For Law Firms, Diversity Drives Dollars

While celebrating International Women's Day, it's a reminder to think about how our workforce has changed over the past few decades. Even this past month, the American Bar Association’s House of Delegates rejected a measure to make bar passage harder for law schools. Their reason:...

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General Counsel Now Replacing IT Support

Move over IT department. Somebody call legal. From hacks to crashes, it’s not so unusual for a data breach or a security threat to completely shut down company businesses. And these days, it’s not a question of if, but when.   So, companies have been taking notice. And...

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Alternative Billing in the Post-Recession

Alternative Billing in the Post-Recession It is very unlikely that a seasoned business owner today would disagree that the economic downfall of 2007 has changed the business landscape drastically. Decision making – at all levels – is fiscally driven and the legal industry spends countless hours...

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Automation in the Legal Industry

Most people accept that advancing artificial intelligence and the spread of robotic automation will change, and in many cases replace blue-collar jobs, like factory work; but intellectually-intensive or white-collar work, surely, cannot be in jeopardy. That opinion is changing, fast, including within the legal profession, where the trends are even overcoming technological...

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