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Pro Bono Week to Finish with 'Virtual Blitz' in S.C.

Law students and pros are teaming up for a COVID-themed Pro Bono Week Celebration aimed at helping low-income clients and giving students valuable real-world legal experience. The annual event is sponsored by the American Bar Association (ABA) in conjunction with the University of South Carolina School of Law.


Anti-trust Workshop Looks at Intersection of Law, Innovation

The intersection of law, innovation and technology has always naturally created friction, as changes to one do not necessarily accompany changes to the other. To that end, it is incumbent upon principals in the industries to constantly audit the others for the sake of the consumers and constituents who operate in those spaces.


Lawyer Takes Aim at Cyberbullying, Looks to Expand Legal Education Program

Attorney Carrie LeRoy started the Cyber Dignity Program in 2012 to educate teenagers on the possible legal consequences of cyberbullying, and now she hopes to take the Bay Area program national. So reports Bloomberg.


e-Discovery Industry Set to Generate $19B By 2023

A new report from Exterro and FTI Consulting projects the e-discovery industry is going to hit $19 billion by 2023, up from $10 billion last year, as demand for technology and services is soaring.


Combating 'Deepfakes' Will Take Law, Awareness: Experts

The law does not always keep pace with reality. In the instance of deepfakes, it’s the law’s ability to keep pace with virtual reality that’s being called into question.


E-Discovery Competency Improving: Judges’ Survey

More than 260 federal judges weighed in on e-discovery as Exterro and EDRM Duke Law partnered to generate the 5th Annual Federal Judges Report.


Facial Recognition Technology Sparks Rumors, Lawsuits

Technology often pushes the legal envelope, as regulators and lawmakers grapple with advancements that often do not fit neatly into the scope of existing legislation.


Lawyers: Up Your Game with These Cybersecurity Tips

It is estimated that nearly 90% of cybersecurity breaches are caused by human error, says Craig Petronella, an IT security expert and CEO of Petronella Technology Group, Inc.


Judicata Looking to Make Waves Among Legal Research Companies

While it is still too soon to tell whether it will bite a major chunk from the bottom lines of the big legal research tools of Lexis and Westlaw, newcomer Judicata is showing promise.


Is Your Law Firm’s Website Mobile-ready?

Think having your law firm’s website posted on the World Wide Web, complete with captivating content and eye-catching graphics, will translate into clients banging your office door down? Think again!


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