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This is a chronological list of our posts about legal technology. Get a helpful overview of our legal technology content here, or read just our legal tech industry coverage.
Regular expressions, (a/k/a regex), are a powerful tool that can help you automate routine tasks. Here is a guide on how to get started.
In order to keep your data secure, you should be using two-factor authentication. Here is a list of law practice management software programs that offer it.
The LegalBoard is a keyboard designed just for lawyers. It gives you one-click access things lawyers need frequently, such as legal symbols, portions of citations, and track changes. Here is our first look.
Our first impression of the LegalBoard, plus a live demo of the first Legal Keyboard.
Following these five rules of Microsoft Word will save you time, frustration, and money.
There are many ways you can use technology to help keep your clients informed, make sure you don't miss an appointment, and get your billing done in a timely fashion. Here are some examples of how technology can assist you in complying with your ethics obligations.
Amazon's Echo device, which you command with your voice, can be a great tool for lawyers, but it can also be a huge risk.
In an age of hacking, maintaining security is critical for lawyers. Here are some basic steps you can take to ensure that your data remains as secure as possible.
In this episode of the Lawyerist Podcast, Mary Juetten explains how to use key performance indicators (KPIs) to "start with the end in mind"—to set goals for your law firm and measure your progress (or lack of progress) towards those goals. Make goal-setting and KPIs a part of your planning for 2017.
Lawyers need to think about operational security—the process of identifying the important information you possess and how you will protect it. In this post, the first in a series, you can learn how to create a threat model—an assessment of what security threats you face.