ABA Journal

Legal Rebels Profiles

e-Sign on the Dotted Line: When it comes to using generative AI and contracts, the devil is in the details


Along with drafting and reviewing, generative AI can leverage contract datasets for strategic insights to help mitigate risk and negotiate, manage and assess contracts.

Age of e-Discovery: Generative AI could revolutionize e-discovery—but buyer beware


Typically cautious with new technology, attorneys are dipping their toes into “a sea change” of new generative artificial intelligence tools for e-discovery.

Rewiring Entry: How AI could blur the borders of immigration law


When veteran immigration lawyer Greg Siskind used a beta version of Casetext’s artificial intelligence legal assistant CoCounsel for research in a class action lawsuit, it was a “light bulb” moment for him.

How patent lawyer Raj Abhyanker developed a $8.5M book of business with Trademarkia

: Engineering Change

Patent Attorney, Legal Force, Palo Alto, California

Gerald Abila's Barefoot Law helps Ugandans use smartphones to learn about their legal rights



Barefoot Law


Kampala, Uganda

Ken Adams: Word Miser

: Educating lawyers to be better writers

Founder and President, Adams Contracts Consulting, Garden City, New York

Legal writing pro is helping teach AI to draft contracts (podcast)

Founder and President


Adams Contracts Consulting


Long Island, New York

'You can't incarcerate away drug problems,' says Ann Aiken, who proposed a tech tool for parolees

Chief judge


U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon


Eugene, Oregon

Ryan Alshak: Keeping time so you don’t have to


Ryan Alshak





Berkeley, California

For Linda Alvarez, 'Attorney' Doesn't Have to Equal 'Adversary'

: Agreeing Advocate

Solo practitioner, Half Moon Bay, California

Robert Ambrogi's blog points lawyers to tech's opportunities (podcast)


Denise Annunciata: Paralegal Power

: Offering paralegal work online

Founder, Virtual Paralegal Services, Boston, Massachusetts

Frank Aquila: Free Talker

: Pushing back the curtain through media of all types

Partner, Sullivan & Cromwell, New York, New York

Salt Lake City firm Open Legal Services operates as a nonprofit, keeping hourly rates low


Making Hay the Nonprofit Way



Open Legal Services


Salt Lake City, Utah

Alma Asay: Couch surfer stays on track for CEO success


Alma Asay

founder and CEO


Allegory Law


Tech skills are no harder to learn than driving, says e-discovery expert Craig Ball (podcast)

New Orleans, Louisiana

Maurits Barendrecht: Justice for the World

: Justice for the World

Director, Hague Institute for the Internationalization of Law , South Holland, Netherlands

Ralph Baxter: The Re-Engineer

: Restructuring a major law firm

CEO and chairman, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, San Francisco, California

From consulting to politics, former Orrick CEO continues to beat the drum for change

former chairman and CEO




Technology is 'breathtakingly positive,' says writer Monica Bay (podcast)

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