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Legal Loop: Is law school worth it in 2018?

I recently received an email from someone who was a few years out of college and was considering attending law school. He asked me if I would go to law school again and indicated that he’d received “mixed signals” from ...

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Legal Loop: Will robots replace lawyers?

Over the past year, there’s been a lot of talk about artificial intelligence (AI) and its potential, both negative and positive. Some tout an idyllic world where robots cater to the every want and need of humans. Others, like Elon ...

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Legal Loop: Alaska weighs in on risks of blind copying clients on email

In the mid-1990s, bar associations began to green light email, opining that lawyers could ethically use email to communicate with clients. However, that permission was granted with the proviso that as technology improved, alternate, more secure methods of digital communication ...

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Legal Loop: New York Court of Appeals on discoverability of Facebook messages

For litigators, social media platforms have increasingly become an invaluable source of evidence. So it’s not surprising that discovery disputes often arise regarding the scope of requests for social media-related information. Last month, one of those discovery disputes reached the ...

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