Legal Technology

Criminal Justice

North Dakota legalizes weaponized drones for police use

Legal Technology

Corporate legal departments are more likely than others to click on phishing emails, study finds

Evidence

This dog helped sniff out porn evidence against Jared Fogle

Evidence

Federal judiciary considers dumping ‘ancient documents’ rule

Evidence

Police lack policies for use of facial recognition on suspects, NY Times says

The New Normal

Learn how to balance efficiency with your level of service—or miss opportunities

Legal Technology

In potential job threat to associates, ‘artificially intelligent attorney’ gets BigLaw gig

Legal Marketing & Consulting

Early adopters take new .law domains

Annual Meeting

Avvo founder tells lawyers to ‘get rid of UPL’ if they want innovation and access to justice

Annual Meeting

Disruptive innovators try to convince skeptical attorneys of the need to collaborate

Ambrogi on Tech

3 new products to help with client intake

Law Scribbler

ABA summit discusses new paths for providing legal services

Cybersecurity

2 groups seek to solve law firms’ security issues

Legal Technology

Meet ROSS, ‘the world’s first artificially intelligent attorney’

Legal Technology

Is file-sharing software the solution to evidence ‘blame game’ in DA’s office?

Legal Technology

Avvo raises another $71.5M to fund continued expansion

Legal Technology

Law firms can block hackers with ‘known good’ use of digital documents, expert says

Legal Technology

Arbitration website hack is likely the work of Chinese hackers, cyberthreat group says

Internet Law

Judge delays civil trial because of lawyer’s Facebook post

Legal Technology

Contesting a traffic ticket? Getting divorced? Some jurisdictions use software to resolve the issues