Legal technology

Queen’s Law to open consultation process to change name of Macdonald Hall

Queen’s Law to open consultation process to change name of Macdonald Hall

Move to change name stems from Sir John A. MacDonald’s role in residential school policy

Qase, Vexxit offer new business development websites for lawyers

Qase, Vexxit offer new business development websites for lawyers

Could online marketplaces — think the Ubers, eBays or Tinders of legal services — see a revival?

Mid-sized law firms could be in toughest position, says Thomson Reuters CEO

Mid-sized law firms could be in toughest position, says Thomson Reuters CEO

The comment was made in the Toronto legal tech company’s earnings announcement

Zoom, Clio, Dropbox and more: How lawyers are choosing tech tools in the COVID-19 era

Zoom, Clio, Dropbox and more: How lawyers are choosing tech tools in the COVID-19 era

Lawyers are looking to maximize the efficiency of their remote work — including the cost-efficiency

LEGALTECH: Tech is too overwhelming — and some lawyers are too stubborn, readers say

LEGALTECH: Tech is too overwhelming — and some lawyers are too stubborn, readers say

Poll says biggest hurdles for implementing technology in firms can be how people feel about change

All US law schools now use WestLaw Edge, says Thomson Reuters

All US law schools now use WestLaw Edge, says Thomson Reuters

The Toronto-based company had sales of US $617 million to legal professionals in the last three months of 2019