Legal Technology


The biggest hurdle for lawyers with disabilities: preconceptions

Letters to the Editor

Letters: Research Angels

Business of Law

‘Hackathon’ movement may jump-start a legal career

Kennedy on Tech

Speech recognition moves past the dream stage


‘Ransomware’ software attacks stymie law firms


Low-cost e-discovery services target small firms, simpler cases


Four law schools participate in residency program with legal tech firm

Legal Technology

App records cop during drunken-driving stops, will call a lawyer if not shut off in 45 minutes

Legal Marketing

Leaders of top 15 most profitable law firms aren’t on Twitter

Law Scribbler

What will lawyers be doing in 5 to 10 years?

Law Scribbler

It’s a mobile world—embrace digital marketing and learn Google’s secrets, Lawyernomics speakers say

Law Schools

Dean Watch: Legal innovator to head Suffolk, first woman to lead Cardozo

Law Scribbler

How should you reboot your legal marketing? Lawyernomics speakers will explore

Law Scribbler

Legal innovation summit attendees are long on ideas but short in data

Law Scribbler

True innovation in the legal industry requires outside views and thinking, summit speakers say

Law Scribbler

Summit on legal innovation in legal services gets underway in Silicon Valley

Legal Technology

ACLU app allows Californians to record and preserve videos of police civil-rights violations

Business of Law

Feds go electronic on payments for indigent representation

Business of Law

Clearspire is dead, but its technology lives on

Opening Statements

Tech-based problem-solving movement spreads to lawyers