Ethics, Technology, and Billing

[The following is cross-posted on Legal Ethics Forum.] Last week, John Steele linked to a Law.com article about D. Casey Flaherty, corporate counsel for Kia Motors, who uses an innovative technology audit of law firm

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Lawyering in an Age of Smart Machines

Should law students know computer programming?  Yes, says Suffolk Law Professor Marc Lauritsen, if they want to thrive in the new legal landscape. Marc Lauritsen is a lawyer with a mission.  By the end of

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The Future of Law

Frederic S. Ury JD’77, a renowned Connecticut trial attorney, often speaks on the future of the legal profession before lawyer groups all over the country. A big part of his message is a summary –

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Ethics, Technology, and Billing

[The following is cross-posted on Legal Ethics Forum.] Last week, John Steele linked to a Law.com article about D. Casey Flaherty, corporate counsel for Kia Motors, who uses an innovative technology audit of law firm

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Lawyering in an Age of Smart Machines

Should law students know computer programming?  Yes, says Suffolk Law Professor Marc Lauritsen, if they want to thrive in the new legal landscape. Marc Lauritsen is a lawyer with a mission.  By the end of

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The Future of Law

Frederic S. Ury JD’77, a renowned Connecticut trial attorney, often speaks on the future of the legal profession before lawyer groups all over the country. A big part of his message is a summary –

By |March 26th, 2013|Categories: News|Comments Off on The Future of Law