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  • Practice management software vendor Clio has posted a handy overview of some of the ways lawyers can work remotely. For lawyers looking for more detailed information, we are offering a free one-hour program detailing hardware, software, and security issues lawyers should be aware of if they are considering a short- or long-term shift to working remotely. Read Clio's blog post....


  • A Michigan judge chastised a defendant who appeared in court (via Zoom) displaying an anal-sex-related screen name. View the video reording of the judge chastising the defendant in Zoom court. Read Law & Crime's reporting of the incident. Earn Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Credit Lawyers can avoid embarassing situations like this by learning how to use Zoom more effectively and...


  • by Mark Rosch The American Bar Association's (ABA's) Legal Technology Resource Center (LTRC) has released its 2017 Legal Technology Survey Report.  For the past 20 years, the LTRC has surveyed practicing attorneys about their technology choices. In 2017, the findings of the survey are presented in six volumes: Vol. 1: Technology Basics & Security Vol. 2: Law...


  • The American Bar Association's (ABA's) Legal Technology Resource Center (LTRC) has released the results of its 2014 Legal Technology Survey. The full set of results are available for purchase. Free summaries, in which "legal technology experts explore key developments from the 2014 Legal Technology Survey Report," are also available online For more than a decade, the LTRC has...


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