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Category Archive for: Legal Technology

Must Lawyers Supervise the Robots? (The Legal Ethics of AI)

Do lawyers have an ethical duty to supervise artificial intelligence (AI) if they use it? Indeed they do.

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UPDATED: Lawyers’ Duty of Technology Competence By State [Infographic]

Most states now require attorneys to keep up with technology as part of the duty of competent representation.

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Do You Like Podcasts? We do too!

Introducing the Technically Legal Podcast-- a podcast about legal tech and changes to the legal industry and the practice of law.

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The Dashboard Difference

The use of dashboards for document reviews and other legal matters helps streamline work, gives insight into data, and can help stay on budget.

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It’s 10pm. Do You Know Where Your Client’s Legal Ops Are?

Law firm awareness of changes to in-house legal operations has been slow to catch on, but outside counsel can only benefit if they start paying attention.

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Time for a Legal Ops Overhaul? Some Places to Start

Legal ops professionals offer tips on where to begin the overhaul of your organization's legal operations workflows and processes.

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6 Things We Learned About Legal Tech & E-Discovery in 2016

Six developments in legal technology and e-discovery law from 2016.

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The Legal Ethics of Cloud Computing & SaaS

When utilizing cloud computing and SaaS, ethical rules require lawyers to protect client confidences and conduct due diligence into cloud services used.

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Determining Return on Investment for E-Discovery Projects

With the help of Kelly Twigger, Principal of ESI Attorneys, we offer a couple examples of how to track ROI on e-discovery projects.

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Tracking Return on Investment for Legal Technology Purchases

The next in a series about legal spend and e-discovery metrics. This installment offers ideas about tracking ROI on the use of technology in legal practice.

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