The Center for Legal Informatics, aka CodeX, schools entrepreneurs determined to restructure the practice of law.
One thing we know for sure: Lawyers are embracing mobile devices in 2013 — and that's pushing a whole lot of change in legal organizations.
Big Law must adopt corporate business structures and priorities to thrive in the New Normal.
Judge Robert Miller Jr. ratifies bold e-discovery gamble to use predictive coding despite objections.
Nothing draws a crowd of lawyers like the chance to listen to prominent judges talk about e-discovery.
Personally identifiable information was hiding in plain sight in the Enron data sets.
Yes, if integration with Outlook and document management systems is key.
Keep an eye on VDO360 — it took the Best Startup Company award at the Interop Conference for its new USB high-definition video camera.
An argument for why Google's operating system is the better choice for lawyers.
Sean Doherty says Daniel Siegel's new book is a good buy at $40 for lawyers to get up to speed quickly.
Drafting tool helps speed document creation.
Scanning business cards is easy, but integrating into Microsoft's Outlook can be a challenge especially for lawyers who use Apple computers.
Redefining the practice of law by inventing new technology, one startup at a time.
New upgrades to research tools, including Fastcase, Lexis Practice Advisor, and two new Navigators.
John Cleaves offers survival tips for litigation support staff who find themselves sudden occupants of the courtroom's "hot seat."
Ted Brooks offers five important rules to follow when you are in charge of trial technology.
Two apps provide just about everything you need to know about the Supreme Court.
When counsel hammer out agreed search terms, does that define the process?
Hitting 50? You've only just begun to fully exploit your legal technology education and career opportunities.
Cisco systems converts its Code of Business Conduct to an e-book so its 73,000 employees get quick advice.
Viewabill is designed to bring transparency to billing, so clients can track costs of work in progress, day by day.
At ABA Techshow, an established practice management vendor launches an unexpected suite of marketing tools.
Pen and paper signatures in the digital age? Such madness must cease!