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Litify raises $50 million in series A funding round from Tiger Global Management
Author /Legal Technology News – Legal IT Professionals | Everything legal technology: Litify, a software platform that empowers law firms to better service their clients and grow their business, announced today a Series A investment of $50 million by Tiger
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Artificial Intelligence and Criminal Justice: lighting a beacon
Author Roger Smith/Law, Technology and Access to Justice: I worked for the Law Society of England and Wales in the dead days as it abdicated – pretty shamefully – its regulatory function. Since then, it has struggled to find a
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When AI Becomes an Everyday Technology
Author Andrew Moore/HBR.org: The key challenge for companies will be deciding how to use it.
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PwC unveils first cohort of scale ups in LawTech programme
Author Caroline Hill/Legal IT Insider: Big Four giant PwC has unveiled the eight scale up companies that will take part in its inaugural Scale LawTech programme, with a heavy emphasis – you may not be surprised to hear – on
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AI or Excel on steroids? The ethics of AI as a tool, and its future regulation
Author Caroline Hill/Legal IT Insider: From a technological perspective, AI is simply a series of computing techniques that are designed to mimic human behaviour. In that sense, AI has been around since the 1950s, Bristows IT partner Chris Holder told
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Lander & Rogers Selects Aderant Expert
Author /Legal Technology News – Legal IT Professionals | Everything legal technology: Lander & Rogers, an award-winning Australian law firm, has selected Aderant Expert software in order to improve its mobility, streamline workflow processes, and strengthen innovation. 
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Local Courts Are Now Targets for Cyberattacks
Author William Vogeler, Esq./Technologist: After a computer virus infected a Philadelphia court system, lawyers were scrambling to file lawsuits and other documents. Learn more from FindLaw’s Technologist blog.
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Gliding into Singapore
Author /The Global Legal Post | Latest:
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Artificial Intelligence and Access to Justice: Hitting the Wall
Author Roger Smith/Law, Technology and Access to Justice: Two days ago, I attended The Artificial Intelligence in Legal Services summit to promote a Law Society report on algorithm use in the criminal justice system. The publication merits its own, later, post.
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YouTube Says ‘Gay Mexican’ Comment Doesn’t Violate Policy
Author William Vogeler, Esq./Technologist: It’s hard to say where YouTuber Steven Crowder is on the sexual-orientation, speech spectrum: conservative, right-wing, or homophobic? Learn more from FindLaw’s Technologist blog.
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Join Us in a Discussion on Leveraging In-House and Law Firm Technology to Achieve Value and Efficiency
Author /Corporate Counsel:  In-house counsel are being asked not just to do more with less, but to be better with less. This is putting extreme pressure on legal departments        
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With New Chatbot Track for Summer Associates, Wilson Sonsini Puts AI to the Test
Author /Law.com: As part of a new program, a group of summer associates at Wilson Sonsini is partnering with the firm’s senior attorneys and technical staff to create automated chatbots for clients to use.          
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