The Legal Intelligencer
...companies' software to perform core accounting functions. To fill this technology gap, Wellogix entered into an agreement in 2005 with the software company...
...is the parent company of Texas Lawyer and Law Technology News.) This trend has been especially profound for tablet owners who...
Gabriela Baron, vice president for business development at Xerox Litigation Services, discusses big-picture e-discovery trends, including what clients are putting on their wish lists
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
...to use Texas law in confidentiality agreements and other agreements that involve technology." Commercial litigators who represent clients in trade-secrets litigation...
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