Legal Technology

Legal Technology

Purported bankruptcy survey is a virus, federal appeals court warns electronic filers

Legal Technology

Lawyer’s tech tools track litigation, predict chances of success before patent board

Cybersecurity

Feds say 1789 law requires Apple to help government get encrypted smartphone data

Asked and Answered

How can you use social media responsibly to promote your clients’ cases? (podcast with transcript)

Features

The ABA Journal Blawg 100

Features

2014 Blawg 100 Hall of Fame

Opening Statements

Hackers wanted: DC wants to build an open-source legal platform

Opening Statements

Law profs develop Supreme Court predictor to better understand court decisions

Ambrogi on Tech

Handy new ScanSnap iX100 mobile scanner works anywhere, with any device

Privacy Law

Judge unseals cellphone surveillance orders; deputy DA has ‘fervent hope’ convictions will stand

Business of Law

New website uses crowdfunding to finance lawsuits

Law Practice

Techno-Change-o: Paralegal, legal assistant duties expand

Opening Statements

Under the Hood: A new program at Hastings Law teaches students about startups

Opening Statements

Wipe Out: New app helps people expunge their records

Law Practice

Contracts 2.0: Technology rewires the drafting and reviewing of contracts

Marketing

Tracking Tools: These services help analyze your online efforts

Visual Law

In the Matrix: Clients get a colorful assessment of global risk

Law Practice

Security Test: Innovative lab checks digital products for privacy risks

Law Firms

Scheme to defraud Mayer Brown nets 27-month sentence for former employee

Business of Law

Avvo launches service providing on-demand legal advice for a fixed fee