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Is it Wise to Bury Your Head in the Sand? 3 ABA Tech Competence Rules Suggest No!

An Ostrich has good reason to “bury” it’s head in the sand, and not because it’s frightened or trying to avoid something. So unless you’re an ostrich who purposefully “buries” their head in the sand, doing so is risky and … Continue reading

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Artificially Intelligent Lawyers, Oh My!

A few months back in my Robots Replacing Attorneys? post mention was made of the app Fixed that has successfully assisted individuals appeal traffic tickets. The latest development is its acquisition by LawGix, a law firm that is also part … Continue reading

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Robots Replacing Attorneys?

Lately the blogosphere has been ablaze with articles discussing the potential demise of legal professionals due to advances in technology. Take for example this story about how a young man developed a robot that has appealed $3 million in parking … Continue reading

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AI: Artificial Intelligence v. Attorney Intelligence

In Debunking 3 Legal Technology Myths the writer states “technology is usually not about becoming a better lawyer – that’s what CLEs and mentors are for. Technology is about running a more effective law business using shortcuts.” While using technology … Continue reading

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3 Apps Worth Exploring

iTimeKeep delivers on its tag line of “Simple, Elegant, Everywhere” in keeping up with your time entry on your smart phone, tablet, desktop and iWatch no matter where you are. Enter your time via voice to text or manually. Even … Continue reading

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Caveat Emptor: Risks of “Free” Legal Information

It is human nature to love free stuff! However, it’s not necessarily likely for people to recognize that what appears “free” often comes with a few caveats. In Free Legal Information is Not Risk Free Jean O’Grady succinctly unpacks a … Continue reading

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How to Make Presentations Pop: 6 Mobile Apps

PowerPoint has been around since the early 1990’s, and while it is sufficient for presentations, it’s popularity is waning. Myriad newer, cooler, and all around better applications (including one from Microsoft itself) exist making it easy to create, edit, and … Continue reading

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