Will Computers Become Better Lawyers Than Humans?
By 2017, if Moore’s Law continues to hold, computers will have the processing power of a human mind. This is not science fiction. It will happen, and it means that sometime during this century, computers will be able to at least simulate human thought, if not think independently. Will that mean computers will be able to replace lawyers?
Is it Time for Non-Lawyer Ownership?
Permitting non-lawyer ownership of law firms is a global trend. It is not really about access to justice, as I previously supposed. It’s about changing the law firm business model in a way that works for lawyers and clients.
Terms of Service for Cloud Software Are Negotiable
(Confidential to cloud software providers: Offering cloud software to lawyers under terms of service is best viewed as a sort of crowd-sourced contract drafting exercise.)
How To Do Cloud Computing Due Diligence, from Bob Ambrogi
A 10-step checklist from Bob Ambrogi on the basic things you need to know about your cloud software providers.
Clio Releases its iPhone App
Clio's iPhone app shows that great legal software can be great-looking, too. If you are a Clio user, get it now, and start keeping track of your practice from your iPhone.