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The Future of Law: Old-Fashioned Client Relationships and Warnings for Solos

New technology will drive the future of law back to the customer service era of your grandfather. However, clients are being aided by Facebook, Twitter, weblogs and reviews posted on…

5th Annual Beer for Blawggers at ABA Techshow

Join the ABA Journal and LexBlog for the fifth year of celebrating law blogging and law bloggers at our 5th Annual Beer for Blawggers meet up Friday evening…

Setting Standards: Group Aims for Goals for Technology Use by Attorneys

Moving in the Cloud: ABA Conference Displays How Technology Changes Practice

Law of Code: Regulation Needs New Direction, Lessig Says

ABA Techshow Presentations with Tips, Sites for Lawyers Are Online

Last month, we reported some of the digital tricks and interesting websites that lawyers should know, ones shared by panelists at the popular ABA Techshow sessions titled May 23, 2011 9:34 PM CDT

What Was Your First Computer?

This week, the 25th annual ABA Techshow took place in Chicago. In an effort to party like it was 1986, a technology museum of sorts was set up for the…

Law Practice Tips and Tricks Entertain a Crowd in 1 Hour

One of the most popular ABA Techshow programs is the fast-paced 60 Sites in 60 Minutes that surveys the latest in legal Web resources, along with some…

Don’t Feel Left Out—There’s Still a Lot of Blackberry Love in Law Offices

For those lawyers who are crazy about their crackberries, yet secretly long for the functionality of the iPad—say hello to the BlackBerry PlayBook.

The market’s latest tablet made a surprise…

Mind Mapping Lets Lawyer Thoughts Flow in a Visual Way

Looking for a new way of thinking about your next big case or contract? You might want to try mind mapping it.

Mind mapping, for the uninitiated, uses software to…

Experts Offer Tips for Safe Flying in the Cloud

Cloud computing—the act of using software and storing data on the Internet versus a private computer—is an innovation of exploding popularity, and why not? It can boost efficiency, improve work…

Digital Tricks Every Lawyer Should Know

Updated: Efficiency, organization and ways to save money (Hint: Stop buying toner and paper!) were the top aims of panelists Andy Adkins, Michael Morse and Nerino Petro at the popular…

In a Google World, Lots of Options for Law Practice Efficiency

Sometimes it seems to be a Google world, and the wealth of tools and applications there (beyond search and Gmail) can help lawyers practice more efficiently and effectively.

The offerings…

Regulators Ignoring Internet’s Real Effects, Lessig Says, and Free Exchange Suffers

Although patently obvious to innovators like Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, Napster’s Sean Parker and IP geolocation pioneer Cyril Houri, most regulators refuse to accept that the Internet has fundamentally changed the…

Lawyers Who Ignore Social Media Equal to Cavemen Who Refuse to Hunt, Techshow Duo Says

“Social media is to marketing what email is to business communication.” This bold analogy on the importance of building an online network of relationships underscored the discussion of co-presenters Robert…

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