Software built for lawyers by lawyers — a number of legal tech startups have recently etched this on their marketing sandwich boards. And, a recent thought-provoking post on Lawyerist.com suggested the underlying problem with legal technology is that there aren’t enough lawyers actually employed by companies in the legal tech space.
Nearly a decade after we moved our eDiscovery platform to Amazon Web Services, making it accessible from anywhere without expensive infrastructure, it’s become increasingly common for law firms to manage their clients’ data in the cloud.
Yesterday, leaders from six legal cloud computing providers – known collectively as the Legal Cloud Computing Association – released … Read More ›
As a litigator, you may view eDiscovery is a necessary evil; and discovery software as a basic and necessary remedy. The use of document review software has become ubiquitous at law firms of every size, and most teams are leaning on technology in some way to organize data and automate repetitive tasks. But can technology … Read More ›
eDiscovery: It’s the perfect storm of “legalese”-meets-”techno-babble,” causing otherwise intelligent professionals to perpetuate some of the least helpful jargon known to humankind.
With so many twisted creations to choose from, we asked these four legal tech influencers about the word or phrase they’d most like to bury in 2016.
Q: Which terrible legal tech buzzword will finally … Read More ›