Reports of Lawyers’ Demise Have Been Greatly Exaggerated

In the legal industry, the Engineer versus Druid dichotomy is an interesting one.  These names come from a familiar aphorism: ‘There are two kinds of fools: one who says this is old and therefore good, and the other who says this is new and therefore better.‘ The former are called Druids and the latter Engineers.

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FutureLaw 2014: Why Ediscovery Pricing is Ripe for Disruption

As AJ mentioned, he and I attended the CodeX FutureLaw 2014 conference at Stanford Law School.  These types of conferences always provide good food for thought, particularly for those working to bring disruptive change to the legal industry, and FutureLaw 2014 was no exception.  While I was impressed with several presentations, my favorite was delivered

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Thoughts from FutureLaw 2014: Designing Ediscovery for Susskind’s Future

Jon and I attended FutureLaw 2014 last week. FutureLaw is an event held at Stanford Law School and sponsored by Codex, the Stanford Center for Legal Informatics. The conference’s emphasis is on what’s next in legal technology, with keynotes and panels from big thinkers in the space, including both academics and practitioners. We’ve found the

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