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Legal Technology Evolves, but Business Models Do Not

“Bizarrely, the fact that large law is still highly successful is still an impediment,” Nicola Shaver, director of innovation and knowledge at Paul Hastings in New York, said. “It is still difficult to tell people to change the way they’re doing things when it’s working at bringing in an enormous amount of revenue every year.” […]

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Equity In Broad and Flexible Fashion

Federal Circuit Wasn’t Chicken to Grant Equitable Intervening Right in Poultry Processing Equipment Case A dispute between the two titans in the poultry processing equipment market led the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit to construe the term “protection of investments” in 35 U.S.C. 252.         Click Here To Read The Full Article

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Ahead of the Curve: Overcoming low 1L grades

This week’s Ahead of the Curve looks at new research on bar exam pass rates and how students whose grades improve over the course of law school tend to perform better on the licencing exam.         Click Here To Read The Full Article

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Remote Work Is Here to Stay. Here's Your Guide to What That Means for the Future.

“Lawyering From Your Living Room” is an ongoing project curating the best coverage from across our newsroom on how remote work has become a mainstay of the legal industry, profoundly and permanently changing how law firms, courts, corporate legal departments, law schools, bar examiners and legal tech companies do business.         Click Here To Read […]

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Law Schools, Students and Bar Examiners Face a Brave New Online World

It’s fair to say that change comes slowly in the traditionally staid universe of legal education, where progress tends to be measured in increments. Not this year. And while online law school classes and bar exams may not have quite the staying power of remote work for attorneys and legal professionals, there are aspects of […]

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