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The Main Course: 5 Things You Should Know this Week
The Important Interplay of Tech and Access to Justice: a terrific interview with Nicole Bradick that lays out the argument.
DOJ Closes Office for Access to Justice: another reminder that technologists and lawyers in private practice need to work on A2J because the government, at least within the Justice Dept., is no longer going to carry out this responsibility
Chief Innovation Officers: What do you do? Josh Kubicki on their expanding rolewithin law firms and the challenges that comes along with it.
Contracts and Legal Design: I really enjoyed this piece, which discusses the purpose of contracts and the benefits of designing them the right way.
In school, I learned that H20 only exists as steam, water, or ice. Turns out that was WRONG.
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