Newest Issue - December 2005


The Top 10 in Tech

Dominating the news like the world-changer it is, technology was a major character in many of the year’s top news stories, from the subpoenaed e-mails and digital forensics that underlie many headline-grabbing court cases to the hacking of celebrity cell phones. New programs, old problems—technology remains be­hind them all.

Technology continues to work its way into and through the traditional practice of law. Since digital communications have taken over legal practice, lawyers can no longer assume that the old rules regarding issues like attorney-client privilege or document destruction apply.

This year’s top 10 list provides some snapshots of the challenges lawyers face and the technology that can help. Many changes are incremental, not enormous, but they still make a difference in how law is practiced today.


Ideas from the Front


Associates in the Trenches

Life Audit

Tech Audit

Career Audit

Above the Trees

Obiter Dicta

ABA Connection

President's Message

The National Pulse

McElhaney on Litigation

Solo Network

Corner Office

Your ABA

Report from Governmental Affairs

Executive Director's Report

Keeva on Life and Practice