Published: February 19, 2013
Tags: CLE, computer-assisted review, e-discovery, electronic discovery, electronically stored information, ESI, Facebook, iPad, iPad apps, iPad mini, legal technology, LegalTech, practice management, predictive coding, settlements, social media, technology
Lawyers USA reports on items of interest to solos and small firm attorneys from the annual LegalTech conference, including software that can predict where a case will settle.
Lawyers USA takes a closer look at some new apps targeted at attorneys.
An elderly Ohio lawyer must undergo a geriatric psychological assessment and otherwise establish his fitness before being allowed to return to practice following his suspension for mishandling a client’s case.
The Nevada Supreme Court is considering a state bar proposal that would require lawyers to complete a course on substance abuse as part of their annual continuing legal education requirement.
Whether traveling for business or pleasure, a plane ride without access to a phone, e-mail or the Internet can be problematic for busy practitioners. Here are some tips on how to stay productive.
For most lawyers, Continuing Legal Education (CLE) classes are just another hoop they have to jump through in order to keep up their law licenses. They rack up just enough credit hours to fulfill the requirements and then move on, yet in so doing they sell themselves short.
What steps does your firm take to ensure the maximization of continuing legal education (CLE) dollars and time spent? This month’s column focuses on what we can do to guarantee mileage beyond earning CLE credits for time spent at live programs, Webinars, video replays or otherwise.
Many law firms have come to realize that legal seminars for existing and potential clients can be excellent business-development tools. But the sheer physical logistics of attendingseminars – travel, time and expense – are often impediments that can dampen interest and reduce participation.
But a low-cost solution is gaining popularity in the legal community: the web-based seminar, or “webinar.”