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A lot happened at this year's International Legal Tech Association's annual conference. Here are some highlights.
Why aren't there more lawyers at one of the premier legal tech conferences?
Lawyers, particularly at big firms, are notorious for being risk-averse. But change is coming, whether we want to acknowledge that or not.
Using data science to predict where crime might occur is problematic. When we have unfair metrics, we develop unfair algorithms.
At this year's World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC), Apple introduced new augmented reality technology that could enhance how litigators do their work in the courtroom.