Articles Worth Reading

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For your information needs and reading pleasure, check out the following articles:

  1.  3 Ways to Improve Collections and Get Cash Flowing;
  2.  10 Tips for Creating Winning Trial Visuals;
  3.  Chadbourne Votes Out Partner Behind Gender Bias Suit;
  4.  Congress Tells SEC to Rein Itself in With CHOICE Act 2.0
  5.  Five Capabilities We Need Now to Lead and Manage Change;
  6.  Free AI Legal Tech Tool LISA Launches to Protect Entrepreneurs and Students;
  7.  Good Management Predicts a Firm’s Success Better Than IT, R&D, or Even  Employee Skills;
  8.  Here’s How I Complete My To-Do List Every Day;
  9.  In First, Fourth Circuit to Livestream Travel Ban Hearing;
  10.  Lawyers in Flow:  Get Out of Your Head and Into Your Case;
  11.  Legal Whiteboard Ceasing Publication;
  12.  Let’s Talk About Half-Hearted Innovation;
  13.  Make Motions More Powerful by Writing Openers that Focus on “Deep Issues”;
  14.  Should You “Facebook” the Jury?  Yes. No. Probably.;
  15.  Tales of Doom and Gloom Can Help Win Cases;
  16.  Technology Tools for the Art of Legal Marketing;
  17.  The Complete Guide to Office 365 for Law Firms;
  18.  The Information Governance Evolution From the Insider’s Perspective;
  19.  Top 100 Verdicts 2016:  Juries Return Four Billion-Dollar Awards;
  20.  Video Depositions May Come of Age in the Cloud Era; and
  21.  Why Artificial Intelligence Can’t Compete With Humans, and Vice Versa,

Happy reading!

About Lisa Smith-Butler

Lisa is the Associate Dean for Information Services at the Charleston School of Law, Sol Blatt Jr. Law Library. She teaches Advanced Legal Research & Children & the Law.
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