Law Technology Today

Law Technology Today
Law Technology Today is the official legal technology blog from the ABA Legal Technology Resource Center (LTRC). Law Technology Today provides lawyers and other legal professionals with current, practical and innovative content developed by some of the leading voices on legal technology.

Watch: A 6-Step Guide to Better Legal Bookkeeping

It seems like whenever you talk to a lawyer who works in a small law firm, they view their firm’s bookkeeping and accounting as a perennial headache. Although the process can be challenging, this doesn’t have to be the case. In this video, you’ll discover how a few simple steps and the implementation of some modern best-practices can be an ...

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Legal Project Management: How to Make it Actually Work

According to a recent Altman Weil report, 94% of legal professionals surveyed felt that improved practice efficiency would be a permanent trend moving forward. How are legal teams looking to create greater efficiencies? Well, a tremendous amount of traction in the legal community has begun to center around becoming more efficient via legal project management. Legal Project Management is simply ...

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A 6-Step Guide to Better Legal Bookkeeping

It seems like whenever you talk to a lawyer who works in a small law firm, they view their firm’s bookkeeping and accounting as a perennial headache. Although the process can be challenging, this doesn’t have to be the case. In A 6-Step Guide to Better Legal Bookkeeping, you’ll discover how a few simple steps and the implementation of some modern best-practices ...

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Watch: Ethics and Social Media in Court

Like the rest of the population, lawyers can find themselves spending considerable amounts of time online and on social media platforms. Additionally, like all of us, they can make serious mistakes on these platforms, including malpractice, ethical breaches subject to discipline, breach of fiduciary duty, and monetary damages. In this video, attorney Claude Ducloux, director of education, ethics, and compliance ...

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