Expert Systems in Legal Services

Challenge & OpportunityOne of us Neota Logicians recently joined Georgetown Law Professor Tanina Rostain and Littler Chief Knowledge Officer Scott Rechtschaffen to talk about expert systems in the...

Technology & The Future of Law

A forecast in four actsOne of us Neota Logicians recently joined compatriots from the innovation wing of the legal tech industry to talk (and even think) about the likely effects on law practice of what...

Neota Logic at ILTA 2014

Expert Systems + The Future of LawNeota Logic participated in two ILTA 2014 panels: Expert Systems, with Tanina Rostain of Georgetown Law and Scott Rechtschaffen of Littler; and The Future of Law, with...

The Fastcase 50

An ecosystem of innovation in lawWith two of our co-founders among the Fastcase 50’s (Michael Mills 2012 and John Lord 2014), we decided this morning to have a fresh look back and around at our 198...

Legal Services Renovation

A report from the job sitePoor old law. She needs to be reinvented, reborn, coded, hacked, futured, normalized, and lifted up by angels.  But … in the meantime, we have work to do.  Think...

Access to Justice & Technology

Everyone, anytime, anywhere“Eighty percent of low income people have trouble obtaining legal representation or otherwise accessing the civil court system to protect their property, family, and livelihood.”...

What Will The Lawyers Do Now?

Dancing With Robots, The Second Machine Age, and The Hammer SongsFifty years ago, long before Google taught cars to drive themselves and started buying up robotics companies, the Ad Hoc Committee on the...

Law Students Hack for the Employment Justice Center

Is technology rewiring the legal industry? That question is too big to answer. But we do know that technology is making a real difference in real cases.  The Employment Justice Center is a Washington,...

Dissing Disruption

Somewhere along the road from the start of ReInventLaw Silicon Valley on March 8 to the end of the ABA Tech Show on April 6, part of the law futures blogotweetosphere has come down with disruption fatigue....