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Wales: access to justice, technology and charisma
Author Roger Smith/Law, Technology and Access to Justice: The Welsh Government has established a Commission on Justice in Wales – among its aims being to ‘promote better outcomes in terms of access to justice’. The commission has proceeded rather slowly
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Skilled in the Art: What’s ZUP With Obviousness? Will AI Make Everything Obvious?
Author /Law.com: Is this the case that wil straighten out the Federal Circuit’s law of obviousness”          
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How Artificial Intelligence Can Change Legal Departments: A Q&A With IBM Watson’s Brian Kuhn
Author /Corporate Counsel: “I think law departments are 66 percent more likely to hire a law firm if they believe that law firm is innovative and that innovation generates meaningful results,” says co-founder and global leader of Watson Legal Practice
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#Legalweek19 Preview: How Technology Is Transforming Legal Practice
Author Bob Ambrogi/LawSites: If you are reading this blog, then I don’t have to tell you: Little has more dramatically changed the practice of law than technology. For better or for worse, the technological advances of the past decade have
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Wordcloud of #Legalweek19 Agenda Reveals the Show’s Dominant Themes
Author Bob Ambrogi/LawSites: Every year, the folks at the legal marketing and public relations firm InsideLegal analyze the agenda of the Legalweek/Legaltech conference and create a wordcloud revealing the show’s major and not-so-major themes. With the conference kicking off next Tuesday,
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Summary and Analysis: Microsoft Office 365 eDiscovery Challenge Survey
Author Bob Ambrogi/LawSites: [Editor’s note: In a guest post here in August, e-discovery consultants Tom O’Connor, director of the Gulf Coast Legal Technology Center, and Don Swanson, president of Five Star Legal, launched the Microsoft Office 365 eDiscovery Challenge, a survey to determine whether Office 365’s
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The GLH2019: The whats and whys of the hackathon, plus why women should get involved
Author Tate Chennis Colbran/Legal IT Insider: Registration opened this week for the Global Legal Hackathon 2019, taking place worldwide from Feb. 22-24. We spoke to Global Rise of Women in LegalTech (GROWL) chair Nita Sanger about the GLH and the
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Refurbished 10 Commandments of IT Contracts
Author Peter S. Vogel/ Internet, IT & e-Discovery Blog I was honored to speak at the Advanced Practices Council of the Society for Information Management on January 15, 2018 about my 10 Commandments of IT Contracts which I updated from
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Elevate Acquires Cognatio Law, Launching Operations in Hong Kong
Author /Legal Technology News – Legal IT Professionals | Everything legal technology: Law company Elevate today announced it has acquired Cognatio Law, a Hong Kong-based flexible lawyering and legal consulting business serving in-house legal and compliance teams as well as
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Biglaw Schadenfreude — See Also
Author Kathryn Rubino/Above the Law: Reed Smith Sued: The Biglaw firm is facing a $500 million malpractice suit. Biglaw Real Estate Porn: Who doesn’t love gawking at other people’s houses. People Outside Of The Legal Industry Shocked By Billable Hours:
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Another Whopper Legaltech Investment: $83 Million In eDiscovery Company DISCO
Author Robert Ambrogi/Above the Law: Huge announcement on the eve of Legalweek.
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Monetizing your investment in legal tech
Author /ABA Journal Daily News:
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