Wrongfully accused by an algorithm [Kashmir Hill; New York Times]

Wrongfully accused by an algorithm — from nytimes.com by Kashmir Hill Excerpt: On a Thursday afternoon in January, Robert Julian-Borchak Williams was in his office […]

Majority of minority female lawyers consider leaving law; ABA study explains why [Cassens Weiss]

Majority of minority female lawyers consider leaving law; ABA study explains why — from abajournal.com by Debra Cassens Weiss Excerpt: Seventy percent of female minority […]

Good news! “IBM, Amazon, and Microsoft abandon law enforcement face recognition market” [Birmingham]

IBM, Amazon, and Microsoft abandon law enforcement face recognition market — from which-50.com by Andrew Birmingham Excerpt: Three global tech giants — IBM, Amazon, and […]

Law on trial — What the legal industry can do to defend it [Cohen]

Law on trial — What the legal industry can do to defend it — from forbes.com by Mark Cohen Excerpts (emphasis DSC): How can the […]

COVID-19 Intensifies Need to Tackle Digital Accessibility [Sims]

COVID-19 Intensifies Need to Tackle Digital Accessibility — from campustechnology.com by By Glenda Sims More learning content than ever before has migrated online, bringing accessibility […]

Blockchain Can Disrupt Higher Education Today, Global Labor Market Tomorrow [Singer]

Blockchain Can Disrupt Higher Education Today, Global Labor Market Tomorrow — from cointelegraph.com by Andrew Singer Blockchain can play its part in the education sector […]

Good cop/Bad cop [by Razel Jones, a former colleague]

Good cop/Bad cop — from LinkedIn.com by Razel Jones, a former colleague at Calvin College (now Calvin University). Razel was a great man and I’m […]

‘Unauthorized Practice Of Law’ Rules Promote Racial Injustice [Pavuluri]

‘Unauthorized Practice Of Law’ Rules Promote Racial Injustice — from law.com by Rohan Pavuluri with thanks to Daniel Rodriguez for his Tweet on this Excerpts: […]

Law Insights with Bob Ambrogi and Daniel Linna [Litera TV]

WEDNESDAY | 6.3 | Law Insights with Bob Ambrogi and Daniel Linna, Director of Law and Technology Initiatives, Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law Notes (emphasis DSC): […]

The slippery slope of using drones — especially when it’s governments doing it

From DSC: I can’t help but reflect on how slippery the slope is when we start talking about using drones — especially as sponsored and […]

Homework gap a growing focus for nonprofits, lawmakers as closures persist [De La Rosa]

Homework gap a growing focus for nonprofits, lawmakers as closures persist — from educationdive.com by Shawna De La Rosa Excerpt: Dive Brief: After declaring success […]

Young and in Legal Tech: Are You Sure You Want to Make the Leap? [Warren]

Young and in Legal Tech: Are You Sure You Want to Make the Leap? — from law.com by Zach Warren Because of a changing law […]

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