Monthly archives: July, 2017

The Confusion Of Legal Education

Ken Grady identifies significant disruptive reasons why undergraduate students are veering away from choosing law school for other graduate education, and offers effective, innovative responses which should be put into action with alacrity.

Subjects: Legal Education

The Library of Congress opened its catalogs to the world. Here’s why it matters.

Melissa Levine’s article articulates for us the historic significance and professional impact of the recent announcement by the Library of Congress that 25 million digital catalog records are now available to the public, at no cost. This remarkable treasure trove of free descriptive data sets includes records from 1968 to 2014.

Subjects: Cataloging, Digital Archives, Virtual Library

Google News’s new look sucks. Please let us revert if we want.

Google recently redesigned and relaunched Google News. For ‘power users’, the site’s new design and navigation has not been a welcome change as David Rothman directly articulates in his article.

Subjects: Search Engines, Search Strategies, Technology Trends

The Real “Black Box” Dilemma of Legacy Legal Research Tools

Andrew Arruda, CEO/Co-founder of ROSS Intelligence talks about how new artificial intelligent methods currently under development to leverage deep learning and neural nets will be game changers in the area of legal research.

Subjects: AI, Legal Research, Legal Technology

The Last Mile of Contracts: Why Human Teams Are Still Essential

Ron Friedmann gives us a rundown on technology for contracts along with the sound reasons why we still need humans to help create, analyze, and manage contracts.

Subjects: Contact Management, Legal Marketing, Technology Trends
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