The impact of blockchain, cryptocurrencies, and NFTs on the legal industry with Joseph Raczynski [ABA Innovation Network]

The impact of blockchain, cryptocurrencies, and NFTs on the legal industry with Joseph Raczynski  — from buzzsprout.com by the ABA Center for Innovation Today we […]

Several items – both good & bad – re: AI. Including “NYPD’s Sprawling Facial Recognition System Now Has More Than 15,000 Cameras” [Feathers]

From DSC: Again, as you can see from the items below…there are various plusses and minuses regarding the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Some of […]

June 2021: Rethinking Lawyer Regulation [Sandman]

June 2021: Rethinking Lawyer Regulation — by Jim Sandman Excerpts: The National Center for State Courts estimates that in 76 percent of civil cases in […]

16 BigLaw firms have no Black partners, including firm ranked No. 1 for diversity [Cassens Weiss]

16 BigLaw firms have no Black partners, including firm ranked No. 1 for diversity — from abajournal.com by Debra Cassens Weiss Excerpt: Many law firms […]

7 items re: AI — both the pros and the cons…the good as well as the bad.

Microsoft President Warns of Orwell’s 1984 ‘Coming to Pass’ in 2024 — from interestingengineering.com by Chris Young Microsoft’s Brad Smith warned we may be caught […]

Imagine the future of law, legal technology and new law jobs [Goyal]

Imagine the future of law, legal technology and new law jobs — from canadianlawyermag.com by Monica Goyal The year is 2025. The legal system was […]

The Legal Tech Non-Event [Above the Law]

The Legal Tech Non-Event — from Above the Law with thanks to Gabe Teninbaum for the resource from his Lawtomatic Newsletter Excerpt: Welcome to Above […]

Articles of the month from “Future of the Profession Initiative” May 2021 Newsletter [Penn Carey Law School]

Articles of the month — from the Penn Carey Law School (specifically their “Future of the Profession Initiative’s Monthly Newsletter, May 2021) International Group Forms […]

Two items re: courts…and one involves regulation of student speech in the Internet era

Utah Supreme Court to extend regulatory sandbox to seven years  — from utahinnovationoffice.org U.S. Supreme Court Wary About Extending School Authority Over Student Internet Speech— […]

Three items re: the legal realm and innovation

Law Society votes to approve regulatory sandbox for innovative legal tech development — from lawtimesnews.com by Aidan Macnab Excerpt: At Convocation Thursday morning, the Law […]

Two examples of the pro’s and con’s of using AI

Pro: AI-powered chatbots automate IT help at Dartmouth — from edscoop.com by Ryan Johnston Excerpt: To prevent a backlog of IT requests and consultations during […]

Survey: Share Your Experience with the Judicial System During COVID-19 [Bagby]

Survey: Share Your Experience with the Judicial System During COVID-19 — from legaltechmonitor.com by Laura Bagby Excerpt:  A team of researchers wants to know how […]

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