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Review: Altman Weil 2016 Law Firms in Transition

Review Altman Weil 2016 Law Firms in Transistion

For the eighth year in a row, Altman Weil has released their latest Law Firms in Transition Survey. Conducted in March and April 2016, the Law Firms in Transition Survey polled Managing partner and Chairs at 800 US law firms with 50 ...

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Who Will Disrupt The Disruptors – Part 4

disrupting the disruptors

(Note: this is Part 4 of a series regarding Stanford CodeX Future Law 2016 Conference. Part 1. Part 2. Part 3.) The final hot issue (so hot) at the conference was the future of artificial intelligence (A.I.) in law. Will A.I. replace tasks done by ...

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Who Will Disrupt The Disruptors? Part 3

disrupting the disruptors

(Note: this is Part 3 of a series regarding Stanford CodeX Future Law 2016 Conference. Part 1. Part 2.) “So tell us what’s the difference between ‘naked’ and ‘nekkid,'” she said. “It’s quite simple really,” I replied. “‘Naked’ means you’re undressed. ‘Nekkid‘ means you ...

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Who Will Disrupt The Disruptors? Part 2

disrupting the disruptors

(Note: this is Part 2 of a series regarding Stanford CodeX Future Law 2016 Conference. Part 1 is here.) We were sitting around, chatting late into the evening when sensory deprivation restaurants came up. I had heard of the concept, but ...

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Who Will Disrupt The Disruptors?

disrupting the disruptors

“I could tell you’re from the South by the way you said ‘naked,'” she said. “Honey, there’s a difference between ‘naked’ and ‘nekkid,’ and I’m fixin’ to explain it to you,” I replied. I hadn’t planned on explaining the nuance of ...

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There is NOT An Explosion In LegalTech

legaltech laptop hands no growth

[4/28/16 UPDATE: Bob has made an updated list that accurately reflects the number of legal startups.] Last week Robert Ambrogi made a post, Number of Legal Startups Nearly Triples in Two Years, where he found that the number of startup companies in the legal ...

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A Blinking Light Locating A Weak Point In An Argument

Slowly, but surely.

Many lawyers will spend significant amounts of time reading, analyzing, and deconstructing briefs, motions, and contracts. This requires a significant amount of reading and research. The consumption of volumes of information is part and parcel of being a lawyer. As someone once ...

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Top Students Avoiding Law School 2016 Edition

top students 2016 edition

Back in 2013, I was the first person to notice that students graduating from the top universities in the country were beginning to avoid law school in droves. The LSAC usually updates this information around this time of year, but ...

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Book Review: Deep Work

Cal Newport Deep Work

Three years ago I reviewed So Good They Can’t Ignore You by Cal Newport. It was one of my favorite books that year and I continue to recommend it to people. Newport has just released his next book, Deep Work: Rules For ...

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