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Tech Product News, Summer Edition

There's a lot going on in Chicago this weekend, from Lollapalooza to the ABA Annual Meeting and the accompanying ABA Expo. In town and want a peek at the exhibitors' new offerings for lawyers? Friday's expo hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and ...

Joan Feldman - August 3, 2012

Quick Look: New Fastcase Android App

In news for Android-using lawyers, the much anticipated Fastcase app for Android is now available. For lawyers who do not have a Fastcase account at all, this app—like the Fastcase iPhone app—allows you to search, browse, read and save statutes ...

Catherine Sanders Reach - June 5, 2012

Ebriefs on Your iPad

Electronic briefs are certainly not a new development in the legal field. I remember receiving many electronically constructed briefs on CD when I was practicing. The ebrief is an incredibly convenient format for navigating through an appellate ...

Tom Mighell - March 15, 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

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
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Drop Your Data Into Dropbox

For better or worse, we’ve become ‘always-on’ professionals. We want access to all our data, all the time and we want it now. In the past, data housed on an office network or personal computer could be very difficult to access remotely. With the ...

Vivian Manning - November 7, 2011

Keeping Time on the Go

More and more lawyers are discovering that cloud-based time and billing systems cut them loose from the last vestiges of an in-place practice. Christy Burke checked in with a handful to lawyers to find out what can be learned from their ...

Christy Burke - July 26, 2011

Give Open Source a Try

Take a second and check what browser you are using. FireFox? Chrome, perhaps? Do you use WordPress for your blog, or use an Android-based smartphone? Like the "cloud,” you’ve probably been using open source applications without realizing it. ...

Gwynne Monahan - July 20, 2011
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