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Good Billing Habits: What They Don’t Teach You In Law School

From the initial consultation through final billing process, it is imperative that attorneys develop good habits in keeping, reporting, and billing your time. To ensure on-time payments, we will discuss current trends in the legal industry, including online payments and the LawPay solution. Join us: Wednesday, February 17th 1:00pm – 1:30pm ET Free Registration Learn…

The Future of Law Firms: Will AI Replace Young Attorneys and Paralegals?

Technology seems to be making its way into every facet of the business world, from accounting to payroll to lead management. Professionals assume the meat of their jobs could never be replaced by technology. A computer could never provide psychiatric counseling, it might seem, since the subtle nuances of human communication can’t be performed by a piece…

Open Source Security Issues: Next on the Radar for General Counsels

According to the Black Duck 2015 Future of Open Source Survey, 78 percent of companies use significant amounts of open source software in their development,and that percentage is steadily rising. While license compliance continues to be top of mind for many lawyers, a related issue—the potential security implications of increased open source usage—is also now…

Rebuttal: Lawyer as Word Processor

Second of a two-part series on the Suffolk/Flaherty Legal Tech Assessment. In this post, Casey Flaherty, creator of the Legal Tech Audit, argues for the importance of testing lawyers on technology competence, and word processing skills. It is ever so convenient to address real problems via theoretical solutions. While my good friend Dan concedes that, in reality, “lawyers’…

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