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Navigating The Tech Tightrope In Law: A Blueprint For The AI-Driven Future

A strategic, purpose-driven approach is essential to navigate legal tech adoption's complexities successfully. The post Navigating The Tech Tightrope In Law: A Blueprint For The AI-Driven Future appeared first on Above the Law.

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Business-Brained Bookshelf Backing Bungles Breyer’s Being Seen Around A Bunch Of Books — See Also

Simon & Schuster Shouldn't've Succumb To Such A Move: In short, no free advertisement makes Breyer look bad. Law Revue Is Back!: Ready your submissions! Can't wait to see 'em! Sometimes You Don't Need To Think Like A Lawyer: Jonathan Harris shares his

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The morning read for Friday, March 29

Each weekday, we select a short list of news articles, commentary, and other noteworthy links related to the Supreme Court. Here’s the Friday morning read: Supreme Court abortion case brings 19th century chastity law to the forefront (Tierney Sneed, CNN)

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Dueling Legal Tech Lawsuits: Turns Out Exec Who Sued Former Company In NY Had Herself Been Sued By Them A Week Earlier In Dallas

A lawsuit reportedly filed in response to another lawsuit. The post Dueling Legal Tech Lawsuits: Turns Out Exec Who Sued Former Company In NY Had Herself Been Sued By Them A Week Earlier In Dallas appeared first on Above the Law.

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