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Author: Richard Tromans
Artificial Lawyer is a site dedicated to new legal technology. The main focus is artificial intelligence technologies, but also seeks to cover the following areas: process and task automation; smart/intelligent contracts; the use of blockchain in a legal context. Artificial Lawyer also seeks to cover the founders, investors and funds that help create or support legal tech start-ups.
‘Ambiguity is the Killer of Smart Contracts’ – Seal Software
Smart Contract Co. LegalThings Links with Waves Blockchain Platform
The Rise of the Brazilian Legal Tech Scene
‘What Are The Limits of AI?’ Lewis Liu, CEO, Eigen Technologies
CLM Co. Apttus Partners with Legal AI Pioneer Kira Systems
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner Launches Own Contracting Tool – Swiftagree
Norton Rose Rolls Out ‘Parker’ the Legal Chat Bot for GDPR
US Law Firms Line Up for AI-Driven Legal Research
Publisher: Legal IT Insider
Legal IT Newswire deal report… Fletcher Longstaff invest in Lexis Visualfiles
Legal IT Webinar… Prosperoware CAM for Managing Content Systems in the Cloud – 7th June
Legal IT Events… HighQ unveiling major product updates at HighQ Forum – 23 May London
GDPR Readiness Survey
Wilson Legal Solutions to merge with Stanton Allen
Workshare partners with New Zealand-based legal ops platform LawVu
NetDocuments launches cloud OCR service backed by DocsCorp contentCrawler integration
“Innovation doesn’t magically happen”: Why Reed Smith’s innovation hours programme should be applauded
Author: Antony Smith, solicitor
The purpose of this blog is to discuss, through the lens of legal project management, issues facing legal service providers in the UK.
Helping lawyers change the way they work
Legal Project Managers: a call to arms
5 steps for effective transfer of new knowledge and skills back to the workplace
Paralegals: what they do now and might be doing in future.
Skills training: key to getting better at anything.
Legal Education: a place for legal project management?
Build a pause button into your matter management processes
How should you start implementing legal project management?
Author: Neil Cameron
Author: Jason Plant, IT manager
About work within an IT department in a large law firm.
Back from ConnectLive 2018 with some thoughts on the two days
01/01/2000 to 29/05/2018 – are you ready this time?
Lawyers coding – are we belittling the IT developers skills?
Complexity is your enemy. Any fool can make something complicated. It is hard to make something simple.
Are the agile workplaces law firms are creating the new advocado bathroom?
How Cambridge Analytica and Facebook gave me a big data lightbulb moment
Spectre/Meltdown bugs in Intel and AMD chips – welcome to 2018 everyone!!
Should we just take email out of our Document Management Systems?
Author: Linex Systems
Thoughts, snippets and stories from the Linex team. We (OK, Rebecca mainly) muse on our favourite online tools, knowledge management practices and where we want to take our technology.
I’ve got designs on development: What BIALL 2018 means to me
Your BIALL 2018 Guide: Parallel Sessions, Speakers, and More
What to do about all those GDPR emails
The News Blackout: Is There a Better Way?
Librarians and the Future of Medicine
Librarians and Privacy in the Age of Cambridge Analytica
Why GDPR is an opportunity for library & information professionals
Budget Planning: It's Not Just About Figures
Author: Anne Fairpo, tax barrister at 13 Old Square Chambers and Atlas Chambers
For Mac-using barristers
Mail PDF via [some app other than Mail]
ECJ decides Safe Harbor isn’t safe – rethink cloud storage
… all evidence to the contrary …
Dropbox and securing data
Windows, nothing but Windows?
Viruses – follow-up to previous post
Fending off viruses
Scrivener: how do I get my stuff out of there and into Word (or Pages, or whatever?)