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will AI make law better
Artisans and Artifice: Doing Justice Together

Marc Lauritsen | Will AI make law better? Yes. For whom? For many on both sides of the legal profession's moat.

Marc Lauritsen - January 16, 2024
impact of AI on professionals
Transformational: New ‘Future of Professionals’ Report Unpacks the Impact of AI

Thomson Reuters’ new survey report on the impact of AI on professionals makes the case for cautious positivity. Here are highlights from “How AI is the Catalyst for Transforming Every Aspect of Work.” What macro trends will ...

Joan Feldman - August 22, 2023
lawyer responsiveness
‘The Time to Win’: Speed and Responsiveness Are Essential for Getting and Keeping Clients

Nothing But the Ruth | Lessons from “The Time to Win: Exceed Customers’ Need for Speed.”

Ruth Carter - August 16, 2023
client engagement agreement
Client Engagement Agreements: Blunt Terms I Wish I Could Include

Nothing But the Ruth | Here's what I really want to say in my client engagement agreements.

Ruth Carter - July 5, 2023
bogus ChatGPT brief
Make AI Your Intern, Not Your Replacement as a Lawyer

Nothing But the Ruth | Does the 'bogus cases' ChatGPT incident reveal a bigger problem?

Ruth Carter - June 8, 2023
ai for lawyers
Artificial Intelligence Is Changing the Legal Industry: Interview With AI Expert Paul Roetzer

Nothing But the Ruth | You worked your butt off and the client refuses to pay. Should you hire a collections attorney?

Ruth Carter - March 20, 2023
law firm innovation
Opportunity in Crisis: Innovative Ways Law Firms Are Stepping Up Client Relationships

Jennifer Carr, of Furia Rubel Communications, talked with a dozen business development professionals about innovative ways their firms have supported clients and created deeper ties.

Jennifer Carr - September 6, 2022
bar discipline
Sweeping Change Is Needed to the Model Rules (and It Is Not Scary)

It is time for a major revamp of how we govern our profession from an ethics perspective. Although that sounds dramatic — and possibly terrifying — there is absolutely nothing scary about this idea.

Megan Zavieh - April 10, 2022
law firm ownership
What’s New in Law Firm Ownership?

Roy Ginsburg | Critics contend Rule 5.4 is a considerable obstacle to innovation and to the country’s access to justice problem. Slowly but surely, cracks are appearing.

Roy S. Ginsburg - February 8, 2022
Legal Services
Empathy and Innovation: Highlights from ‘Future of Legal Services’ Panel

Susan Kostal | The pandemic has demanded empathy, flexibility, innovation and, in some cases, increased transparency. The future of legal services delivery demands the same.

Susan Kostal - January 4, 2021
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