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Law Librarians Head to Phoenix for CALIcon 2017!

Each year law librarians head to the Annual CALI Conference for law school computing to be involved in a national exchange of ideas, to network with leading academics, educators, institutional leaders, and technology professionals and to participate in discussions about … Continue reading

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10 Tech Mistakes that Lawyers Make

Great article from the tech firm, Clio, covering the ten most common tech mistakes lawyers are making. Good advice, generally. Does your firm or department have a BYOD policy? Do you? How often do you back up your data? Is … Continue reading

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Tech Tips in Two Minutes

Looking for quick reviews of cool new apps and tech applicable to law? The ABA Journal’s Business of Law section commenced a new series of tech mini-reviews this month. The first batch of items getting the mini-review treatment by blogging … Continue reading

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New Book: Democracy of Sound!

In honor of Athfest this weekend, take a look at the new book by Alex Sayf Cummings Democracy of Sound: Music Piracy and the Remaking of American Copyright in the Twentieth Century. It explores the rich history of music piracy … Continue reading

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New Book: Tomorrow’s Lawyers

Legal futurist Richard E. Susskind‘s new book, Tomorrow’s Lawyers: an Introduction to Your Future, offers practical guidance for those who are just setting out to build careers and businesses in law. Susskind predicts what new legal jobs and new employers … Continue reading

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New Book: Search Engine Freedom!

Search engines play a pivotal role in connecting people to the information and resources they desire. But what rules or laws govern how these search engines work and can we trust our search results?  Author Joris van Hoboken explores the … Continue reading

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Ninth Circuit Now Publishing Own Opinions

Citing an estimated savings of $350,000 for the first full year of in-house production, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a press release yesterday announcing that it had begun processing its opinions in-house instead of continuing to contract with … Continue reading

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