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Ed Walters delves into all things AI and discusses the ABA’s resolution urging a deeper study of AI’s legal and ethical issues.
Lance Johnson, contributing features editor of the ABA’s Law Practice magazine, gives an overview of recent articles in the magazine’s Big Ideas Issue.
The Digital Edge
Lucy Dillon and Nick Long of Reed Smith LLP discuss how modern law firms approach innovation and strategies for measuring the success of new projects.
Liz McCausland shares some of the professional and personal services she uses to improve both her work life and her personal life.
Stephen Poor discusses how the implementation of modern business process methodologies and relevant technology help law firms improve their practice and deliver better services to clients.
Dennis Kennedy and Tom Mighell explore the benefits of implementing personal quarterly off-sites.
Attorneys address process of obtaining social media evidence and common challenges with social media productions received from opposing parties.
The Insurance Law Podcast
Louie Balasny discusses how modern law firms can benefit from virtual bookkeeping software.
Gail Gottehrer explores the scope of the Internet of Things and gives an understanding of the privacy, security, and legal issues associated with IoT devices.
Diana Koppang, Jean O'Grady, Michael Sander, and Josh Becker survey the litigation analytics explored in their “super session” at the 2019 AALL Annual Meeting & Conference.
Ed Walters, Damien Riehl and Joshua Walker discuss how Joshua’s book, “On Legal AI” brings insights to innovators in the field through accessible storytelling grounded in fact-based research.
Dean Sonderegger, Steve Lastres, Gabe Teninbaum, and Catherine Monte examine ways to build the case for innovation in law firms and legal organizations.