For two years in a row, Legal Services Corp. head Jim Sandman has spoken to Stanford University’s CodeX FutureLaw conference about a ranking of firms based not on profit or revenue, as The American Lawyer offers annually, but on technological innovation. The idea, as Sandman proposes it, is that firm technology adoption has the power to accelerate tech adoption across the whole legal industry, most necessarily around access to justice.

“Get The American Lawyer to rank law firms based on their use of technology. Publish it. Shame them. The rankings of law firms change behavior,” Sandman urged the crowd in 2016.

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