It’s November; the holiday season is officially upon us! Before you throw yourself into holiday planning, traveling, and shopping, take a moment to relax and catch up on some tech articles that you may have missed while you were enjoying the last of the warm weather. Here are the Top 10 Posts from October!
“While the rest of the world has gone digital, lawyers are focused on making ‘electronic’ documents that still look and act like paper ones.”
“This software is a must-have tool for trial lawyers and anyone else that needs an archiving tool that protects chain of custody and eliminates any possibility of tampering with the evidence.”
Dive into the intricacies of case management software in this recent Industry Insight webinar, presented by Smokeball.
“By building software that’s compatible with many different software providers, Fujitsu makes it easy to fit many different workflows.”
In this episode of The Legal Toolkit, Jared Correia interviews Ryan Anderson, trial attorney and founder and CEO of Filevine, a project management and collaboration tool for lawyers, about email inefficiency and the future of communication in law offices.
“Legal hackathons are opportunities for lawyers to shape the future of the industry. If you are a lawyer who can code, then you absolutely must attend one. If you can’t code, then attend one anyway…”
Make tracking your time easier, more accurate, and completely mobile in this recent Industry Insight webinar, presented by Amicus Attorney.
“We fly planes on auto-pilot, new cars are increasingly full of driver assistance software, and smartphones and wearables aim to guide us in many ways… Siri, Google Now, and Cortana are but a few examples.”
“Imagine if Google charged a subscription fee and, on top of that, charged again each time you clicked a link in a page of search results. It would fail, of course. So why is this tolerable in the legal world?”
“Last century’s lawyers saw legal technology as something that aided the practice of law, but this century’s emerging lawyers realize that legal technology is the practice of law.”