Articles Worth Reading

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

  1. 5 Ways Legal and Compliance Teams Can Benefit from Office 365 Migration;
  2. 6 Ways Teaching a Law School Class Can Benefit Lawyers;
  3. 7 Secrets That Will Make You Build Good Habits;
  4. 10 Helpful Cheat Sheets for Web Developers;
  5. 2017 Harper Lee Prize Awarded to Boies Schiller lawyer’s novel “Gone Again”;
  6. A Court Verdict Raises the Pressure for Website Accessibility;
  7. Are We Kidding Ourselves About Improving Mental Health in the Legal Profession?;
  8. As Priorities Shift at DOJ, Health care Corporate Fraud Strike Force Gutted;
  9. Ashley Madison Settles Data Breach Allegations for $11.2M;
  10. Bloomberg Law Relaunches Corporate Practice Center with In-House Counsel Focus:  Compliance, Toolkits and Analytics;
  11. Choosing Status Over Love;
  12. Credential or Outcomes:  What’s the Fairest way to Assess Lawyer Performance?;
  13. Developing Employees into Leaders;
  14. DoNotPay Legal Chatbot Now Covers 1,000 Areas of the Law and Creates Additional Chatbots for Free;
  15. Innovation and the Fear of Trying;
  16. Lyft GC Kristin Sverchek Weighs Gig Economy’s Future;
  17. Mapping the Lawyers in the Trump-Russia Orbit;
  18. Navigating the New Sources of Electronically Stored Information;
  19. Nine Ways to Think Differently About Your Practice;
  20. NJ Says No:  Court Decision Renews Online Legal Services Debate; and
  21. Richard Susskind See “Rosy Future” for Law–If It Embraces Technology.

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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