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Lex Connect Curated Reading List May 1, 2017

 
     
       
     
 
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With the overwhelming volume of content available online, it is easy to
overlook quality articles containing the valuable information you need.

Fear not, we have curated the best legal operations and technology
articles currently available for your convenience.

Sit back, relax and enjoy your 30 minutes of power reading!
 
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GDPR Reality Check Survey is Now Live!

To gauge readiness for GDPR across industries and global regions, Yerra has launched an industry survey to help benchmark where global corporations are in their preparations. The GDPR Reality Check survey is being run in collaboration with the Blickstein Group and will be open for submissions through the end of May 2017.


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Let The Rules Guide You in eDiscovery

Few lawyers and legal professionals are aware of the gold nuggets of guidance on the discovery of electronically stored information (ESI) contained right in the comments to the amended rules governing discovery.


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Machines Are Organizing Legal's Data, But Not Fast Enough

The advancements of many legal technologies have rested on their ability to better understand the data they ingest and automatically categorize and classify it. Such is the basis for data analytics, but only recently has classification become so accurate and able to be leveraged for so many purposes, spurred by the advancements in artificial intelligence's (AI) machine-learning capabilities.


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All You Need To Know About Treating Data As An Asset

At it's core, the General Data Protection Regulation is about requiring organisations to treat the information they hold as a valuable asset which they are looking after on behalf of consumers. This is going to require companies, and by extension their employees, to think about consumer's data in a different way. 


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Governance & Compliance Update

Included in this issue: BEIS Select Committee publishes report on Corporate Governance; McGregor-Smith Review on race in the workplace; Announcements of regulated information to require further information from October 2017 and more...


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Time To Change Your eDiscovery Mindset

We are living in a world where the lawyer’s job is now to understand where discoverable information may exist, make sure it’s kept when necessary, and to know enough to ask for what you need from the other side. Discovery strategy, now ediscovery strategy, is even more important and complex now that we are dealing with volumes of data and multiple sources to look at for each case.


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AI to ‘make life easier’ for lawyers

Rather than putting lawyers out of work, artificial intelligence is improving their efficiency and automating some of the more tedious aspects of their practice, according to a legal software executive.​


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4 Trends Shaping Our Legal Future

We need to retrain lawyers to be more open-minded not only to a non-traditional career path, but to build a community.


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Artificial Lawyer Spring Review – AI’s Green Shoots

There had also been a sector-wide acceptance (at least among some lawyers) that we had moved beyond the world of talking about AI as something that ‘one day will happen’ to something law firms were adopting and making use of in terms of billable work for clients. In other words, it was all real now.


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Lex Connect Curated Reading List     Web Version
     
 
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With the overwhelming volume of content available online, it is easy to
overlook quality articles containing the valuable information you need.

Fear not, we have curated the best legal operations and technology
articles currently available for your convenience.

Sit back, relax and enjoy your 30 minutes of power reading!

For new readers, subscribe here!
Full Image
yd2

GDPR Reality Check Survey is Now Live!

To gauge readiness for GDPR across industries and global regions, Yerra has launched an industry survey to help benchmark where global corporations are in their preparations. The GDPR Reality Check survey is being run in collaboration with the Blickstein Group and will be open for submissions through the end of May 2017.


Full Image
yd2

Let The Rules Guide You in eDiscovery

Few lawyers and legal professionals are aware of the gold nuggets of guidance on the discovery of electronically stored information (ESI) contained right in the comments to the amended rules governing discovery.


yd2

Machines Are Organizing Legal's Data, But Not Fast Enough

The advancements of many legal technologies have rested on their ability to better understand the data they ingest and automatically categorize and classify it. Such is the basis for data analytics, but only recently has classification become so accurate and able to be leveraged for so many purposes, spurred by the advancements in artificial intelligence's (AI) machine-learning capabilities.


yd2

All You Need To Know About Treating Data As An Asset

At it's core, the General Data Protection Regulation is about requiring organisations to treat the information they hold as a valuable asset which they are looking after on behalf of consumers. This is going to require companies, and by extension their employees, to think about consumer's data in a different way. 


yd2

Governance & Compliance Update

Included in this issue: BEIS Select Committee publishes report on Corporate Governance; McGregor-Smith Review on race in the workplace; Announcements of regulated information to require further information from October 2017 and more...


yd2

Time To Change Your eDiscovery Mindset

We are living in a world where the lawyer’s job is now to understand where discoverable information may exist, make sure it’s kept when necessary, and to know enough to ask for what you need from the other side. Discovery strategy, now ediscovery strategy, is even more important and complex now that we are dealing with volumes of data and multiple sources to look at for each case.


yd2

AI to ‘make life easier’ for lawyers

Rather than putting lawyers out of work, artificial intelligence is improving their efficiency and automating some of the more tedious aspects of their practice, according to a legal software executive.​


yd2

4 Trends Shaping Our Legal Future

We need to retrain lawyers to be more open-minded not only to a non-traditional career path, but to build a community.


yd2

Artificial Lawyer Spring Review – AI’s Green Shoots

There had also been a sector-wide acceptance (at least among some lawyers) that we had moved beyond the world of talking about AI as something that ‘one day will happen’ to something law firms were adopting and making use of in terms of billable work for clients. In other words, it was all real now.


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