Legal Technology

Criminal Justice

DA says smartphones should block texting behind wheel, wants insurance discounts for such devices

Asked and Answered

How do you provide client hand-holding if you run a virtual firm? (podcast with transcript)

Cover Story

Legal Rebels 2014

Features

Looking back on Zubulake, 10 years later

Practice Ideas

Akerman takes time to find new ideas for client service

Venture Capital

Investors sharpen focus on legal services

Judiciary

Pacer deletes older case files for four appeals courts; compatibility issues cited

Legal Technology

‘Hackcess to Justice’ winners look to increase the reach of their apps

Law Scribbler

Hackathon winners look to increase the reach of their apps

Annual Meeting

You don’t need perfect tech knowhow for ethics’ sake—but a reasonable grasp is essential

Annual Meeting

Legal hackers use coding to help users navigate law’s intricacies and find solutions

Annual Meeting

Winning apps in ‘Hackcess to Justice’ help write wills, navigate disasters and calculate jail time

Annual Meeting

Are old ethics rules stifling innovations in legal services delivery and marketing?

Annual Meeting

Lawyers offer tips on how to adapt to the ongoing disruption in the legal market

Legal Technology

‘Hackcess to Justice’ teams will devise new tech to improve access to justice

Law Practice

Latest legal victory has LegalZoom poised for growth

Technology

CRM software providers automate updates; law firms make money

Law By the Numb#rs

Firms keep a tight rein on employees’ mobile access to networks

Bar Exam

Barmageddon? Bar exam takers in multiple states can’t upload tests; deadlines extended

U.S. Supreme Court

Law prof claims computer model predicts SCOTUS decisions with 70% accuracy