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  Casey Flaherty of Kia Motors’ legal department is on a mission to unite his fellow in-house counsel around the prospect that their outside law firms really, really need to be much better at technology. And not just e-discovery. Flaherty [more]

Brightleaf sells document automation technologies—and technology-leveraged services—that help lawyers work more quickly, efficiently, accurately, collaboratively, and profitably.  We deploy those technologies and services at law firms and in-house legal departments.  Our customers at those firms and departments use Brightleaf to improve contract [more]


Passing the bucks

Twenty-seven days ago, the New York Times OP-Ed page ran a piece by a senior Brookings Institute fellow named Clifford Winston.  The piece was entitled, “Are Law Schools and Bar Exams Really Necessary?’  It concluded—flatly—that law schools and bar exams were not necessary. [more]

If you’re interested–really interested–in how to bring innovation to the delivery of legal services, and if you haven’t thoroughly checked out Rich Baer’s blog, ‘Reliance on Counsel” yet, you should stop reading this right now and go there.  Now.  Seriously…go on.  Go. Don’t worry….we’ll wait [more]