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Legal Technology

Some attorneys are using ChatGPT to help them practice more efficiently

Your Voice

On Better Terms: What should we do with ‘nonlawyer’?

Legal Rebels Profile

Thought Leader: Natalie Anne Knowlton’s research has provided an important foundation for regulatory reform efforts

Access to Justice

Nonlawyer-owned alternative legal services provider receives Arizona’s approval to integrate with a law firm


Ethics opinion addresses lawyers’ ‘passive investment’ in firms in jurisdictions allowing alternative business structures


50 startup tips to get your practice off the ground

ABA Techshow

Permitting alternative business structures could spur tech innovation, Arizona justice says

Legal Rebels

Utah became first state to change ethics regulations to allow for alternative business structures

Legal Rebels

Citing access to justice, Arizona decided to embrace controversial alternative business structures

Cover Story

2021 Legal Rebels: Meet 10 legal professionals who are courting change

Year in Review

Relax with our favorite long reads of 2020

Legal Rebels Podcast

Deloitte is monitoring regulatory reforms but is focused on growing new practice


Will the COVID-19 pandemic fundamentally remake the legal industry?

Legal Rebels Podcast

Legal reform advocates need to more actively engage the public

Practice Management

Utah’s high court proposes nonlawyer ownership of law firms and wide-ranging reforms

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50 ways to market your practice


DC Bar considers relaxing its already-lenient rules to allow nonlawyer ownership of law firms

Your Voice

Why you should insist on diversity in your law practice

Your Voice

Reframing value: A new paradigm for law firm compensation

Law Firms

BigLaw firm gets UK approval for nonlawyer partners and outside investment


Political unrest, violence have forced millions to migrate and seek protection of the rule of law

Marked for Life

Formerly incarcerated people are building their own businesses and giving others second chances

Cover Story

Some law schools offer tech programs to help students find jobs, but does it work?

Cover Story

Other People’s Money: Rise of litigation finance companies raises legal and ethical concerns

Business of Law

KPMG aims to employ 3,000 lawyers within the next few years

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