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…

Research Hack: Tabulaw

Research Hack: Tabulaw

Cast your mind back to 1999: Westlaw and Lexis were the only games in town. If you wanted electronic research you had to be corralled in an expensive, proprietary sandbox that charged by the minute. Free, web-based legal research sites…

3.. 2.. 1.. TechShow!

3.. 2.. 1.. TechShow!

I’ve been in virtual stealth mode since last year’s ABA TechShow, but it’s time to take the wraps off and get jiggy with legal technology again. So I spent yesterday in pre-show meetings with vendors, fellow attendees, speakers, and the…

ABA TechShow 2011

As most readers know, I write a column for NYC-based TechnoLawyer called SmallLaw (formerly known as, no joke, “Crazy Mazy”). Anyhow, as TechnoLawyer’s intrepid Chicago reporter I’ve written about the ABA TechShow since 2008; and before that for this blog. Here…

ABA Tech Show 2010 in Pictures

See and download the full gallery on posterous Posted via email from practice (redux)

Network Part 2: Not Going to Take It Anymore

In Part 1 of this series I discussed the current legal research market (lame) and how Wexis was without challengers until a little company called Google smacked them upside the head last year. But the question remains: what are you…

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