General Legal Tech News
An honest discussion about how so much client intake software kinda sucks and how it's hurt adoption.
"AI, Pandas, and the Future of Law" Interesting take on the Arizona firm ownership law and other factors.
Microsoft teams, which may not have mattered much before COVID, matters now and can help with managing matters. Matter!
Firms are collaborating more and dealing with the remote work, but apparently this whole COVID situation sucks or something (read about a rise in burnout / morale issues).
"In many ways, managing your law practice is a lot like playing a game of Tetris." Don't worry, the article gets better from there.
Goodbye, Partner offices.
Ideas for boosting your defenses from actually qualified and non-biased cyber pros.
Do ransomware attacks kill people? Well, one at a hospital may have.
Big potential changes to the Computer Fraud and Abuse act (basically the hacking law in the US) from the Supreme Court.