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Friday Top Nine for March 2, 2018

Posted by Marketing

Mar 2, 2018 5:35:35 PM

Our favourite links from around the web to kick off your weekend.

This week's roundup includes: Artificial Intelligence Won’t Replace Lawyers—It Will Free Them, How Future Lawyers Should be Thinking About Technology, A Strong Privacy Policy Can Save Your Company Millions, and more...

Friday Top Nine Link Roundup


  1. Retired Federal Judges, Titans of E-Discovery, Debate the Review Revolution

    "At a recent Cardozo Law event, federal judges known for their e-discovery expertise discuss the state of e-discovery case law and best practices."  (via law.com/legaltechnews)

  2. When Change is the Only Constant, You Can Thrive, Adapt or Die Off: Embrace Change in eDiscovery

    "As with other aspects of business, companies can either adapt to the changes in ediscovery or be killed off by the competition. The cost of litigating a single case could be enough to wipe out a business that tries to use old methods in a new world of overwhelming data volume and complexity." (via corporateediscovery.com)

  3. Artificial Intelligence Won’t Replace Lawyers—It Will Free Them

    "Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning have already arrived in many law firms and legal departments. Remarkable advances in legal AI technology have led some lawyers to worry that their profession may soon become a victim of Silicon Valley.(via lawtechnologytoday.org)

  4. Pregnant Law Student Attends Class Via Robot Thanks To This Law School’s Unique Tech Intervention

    "Thanks to the wonders of technology, a pregnant law student was able to virtually attend class via robot that she controlled from the comfort of her home."  (via abovethelaw.com)

  5. How Future Lawyers Should be Thinking About Technology

    "[this] firm’s lawyers answered questions from students about blockchain, AI and a changing legal market."  (via legalcheek.com)

  6. Why the 2018 Budget ‘Misses the Mark’ on Tech

    "The 2018 Canadian budget has been unveiled, and while there are plenty of tech-related initiatives, many in the industry are feeling let down."  (via itworldcanada.com)

  7. A Strong Privacy Policy Can Save Your Company Millions

    "Cyberattacks are on the rise, with over 1,000 data breaches occurring at U.S. organizations in 2016 alone, most often through hacking or external theft. And it isn’t only violated firms that are hurt by these incidents. Studying hundreds of data breaches, our research has found that they create significant ripples that affect other companies in the industry." (via hbr.org)

  8. An Introvert's Guide to Networking

    "Everyone needs a network—it’s a great way to share ideas, learn new things, and connect with like-minded individuals. Even if your job doesn’t involve sales or regularly interacting with customers, networking is important. Networking helps you build relationships and strengthen your personal brand. Whether you think you have a personal brand or not—you do.(via relativity.com/blog)

  9. Young Women Need to Be Bold and Assertive to Succeed in Law

    "Lawyers are business people. Learning how to market yourself and sell your expertise to clients early on in your career will make you an asset to any firm. Doors will always open for you if you can do good work and keep bringing in clients.(via http://precedentjd.com)

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