Legal technology

83% of readers don’t wipe their phones before travel

83% of readers don’t wipe their phones before travel

Lawyer explains why that’s a problem

Audio tracks of lawyer-client chats accidentally exposed

Audio tracks of lawyer-client chats accidentally exposed

Privilege was not waived, court says

Ryerson innovators set cutoff for lawyers to fix family law crisis

Ryerson innovators set cutoff for lawyers to fix family law crisis

Ryerson University’s Legal Innovation Zone is launching a new tool to help lawyers address the access-to-justice issues that plague the family law system.

Firms need data to back up their prices, say experts

Firms need data to back up their prices, say experts

With clients expecting more price transparency, law firms need to get better at using data, experts said on Tuesday.

Here’s how big firms pitch new tech to partners

Here’s how big firms pitch new tech to partners

It’s a mistake to focus only on junior lawyers when pushing out a new technology product, said experts at a May 28 legal innovation panel.

Registry to find lost wills launches

Registry to find lost wills launches

A lawyer-led Toronto startup is hoping to help people find the lawyers who have their lost wills. NoticeConnect will launch the Canada Will Registry on May 27, a tool to help law firms upload and manage the wills in their vaults and help people search for them.