Tags » Legal Technology

Is attention personal or professional?

A law professor’s New York Times op-ed, “Leave Your Laptops at the Door to My Classroom,” prompted lots of discussion on blogs and Twitter. Should law students be told and required to close their screens and (to the extent this is even possible) pay attention in class?  1,076 more words

People Skills

Mobile Helix CEO, Seth Hallem, talks with Ari Kaplan about Lawyers & Mobility

Ari Kaplan spoke with our CEO and co-founder, Seth Hallem.

They discussed the genesis of Mobile Helix, how the LINK app empowers lawyers on the go, the crossroads of usability and security in mobile apps, and our partnerships with iManage®, NetDocuments® and Handshake Software®. 17 more words

Legal Technology

Resolve to Use Your Device as a Tool—and to Resist Being Tooled by It

Listen Like a Lawyer is grateful to share this post by Jack Pringle, a partner at Adams & Reese in Columbia, SC. Jack is a litigator, appellate advocate, and information technology attorney. 983 more words

Legal Communication

5 Ways Legal Tech Companies Can Improve their UI Without a Designer

Everything you ever needed to know about design is available online. The only excuses you can have these days (which is my excuse for poor design) is time: (1) not having time to do the research and (2) not having or taking the time to do things right. 757 more words

Tools & Tips

Cybersecurity and Law Firms

Handling activities with large associated financial values such as property sales, or mergers and acquisitions, is making targeting law firms a highly attractive target for cyber criminals. 977 more words

Worth a read: Curfew Shall Not Ring Tonight! - the Value of Libraries

This RIPS blogpost is a good response to why a library when “everything is online.” No matter the format of the material, it is the librarian in the library that makes the difference and the case for the library. 270 more words


Email Spam or Have I Got A Deal For You!

The Holidays Bring More Email Threats, by Jim Calloway, Jim Calloway’s Law Practice Tips Blog


I may be the luckiest person in the world. I receive emails almost daily from people I do not know who want to give me money. 129 more words

Legal Technology