Sunday, January 4, 2015

Robert Ambrogi's 10 most significant legal tech developments of 2014

When Mr. Ambrogi speaks, lawyers and legal skills profs should listen.  From his always informative Law Sites blog:

  1. Legal research “rebels” join the establishment.
  2. ‘Legal Hacking’ is no longer an oxymoron.
  3. Encryption becomes essential. (And backup is even more important.  Just check this out! – jbl).
  4. Businesses and technology are changing the nature of law practice.
  5. Docket searching is the new black.
  6. Human + Machine > Human
  7. Your father’s legal directory is dead.
  8. Practice management goes wide.
  9. Innovation and disruption become the norm.
  10. The justice gap becomes a primary driver of innovation

Read the full description of each of these key development here.

(jbl).

https://lawprofessors.typepad.com/legal_skills/2015/01/robert-ambrogis-10-most-significant-legal-tech-developments-of-2014.html

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