Practicing Law in the 21st Century: The Ethical Requirement of Technology Competence
Lawyers have a duty to understand which technologies will impact their law practice.
These technology-related gifts, ranging in price from less than $20 to more than $1,000, are suitable for almost everyone on your list—friends, family, employees, and even yourself.
These steps will help you use the Internet to generate paying clients for your law practice.
Lawyers of all skill levels can save money, improve their efficiency, and obtain better results when doing legal research.
Ready or not, you will need to identify and gather more and more information from mobile devices.
Authentication is only the first hurdle to admissibility; litigators still must overcome objections on other grounds, such as relevance and hearsay.
For lawyers and the public, the implications of net neutrality’s demise are startling.
The patent process has become accessible to an entirely new class of inventor—and attorney.
Gambling laws pose two problems that trouble digital gaming developers.
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