Tag Archives: Robert Ambrogi


ClearViewSocial, an app designed by attorney Adrian Dayton, to get lawyers sharing online, was unveiled last Thursday at the Legal Marketing Technology Conference  West.  According to the ClearViewSocial site, the app is designed to allow law firm marketers to email … Continue reading

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Articles Worth Reading

 Several articles caught my eye today and are worth reading.  Check out: Robert Ambrogi’s Top 10 Product Announcements at the ABA Techshow Marketing Legal Services in a Brave New Internet World Differences Between Information Governance and Records Management Don’t Get Discouraged, … Continue reading

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  Stanford Law School alumni, Tony Lai and Pieter Gunst, are launching a new platform, LawGives.com, to sell pre-packaged legal services to consumers.  LawGives.com will match attorneys with clients while enabling clients to shop for “packages of standard legal services.”  … Continue reading

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Check out CourtListener, a non-profit website that makes cases and accompanying alerts available, at no charge, to legal researchers.  Developed by Michael Lissner as part of his thesis in 2010 for his degree at the University of California, Berkeley School … Continue reading

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The Future of Law

Richard Susskind, UK author, advisor, and lawyer, has written extensively about the intersection of technology and the practice of law.  Susskind began exploring the impact of technology upon the practice of law with his 1996 book, The Future of Law.  … Continue reading

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