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Law firms are notoriously averse to change and technology, but who is to blame? Is it lawyers themselves, senior management, or the CIO and Legal IT staff?
After a record-setting year in 2013, the pace of US law firm mergers carries on unabated, with 22 deals announced as of April 2014. So with potential merger activity in your firm's future, how does IT best prepare?
According to ILTA's new Legal Technology Future Horizons report, learning to love IT will be the most difficult emotional shift for lawyers in the next decade. Jeff Brandt explores the role of fear and deficiencies in Legal IT adoption.
It is said that law firm users can only use maybe 20% of the IT tools given to them. So imagine what cost savings and efficiencies could be uncovered if they knew how to use more. Jeff Brandt outlines the benefits of IT training in law firms.
Forward-thinking law firms are revolutionizing the way corporate minute books are managed, moving the process online to achieve greater efficiency and collaboration with their clients.
Back in March of 2012 I had some very harsh things to say about law firm security in my post, When Good Enough - Isn't. I tried a humorous tact, providing "helpful" suggestions for Responses to a Breach of Client Data.
As legal technologies advance, and attorney expectations increase, law firms will need to implement dramatic changes in how they deliver IT services.
Greetings from hot and sunny Nashville! The first official day of the ILTA 2011 Rev-elation Conference got off to a great start with 1200 participants in attendance. For those who aren’t familiar, ILTA’s annual conference is a great event that brings together...
In 2009, the American Bar Association established the ABA Commission on Ethics 20/20. The stated purpose of the Commission is to “perform a thorough review of the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct and the U.S. system of lawyer regulation in...
In recent weeks, much has been said about the future of legal blogging. In early September, Bob Ambrogi kicked off the discussion by proclaiming that legal blogging is far from dead. Scott Greenfield then chimed in, noting that although legal blogging...