Josh Blandi details what’s at stake for legal innovators in Georgia v. Public.Resource.Org, and why SCOTUS should grant cert. to affirm that states cannot copyright the law.
Lily Li of Metaverse Law discusses why and how courts should retain control over the public’s access to court records, as opposed to GDPR, CCPA, and other privacy laws.
Jeff Cox discusses why technology competence is critical for lawyers, and how legal tech can assist with delivering better legal services and thriving in the legal market.
Learn how to use design thinking to automate your law practice, from finding clients, to tracking litigation, mapping case strategies, and more.
Jeff Cox discusses how reviewing litigation portfolios is pivotal for legal ops in knowing your risk profile and developing more effective costs-savings initiatives.
Perspectives and key takeaways from CodeX FutureLaw’s discussion on the future of legal technology, civil procedure, and the adversarial system.
UniCourt celebrates Law Day and this year’s theme of Free Speech, Free Press, and Free Society, as we highlight our commitment to removing barriers to information.
UniCourt talks with Kevin P. Lee, Professor of Law at Campbell Law School, as a part of our ongoing Influencer Q&A Series.
Attorneys who don’t want to practice law in the traditional law firm setting are in luck: Alternative legal careers are on the rise, and they’re here to stay.
Preserving privilege in light of new advancements in legal technology is not an all-or-nothing proposition – attorneys can and should protect their clients’ interests while still leveraging technology.