General Legal Tech News
Clio's legal trends report captures interesting law firm tech trends from 2020. Fair warning: Clio mostly works with small and mid-sized firms, but it's still interesting.
New legaltech software / tool directory that looks pretty cool; has a "graveyard" section for lost and acquired tech. Depending on who did the acquiring, it might be "lost" too!
4-step guide on introducing legal tech to your firm. Bonus: not written by a vendor. Extra bonus: actually pretty good content. Sad: It will still do nothing to move that one partner that always kills new initiatives.
Some law firms are going from multiple building floors to one. And others say, "Get back in the office, we've got a few more years on this lease." On the other hand, corporations are aiming for July 2021 as a return to offices.
Law firm software Clio says stuff about using data to fix diversity in law, or something. This is legal news, apparently.
When your partner conference costs $2.5M to hold, COVID is just a nice excuse to cancel it I guess.
Here's a great article to try to sneak into an internal newsletter on how to report phishing (don't forward the email!).
Let's put our hands together for Seyfarth, whose security team really earned their paycheck last weekend when they staved off an aggressive ransomware attack.
Three great cybersecurity resources from truly the best weekly legal/cyber columnist, Sharon D. Nelson: 1. a ransomware guide; 2. NIST next-gen security controls guide; 3. and the CISA essential telework toolkit.