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Lisa Solomon

Lisa Solomon was one of the first lawyers to recognize and take advantage of the technological advances that make outsourcing...

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Victor Li

Victor Li is the legal affairs writer for the ABA Journal. Previously he was a reporter for Law Technology News, the American...

Plenty of lawyers hate to do legal research: It can be tedious and time-consuming, and one mistake can tank an entire case. For lawyers of a certain generation, the very sight of those two-toned, musty-smelling books that all look the same is enough to fill them with dread. For younger lawyers, electronic resources can be just as intimidating and mystifying. Luckily for Lisa Solomon, she loves that kind of work.

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Published: May 10, 2017
Podcast: ABA Journal: Legal Rebels
Category: Best Legal Practices
ABA Journal: Legal Rebels
ABA Journal: Legal Rebels

In depth interviews with innovative pioneers in the legal profession.

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