Law Practice Management

Legal Technology

DUI firm will accept payments via Apple Pay

Law Firms

Reed Smith launches an Ebola task force

Law Libraries

Kaye Scholer says goodbye to old offices and 95 percent of its law books


EEOC probe of mandatory retirement at Deloitte has implications for law firms

Law Firms

Bingham managing partner says firm is exploring options, including remote possibility of bankruptcy


Is your firm’s phone line secure? If not, a hack attack can cost you big bucks

Tort Law

Bank sues attorney and others over $570K wired to Japan in alleged Internet fraud by ‘client’

Around the Blawgosphere

What do GCs really want from law firms? | Flat fees can help ensure you get paid, blogger writes

Legal Technology

Does using Gmail put attorney-client privilege at risk?


How can you protect your privacy following recent iPhone updates?

Sentencing / Post-Conviction

ABA, other legal organizations call for more volunteers for Clemency Project 2014

Asked and Answered

Do you have what it takes to be a rural lawyer? (podcast with transcript)

Around the Blawgosphere

What things do you consider before taking a case? | Bloggers review novel by ATL’s David Lat


How profitable are alternative fee arrangements, in practice?

National Pulse

Data-Driven: Latest highway technology speeds up info-gathering, but critics say it violates privacy

Cover Story

Too Many Lawyers? Not Here. In rural America, lawyers are few and far between

President's Message

Embracing Innovation: New commission will help the ABA establish justice for the 21st century

Opening Statements

In the Swim: Divers’ bar association helps preserve marine environment

Opening Statements

Real Property: Alabama attorney spends a year in Uganda helping to fight land grabs

National Pulse

Loosened Claws: Lawyers from dissolved firms may now keep clients, courts say