Legal Technology

Legal Technology

DUI firm will accept payments via Apple Pay

Cybersecurity

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

Legal Technology

Does using Gmail put attorney-client privilege at risk?

Cybersecurity

How can you protect your privacy following recent iPhone updates?

National Pulse

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

President's Message

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

Law Scribbler

After playing his ACES, GC Jeffrey Carr sits out a round

Kennedy on Tech

Enjoy the View: Presentation function helps you put on a better show

Solos & Small Firms

On the Air: Webcast site is good for drumming up business

Your ABA

They’re No Hacks: Technology takes center stage as a tool to improve access to justice

Judiciary

Texas justice is probably America’s most avid judicial Tweeter; is it unseemly?

Legal Rebels Profile

Gerald Abila’s Barefoot Law helps Ugandans use smartphones to learn about their legal rights

Legal Rebels Profile

Ronald Deibert’s ‘CSI of cyberspace’ exposes global injustice and promotes cybersecurity

Business of Law

Solving legal problems will take multidisciplinary help, says Richard Susskind

Legal Technology

New partnership between Clio and Fastcase offers integrated legal research and time tracking

Legal Rebels

Emma Greenwood helps the defense bar integrate tech—and levels the criminal justice playing field

Legal Rebels Profile

Canada’s Colin Lachance is blazing a ‘new frontier for free legal information’

Law Practice Management

Should partners lose their couches and corner offices? Paul Hastings considers changes

Legal Rebels Profile

Wevorce CEO Michelle Crosby is shaking up the adversarial divorce process

The New Normal

Attorneys who can address clients’ operational problems as well as their legal ones have an edge