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2019 Business of Law and Legal Technology Survey Released
Author /Legal Technology News – Legal IT Professionals | Everything legal technology: The results of Aderant’s 2019 Business of Law and Legal Technology Survey were released today. The survey, released for the third year in a row, is unique because
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The Most Effective Tech Tools for Lawyers? New Survey Says they Ain’t What You Think
Author Bob Ambrogi/LawSites: What technology tools rank most important to lawyers in driving efficiency? Given all the hype these days around artificial intelligence, it must be at or near the top of the list, right? Actually no. In a survey
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Report looks forward to legal department 2025
Author /The Global Legal Post | Latest:
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Joe Combs joins DocsCorp as Director, Partnerships & Alliances
Author /Legal Technology News – Legal IT Professionals | Everything legal technology: DocsCorp announced that the new role of Director, Partnerships & Alliances will be filled by Joe Combs, who previously worked for iManage as Director of EMEA Channel Partners.
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Deadline Friday for Startups to Apply for LexisNexis Legal Tech Accelerator
Author Bob Ambrogi/LawSites: Friday, Aug. 9, is the deadline for startups to apply for the fourth cohort of the LexisNexis Legal Tech Accelerator, a program designed to give start-ups a leg-up in the legal tech industry. The accelerator runs September to
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Legal Tech Investments Down, But Definitely Not Out, In Q2 [Sponsored]
Author Staci Zaretsky/Above the Law: Check out this fascinating report from Bloomberg Law on all of the important legal tech funding and M&A news that you may have missed.
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Tech Contractors Report Hearing Drug Deals, Sex, and Medical Info Recorded by Virtual Assistants
Author Laura Temme, Esq./Technologist: Reports that staff at Google, Amazon, and Apple were tasked with listening to recordings from digital assistants has left many feeling uneasy. Learn more on FindLaw’s Technologist.
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Finalists Named for ‘Changing Lawyer’ Awards; Winners to be Named at #ILTACON19
Author Bob Ambrogi/LawSites: Finalists have been named for The Changing Lawyer Awards, paving the way for the announcement of the winners during ILTACON 2019, the annual convention of the International Legal Technology Association later this month. This is the second year
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How Robots and AI Are Changing Job Training
Author /HBR.org: Matt Beane, assistant professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara, finds that robots, machine learning, and AI are changing how we train for our jobs — not just how we do them. His study shows that robot-assisted
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Morning Docket: 08.06.19
Author Kathryn Rubino/Above the Law: * The mail bomber, Cesar Sayoc, gets sentenced to 20 years in prison for sending 16 explosive devices to journalist, high ranking officials and former elected politicians. * Roger Stone would really like the D.C. Circuit
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Holistic Automated Legal Assistance – a summer reverie
Author Roger Smith/Law, Technology and Access to Justice: One moment I was on a lounger, listening to the cicadas and watching the swallows high in the Mediterranean sky, The next I had drifted off to twenty years in the future.
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LawNext Episode 47: Casepoint CEO Haresh Bhungalia on Growth without Funding
Author Bob Ambrogi/LawSites: E-discovery company Casepoint is unusual among legal technology companies in that it has achieved significant growth in recent years, without taking on outside funding. Since 2015, the company has grown from 45 employees to 370, and in
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