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Non Sequiturs: 04.28.19
Author David Lat/Above the Law: * Adam Feldman poses — and answers — an interesting question: are particular justices more or less partial to certain lawyers’ or law firms’ positions? * Speaking of the federal judiciary, Carrie Severino offers this
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What to make of hackathons?
Author Roger Smith/hackathons – Law, Technology and Access to Justice: Hackathons, competitive events taking place over a limited period of time (often 24 or 48 hours) are a popular way of engaging a wide range of people in technological solutions
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In Memoriam: Richard Zorza, Impassioned Advocate and Blogger on A2J and Legal Tech
Author Bob Ambrogi/LawSites: Richard Zorza once wrote that, after his death, he would continue to blog from hell. I would not be surprised if Richard, who died April 13 at the age of 69, is still blogging somewhere, but I
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Mo’ Tech, Mo’ Money, No Problems
Author George Khoury, Esq./Technologist: Lawyers should learn the saying, mo’ tech, mo’ money, no problems. Find out what it’s all about on FindLaw’s Technologist blog.
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The Patent Option
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology There is a shift in the shape of intellectual property tools used to strengthen and lengthen the right of pharmaceutical companies to exclude others from making and marketing their products. Patents
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NEW TECHNOLOGY, THE DEATH OF THE BIGLAW MONOPOLY AND THE EVOLUTION OF THE COMPUTER PROFESSIONAL
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology Much has been written recently about new technology disrupting the traditional law firm model of providing legal services. Susskind and Susskind predicted the failure of professions, including the legal profession, due
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HOW NEUROSCIENCE TECHNOLOGY IS CHANGING OUR UNDERSTANDING OF BRAIN INJURY, VEGETATIVE STATES AND THE LAW
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology The author examines clinical studies that use neuroscience technology to study patients in Vegetative States. The studies indicate that some of the patients are, in fact, conscious. The author suggests that
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Nine Technology Procurement Tips for Corporate Legal Teams
Author /Corporate Counsel: Identify the right legal technology for your in-house team.        
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Welcome
Author Admin/Admin – Law, Technology and Access to Justice: Welcome to the Law, Technology and Access to Justice website. This has been created by The Legal Education Foundation. The site is managed by Roger Smith. The intention is to provide
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The Case for Robot Personal Liability: Part III – Iterative Liability and AI Taxonomy
Author Eran Kahana/CodeX – Stanford Law School: Considering the proliferation of AI over the last decade, it is unsurprising that the concept of “iterative liability” (introduced in Part II nearly eight years ago) remains relevant, arguably even more so today.
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Can You Win an Argument With an Algorithm?
Author William Vogeler, Esq./Technologist: An algorithm is not just a computer thing. Learn more from FindLaw’s Technologist blog.
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Self Represented Litigants in England and Wales: the Litigants in Person Network
Author Roger Smith/litigants in person – Law, Technology and Access to Justice: The increasing importance of the role played litigants in person within the English and Welsh courts has been recognised by the creation of an online litigant in person
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