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Busy, Slammed, Underwater, or Drowning?: Conversations in a Big Law Elevator

As a former Big Law litigator and current law clerk, …

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Why Empathy Is Necessary for the Successful Delivery of Legal Technology

The new year has officially begun—and with it, we’ve seen …

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Work Smarter, Not Harder: How Lawyers Can Achieve More By Doing Less

Advances in technology allow us, as young lawyers, to work …

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ZERØ’s Five Legal Technology Predictions for 2020

The past decade was, as Bob Ambrogi wrote in his …

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“Error-Prone” and “Demoralizing:” A Litigator’s Perspective on Her Firm’s Antiquated Tech Stack

Legal practice is not for the faint of heart, and …

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Bloomberg Law Insight: What’s ‘Innovative’ in BigLaw? It’s More Than the Latest Tech Tools

Innovation takes more than acquiring the newest technology. Hogan Lovells’ …

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For Lawyers, Auditing Your Time Management Workflows Can Make You More Productive

Technology, mobile devices, and an ever-expanding suite of applications can …

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The Potential of Passive Time Capture: Let’s Look at the Future, Not the Past

I’ve just caught up with Gaby Isturiz’s post on passive …

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The Physical and Mental Costs of Modern Lawyering

In 2016, the American Bar Association and the Hazelden Betty …

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ILTA White Paper: How the Future of AI, Automation, and Data Will Impact General Counsels

In this article, Ryan Steadman, ZERØ’s Chief Revenue Officer, writes …

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Busy, Slammed, Underwater, or Drowning?: Conversations in a Big Law Elevator

As a former Big Law litigator and current law clerk, I often need to make choices between two options that are both necessary: “Sleep or …

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Why Empathy Is Necessary for the Successful Delivery of Legal Technology

The new year has officially begun—and with it, we’ve seen an onslaught of 2020 predictions and 2019 retrospectives highlighting just how much the legaltech sector …

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Work Smarter, Not Harder: How Lawyers Can Achieve More By Doing Less

Advances in technology allow us, as young lawyers, to work on the go and get more tasks done in a fraction of the time, promising …

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ZERØ’s Five Legal Technology Predictions for 2020

The past decade was, as Bob Ambrogi wrote in his reflections, one that will “forever transform the practice of law and delivery of legal services.” …

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“Error-Prone” and “Demoralizing:” A Litigator’s Perspective on Her Firm’s Antiquated Tech Stack

Legal practice is not for the faint of heart, and running a law firm, regardless of size, is no easy measure. Between the pressures of …

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Bloomberg Law Insight: What’s ‘Innovative’ in BigLaw? It’s More Than the Latest Tech Tools

Innovation takes more than acquiring the newest technology. Hogan Lovells’ lead innovation partner Mark W. Brennan and Ryan Steadman, chief revenue officer at legal technology …

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For Lawyers, Auditing Your Time Management Workflows Can Make You More Productive

Technology, mobile devices, and an ever-expanding suite of applications can enhance productivity, efficiency, and collaboration and ensure a more efficient allocation of our time and …

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The Potential of Passive Time Capture: Let’s Look at the Future, Not the Past

I’ve just caught up with Gaby Isturiz’s post on passive time capture, which she wrote in response to Sean Laroque-Doherty’s November ABA Journal article on …

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The Physical and Mental Costs of Modern Lawyering

In 2016, the American Bar Association and the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation published the results of its national study on behavioral health in the legal …

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ILTA White Paper: How the Future of AI, Automation, and Data Will Impact General Counsels

In this article, Ryan Steadman, ZERØ’s Chief Revenue Officer, writes about how artificial intelligence (AI) will enhance (not replace) the work of GCs and legal …

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