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…

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…

GrexIt Take 2

A few weeks ago I posted a video introduction to knowledge-management application GrexIt. Many people apparently want to know more, so here is a synopsis of what this free tool can do. GrexIt works on the principal that vital information is often…

Review: Lawyer's Guide to Collaboration

Review: Lawyer’s Guide to Collaboration

The Lawyer’s Guide to Collaboration Tools and Technologies: Smart Ways to Work Together “Law practice is, has been, and will continue to be a collaborative process” Dennis Kennedy and Tom Mighelle Summary: The Lawyer’s Guide offers a solid list of…

Quick Review: Collaboration Tools and Technologies

“The practice of law is, has been, and will continue to be a collaborative process” according to Dennis Kennedy and Tom Mighell, authors of The Lawyer’s Guide to Collaboration Tools and Technologies: Smart Ways to Work Together. True enough. And…

got Wave invitation (no thanks to Google)

Just got my invitation to Google Wave. Should be called Google Crack. I’ve been online for 5 hours and still want to experiment but I’m about to pass out. To put it in perspective, I heard about the invitation at…

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