Bob Ambrogi is the only person to have held top editorial positions at both National Law Journal andLawyers Weekly USA. He writes two nationally-recognized blogs, LawSites, covering new networking sites and technology for the legal profession, and MediaLaw, on freedom of the press. Ambrogi is a Massachusetts attorney representing clients at the intersection of law, media, and technology for his firm, The Law Office of Robert J. Ambrogi.
Bob Ambrogi and Andrew Arruda talk about how new technology and artificial intelligence can help legal research.
Technology is changing how we operate—and in legal, lawyers and firms that adapt will be the ones that succeed in the long run.
Bob Ambrogi examines the state of podcasting and legal blogging in 2019 and how influential these methods can still be.
Bob Ambrogi and Nerino Petro discuss what the most useful add-ins for Microsoft Word and Outlook are for the areas of security, productivity, and general purpose.
The most successful legal startups truly know their customers. Make sure you have a market before you launch your startup. And other tips from Bob Ambrogi and Andrew Arruda.
Bob Ambrogi recounts his unorthodox path towards legal journalism, as well as where he sees the legal industry heading.
Bob Ambrogi discusses cloud based practice management software and what lawyers should consider when choosing a program that is right for them.
There are so many features in Microsoft Office, it’s hard to imagine how additional add-ins could be necessary. But some of these integrated applications can specifically help lawyers. In this Special Report, Legal Talk Network producer Laurence Colletti interviews lawyers and legal technology experts Bob Ambrogi and Catherine Sanders Reach about Microsoft Office tips you...
In 2009, the American Bar Association created the Commission on Ethics 20/20 to examine in depth how changes in technology affect the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct. The commission made many recommendations and, most notably, the ABA modified Rule 1.1 regarding lawyer competence. In the new version, Rule 1.1 Comment 8 reads “To maintain...
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