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Daunting No More: Locating Public Records Resources on the Web

Google and other Web search engines are useful for locating the ever-growing plethora of public record resources on the Internet, but a new database from BRB is even better and makes this task less daunting than trying to figure out … Continue reading

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Trends and Players in the Legal AI World

Since my last post, Artificially Intelligent Lawyers, Oh My! a lot has happened in the world of artificial intelligence technology (AI). In this post, we’ll explore the uses, latest developments, advantages of AI adoption by law firms, and take a … Continue reading

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A Smattering of Productivity Apps

TripDeck is a free iOS app for managing travel plans which allows you to add all of your travel information to “trip cards” including hotel reservations, car rentals, flights, restaurants, meetings and more.  The app gives you easy access to flight check-in times, … Continue reading

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So You Want to Blog: Now What??

If you can type, you can blog! Modern blogging interfaces are very user-friendly, making the decision to start blogging an easy one. Not so simple may be the task of deciding which blogging platform to use. There are many good … Continue reading

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New Search Technologies Prove Firms Must Embrace Mobile

Mobile is clearly the future. In fact, by the end of this year, it’s estimated that 25-30% of all web searching will be done from mobile devices. What does this mean for the legal business? The answer is clear: law firms … Continue reading

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