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Legal Technology

The Big Shows

While there are some among us who associate March breezes with the crack of the bat, the good leather smell of a new mitt, and the Friendly Confines of their favorite ballpark. A whole other kind of spring training is about to get underway. It's ...

The Editors - March 9, 2012
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Project Management Software: Easy as 1-2-3

Legal project management has become a bit of a buzz term in recent years, but what exactly does "LPM" entail? Do you really need a stable of Gantt charts to run your law practice efficiently, or is there a simpler way? Sure there's a load of ...

Brett Owens - February 27, 2012

Improving Jury Selection with Jury Box Software

“Siri, which juror should I strike?” As nice as the fantasy is, a machine will never be able to pick a jury—no, not even the iPhone’s personal assistant can apply the critical ingredient of human judgment to that important task. Still, ...

Ken Broda-Bahm - February 22, 2012

Take Some Travel Apps for a Spin

Perhaps you’re an insatiable traveler, never quite at home unless you’re not at home. Perhaps work regularly tears you away from the comforts of home, and you’re always looking for ways to make it less of a pain. Or maybe for you, planning the ...

The Editors - February 17, 2012

Note-taking and Dictation Apps for Lawyers

For recording and organizing notes, there are a number of really good apps to consider. And, as is true with all apps, many overlap in functionality. The apps outlined below for the iPad and iPhone have particular strengths that may resonate ...

Paul Unger - February 13, 2012

Will iPads End Post-It Notes in Voir Dire?

To say that the iPad has created a buzz in the litigation technology world is an understatement. The sweet little panel has provided a number of novel ways to manage documents and display and mark up evidence. But even as developers create new ...

Ken Broda-Bahm - February 8, 2012
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Desktop Search Tools: Like Google for Your Computer

You know you saved it—that file that you spent hours working on a few weeks ago. That file you’re now desperate to retrieve but can’t locate. But it's not in your Recent Documents (because you weren’t working on it recently), and it's not pinned ...

Vivian Manning - February 6, 2012

Wait, There’s More: New Tech Products

Last Friday, we told you about some of the legal technology products released just-in-time for LegalTech New York this past week. Now that LTNY has wrapped, we're sorting through the on-site posts and tweets to give you a Friday Five update on ...

The Editors - February 3, 2012
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Less Is More Focused: Lexis Practice Advisor

The thing about gigantic databases, like the great library at Alexandria, is that it can be hard to find exactly what you’re looking for, unless you really know what you’re doing. LexisNexis’ research engine is a modern-day labrynthine library. ...

Jared Correia - February 1, 2012

This Just Out: New Legal Technology Products

Yes, it's that wonderful time of year, when legal technology fans await the drumroll of new products and updates, and legal technology companies primp and prepare to show off their best new stuff. Legal Tech New York opens next week and ABA ...

The Editors - January 27, 2012