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The Main Course: 5 Things You Should Know this Week
Law Firms Aren't So Innovative, Says New Survey. The results of the Closing the Innovation Gap Survey show that only 4% of corporate counsel believe "a lot" of innovation has happened in law firms the last 3 years.
Akerman's Data Law Center team becomes Actuate Law: a group responsible for creating a novel legal tech center at an AmLaw 200 firm has split off to build expert systems without "Big Law bureacracy."
Coding Knowledge at Georgia State: a few law students and their professor have been attempting to ‘code judges’ (among other things) to predict future outcomes and decisions.
Federal Judiciary Misused PACER Fees: a report from Law Sites Blog on $200 million misspent.
UK Firm Allen & Overy Recruits Legal Tech Talent by introducing a new "law tech training contract" aimed at STEM grads (with or without legal backgrounds!).
Play Ball! In honor of opening day, here is my favorite essay on baseball: the late Bart Giammati's "The Green Fields of the Mind."
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