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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?
Can Lawyers Learn to Love IT?

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 the time of year for reflection, projections and resolutions. What was 2013 like? What will we do in 2014? What kind acts can we promise to do, or what self-improvements can we instigate? 2013 was an interesting year. I think 2014 promises to...

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.

I was part of a panel presenting at the ILTA educational conference in Las Vegas last month. Our subject, for the second year in a row was, "What's New and Cool in Emerging Technologies?" We talked about all the obligatory subject matter: Windows 8, advancements in eDiscovery, Office 365 and the cloud, the latest in mobile devices and a variety of other things. It was a fun subject and well received. But let me say, it's not just about the technology.
7 Big Data Techniques That Create Business Value

Part 1 of our Big Data series focused on whether big data was right for your business, and provided some examples of how big data is being used in the enterprise. In Part 2, we’ll now discuss how to actually adopt...

As legal technologies advance, and attorney expectations increase, law firms will need to implement dramatic changes in how they deliver IT services.
A Career In Investment Banking: Worth The Investment?

Each year, thousands of the brightest minds, from the world’s best schools, decide venture into the world of investment banking. Entering the competitive world of high finance has some clear advantages; great pay, high-profile deals and phenomenal training. However, its definitely not for...

Disappointing results from a recent inspection report by the Canadian Public Accountability Board (CPAB) are driving audit firms to find new solutions that challenge the traditional audit process. The CPAB, which oversees the work of Canadian audit firms, said it was “disappointed”...

The Globe and Mail reported on April 6 2011 that four top law firms had fallen victim to cyber attacks originating from China:  Major law firms fall victim to cyber attacks The attacks were aimed at stealing sensitive data related to high...