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Women of Legal Tech: Gabriela Isturiz
Author Caroline Hill/Legal IT Insider: Don’t miss Monica Bay’s profile of one of our favourite women in legal tech, Gabriela Isturiz, co-founder and president of Bellefield Systems, who also co-founded eBillingHub.
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Legal Tech Conferences Need To Improve Diversity in Speakers and Panelists
Author Kevin O’Keefe/Real Lawyers: I am becoming more and more cognizant of the diversity of legal conference panels – especially tech and innovation conferences.   Sadly, diversity when it comes to the inclusion of women on panels is lacking. This
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Think about this – Children younger than 14 may no longer have smartphones in Germany!
Author Peter S. Vogel/ Internet, IT & e-Discovery Blog The Washington Post reported reasons to restrict use of smartphones from a German child psychology expert and adviser “Just as we protect children from alcohol or other drugs, we should also
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At Inspire Legal, collaboration and education stand out as pressing problems of the legal industry
Author Caroline Hill/Legal IT Insider: Following Legaltech19, ALT and Inspire Legal there is a big focus on legal conferences and the value they offer, or don’t. Alma Asay, chief innovation officer, legal solutions at Integreon, gives her appraisal of the
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AI Needs to Become Less Elitist
Author Kriti Sharma/HBR.org: Starting with how we teach technology in grade school.
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Top UK Insurance & Commercial Law Firm BLM Chooses iManage RAVN Extract to More Accurately Predict Claims Costs and Outcomes
Author /Legal Technology News – Legal IT Professionals | Everything legal technology: iManage, the company dedicated to transforming how professionals work, today announced that BLM LLP – a leading insurance risk and commercial law firm based in the UK and
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For ALT, It’s Second Conference Was A Reckoning
Author Bob Ambrogi/LawSites: In 2017, a group of longtime and prominent members of the International Legal Technology Association, unhappy with the association’s direction, broke off and formed an alternative, the Association of Legal Technologists. At the time, nQueue CEO Rick
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Logic Programming Associates joins Barclays Eagle Labs incubator
Author Caroline Hill/Legal IT Insider: The team that created the first Prolog system for small machines and co-founded leading document automation platform Contract Express have joined the Barclays Eagle Labs lawtech incubator in Notting Hill, London. Logic Programming Associates (LPA),
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Weightmans secures government grant for AI and data project that will transform legal services
Author /Legal Technology News – Legal IT Professionals | Everything legal technology: National law firm Weightmans and software developers Frontier Labs have secured six figure government funding for a research development project that will transform the legal services Weightmans supplies
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As Congress Turns to Reinsurance, Reinsurance Turns to Technology
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology As climate change poses escalated disaster risk, more and more countries are turning to the reinsurance sector for risk transfer protection. At the same time, the reinsurance sector is turning to
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“I Knew You Were Trouble”: The Privacy Challenges of Artificial Intelligence and Facial Recognition Technology
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology In 2019, a civilization without artificial intelligence (AI) seems unheard of. Self-driving cars, smart bots on Jeopardy!, and automated drones are becoming integrated into the everyday lives of individuals worldwide. In
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Escalating Deregulation: Acting EPA Administrator Issues Letter Proposing Ease on Mercury Rule
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology On December 28, 2018, the Acting Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Andrew R. Wheeler signed a notice, in response to the United States Supreme Court decision in Michigan v. EPA, announcing
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