Research Hack: WHATTHEHELLIS Ravel

Research Hack: WHATTHEHELLIS Ravel

RAVEL is a start-up incubated at, and spun off from, Stanford Law School in 2012. It’s mission is to make legal research easier, faster, and more intuitive; and to be a lawyer’s first stop for  research, providing tools to find…

Reserach Hack: PushLegal

Reserach Hack: PushLegal

Since HTML made it possible to read something, leap to its source, then seamlessly jump back, legal research hasn’t been the same. Today lawyers take it for granted that without leaving their desks they can opt for immediate access to…

Law.com Puts the Spotlight on a Bad Apple

May 4, 2010 – Law.com Scott Rothstein ran what appeared to be a wildly successful law firm but turned out to be a  $1.2 billion Ponzi scheme. Prosecutors asked District Judge James Cohn to execute a vast forfeiture plan last…

Fed 2.0

The O’Bama administration has demonstrated a surprising commitment to cloud-based or SaaS computing with Apps.gov; the portal that makes cloud-based services such as Google Apps available to federal agencies. The extent to which agencies will take the administration up on…

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