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The Main Course: 5 Things You Should Know this Week
What would an Amazon.com law firm look like? Ed Walters from Fastcase digs in.
Pro Bono as a Playground for Legal Tech Tools: Dorna Moini of HelpSelf Legal on learning tech tools by doing pro bono, then applying that knowledge to paid work.
Tech CLE requirement in the Tarheel State? The North Carolina State Bar Council has adopted a proposed rule amendment mandating one hour of tech CLE per year. It's up for comment now.
Online Divorce Application in UK: a new self-help form is debuting to streamline the divorce process in (un)Merry Ol' England. As Reed Smith's Alex Smith pointed out, it's notable because it was built the right way, too!
Autonomous Vehicles and the Law: the Artificial Lawyer's summary of a fascinating conversation at Stanford CodeX on what driverless cars will mean for the legal field.
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