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Lex Connect Curated Reading List October 19, 2016

     
       
     
 
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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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The Next Big Thing in Legal: Carthorse to Racehorse Artificial Intelligence – Part 1 of 4

We would like to introduce guest blogger, Chrissie Lightfoot, currently a Visiting Fellow at University of Westminster, School of Law. This revised version of a cover article was written by Chrissie and published as a two-part cover series in Solicitors Journal earlier this year. Due to popular demand it was updated and republished in the Robotics Law Journal in July & August of 2016. We are pleased to re-publish it here with Ms. Lightfoot’s permission


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Adopting Data Analytics a Critical Part of Success

The practice of law is changing. Technology and data analytics are penetrating one of the last remaining professions that had, until recently, escaped the disruption that these new ways of doing business and practicing law bring. Soon, the unfettered discretion of the general counsel to operate his or her legal department will come to an end. It is the responsibility and obligation of all in-house and private practice counsel to make sure they ride this wave, as otherwise there is a very good chance it will drown them.


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5 Musings in the Minds of Legal Tech Leaders: October 2016

Legal technology leaders speak on the mix of business intelligence and billing, questions to ask your cloud provider, and more for LTN's latest Tech Digest.


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WL Sneak Peek: Know Your Cyber Risks

Cybersecurity is not an issue solely for big firms with big clients who do big deals, says Frazer. It’s an issue for solo practitioners, small and medium-sized firms, corporate counsel, and government lawyers. We all possess information that might be useful to our clients’ adversaries – or to any number of outsiders.


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Predictive Coding 4.0 – Nine Key Points of Legal Document Review and an Updated Statement of Our Workflow – Part Five

This installment, written by Ralph Losey, explains the e-Discovery Team’s latest enhancements to electronic document review using Predictive Coding. This series explains the nine insights behind the latest upgrade to version 4.0 and the slight revisions these insights triggered to the eight-step workflow. We have already covered five of the nine insights. 


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It's a Great Time to be a Junior Lawyer

Ahead of ‘FinTech, AI and online justice: what technology means for the next generation of lawyers’, Legal Cheek Careers caught up with Pinsent Masons’ director of knowledge and innovation delivery, David Halliwell, and the head of the firm’s fintech propositions, Luke Scanlon.

The pair shared their views about artificial intelligence (AI), the fintech revolution and the coming together of data science and legal services — and considered what opportunities these trends will create for lawyers-to-be.


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