Legal Technology

Opening Statements

Florida company offers 3D printing for demonstrative evidence

E-Discovery

Courts and judges embrace predictive coding, but is it really fixing discovery?

Big Data

Small firms are using data tools for analysis, too

Kennedy on Tech

Which apps are must-haves? It depends on your practice

Government Law

Delaware lifts ban on smiling for camera on driver’s license photos

Cybersecurity

After Sony hack attack, companies are curtailing email use and storage

Legal Technology

Spoofers are using BigLaw firm names in phishing expeditions

Legal Technology

Lawyers could use Word and Outlook to manage docs with new product reportedly nearing launch

Legal Technology

Law firm builds high-tech office to guard client secrets

Features

Does the UK know something we don’t about alternative business structures?

Features

2005-2014: Technology changes the rules

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