BigLaw's dilemma: How do we keep our own lawyers from sabotaging security systems?
Should BigLaw pay more attention to personnel distress?
Expert researchers combine human and computer skills to get best search results.
Research for a law review article grew into a trove of state secrets.
Technology has made suppression of speech impossible.
There are not a lot of mobile printer options, but enough to choose one to fit your needs.
Google's beta Cr-48 notebook disappoints an earthbound lawyer.
Technology was crucial to vindicate Bloody Sunday victims.
Who's flying around the friendly sky?
CEO Robert Ruyak blames EDD vendors as factor in firm's demise.
Is it time to switch your priorities to maximize benefits of tools?
New QR codes can add websites, bios, PowerPoint presentations, and more to your business cards.
The dual challenges of social media.
Courts send mixed messages about social media.
New scanners can help roaming professionals capture key data.
Living smart with new phones and amazing apps.
Eight ideas to help the judiciary make wise technology decisions when facing severe budget cuts.
Baker Donelson says Frontline Performance Intelligence helps diagnose application slowdowns or crashes.
Single drive imaging can be a ministerial task when performed by a reasonably competent person.
WilmerHale and Silverstein split costs and benefits of energy efficiencies.
Winston & Strawn creates a database of case data about convicts who were exonerated by DNA.
The American Bar Association revamps its primary website and shutters another.