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Traact, a cloud software provider focused on legal operations management, announced its official launch on Wednesday, emphasizing its centralized platform of legal tools.
When it comes to client work, lawyers are intrigued by the possibilities of artificial intelligence, but they're expecting lower demand for guidance on environmental, social and governance matters, a new survey out Wednesday shows.
Contract lifecycle management company Agiloft Inc. announced Tuesday the start of a new partnership with risk and financial advisory firm Kroll that Agiloft hopes will drive adoption of its platform.
With money and prestige going hand in hand in the world of BigLaw, we highlight the firms that reported more than $1 billion in gross revenue in the most recent calendar year.
The metric of profits per equity partner — often referred to as PPP — has been one of the primary stand-ins for prestige in BigLaw going back decades. However, a growing chorus of voices have pointed to the measure's flaws, insisting that there are better indicators of success and clout.
Clients flock to firms with prestigious reputations, and so does top talent. Here are this year's Law360 Pulse Prestige Leaders — the 100 firms the industry recognizes for their prominence, power and distinction.
Now more than ever, BigLaw firms depend on the strength of their brand to land clients, attract recruits and justify top-shelf hourly rates. But in the world of the 24/7 news cycle, where any slip-up can instantly go viral, how do firms manage their prized reputations?
North Carolina-based King Law requires that its staff use ChatGPT for some tasks, and its managing partner says it's improving access to justice.
Annie Haggar was an English literature major who chose to become a "non-technical" cybersecurity lawyer. Half a world away Daniel Di Maria was a private attorney who saw the future in legal tech. Their passion for law and technology led them both to start their own businesses that now work together.
SpotDraft, a provider of contract life cycle management software powered by artificial intelligence, announced on Monday the hiring of a former Coinbase and Meta legal operations director to serve as its chief operating officer.
London-based legal software company Lawtech 365 Group said Monday that it is looking to invest in legal tech startups, an announcement that comes as artificial intelligence is being integrated into legal processes.
Legal tech experts have many tips for paralegals about how they can protect their jobs from generative artificial intelligence — systems that produce written and visual content — and those tips share one underlying message: Embrace the technology.
A promotion to partner or election to practice group chair means a slew of new responsibilities and also lots of well-deserved recognition. Law360 reveals the list of attorneys whose commitment to legal excellence earned them highly coveted spots in the law firm leadership ranks. Find out if your old legal friends — or rivals — moved up in the third quarter of this year.
Nearly 80 law firms have been recognized for having 2023 partnership promotion classes that consist of at least 50% women, with a new report Friday highlighting those shops that have had a continued growth in the number of promotions for women attorneys overall.
Paladin has announced the launch of a Legal Services Advisory Council that will help guide the pro bono management platform on its product development and connections with the broader legal community.
Female Native American attorneys still face significant hurdles in starting and navigating their careers, from a lack of financial resources to apply to and attend law school to pervasive levels of bias and harassment, according to a new study on their experiences in the legal profession.
A pair of legal technology startups both secured early-stage investments this week.
Vanderbilt Law School has launched a new lab aimed at exploring and experimenting with how the generative tools referred to as artificial intelligence can affect access to justice, law practice and legal education.
The end of October marked another action-packed week for the legal industry as a historic BigLaw firm voted to dissolve and others expanded their practices. Test your legal news savvy here with Law360 Pulse’s weekly quiz.
Many attorneys' career paths reflect, and reproduce, early inequalities they may have confronted across race, gender and class distinctions, taking the form of wage gaps and more limited opportunities for advancement at their workplaces, according to a new book that followed thousands of lawyers through the first two decades of their careers.
OpenAI fired back at a defamation suit from a radio host and gun rights activist in Georgia state court this week, arguing that his complaint about being implicated in a fake, ChatGPT-produced filing missed every single requirement of a defamation claim.
Latham & Watkins LLP has accused an unknown scammer of registering 38 domain names to impersonate the firm and one of its attorneys as a means of defrauding clients over email, according to a complaint filed in Virginia federal court this week.
JusBrasil Ltd., a legal technology company based in Brazil, secured an investment of $86.1 million, according to a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday.
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP is testing and deploying legal tech startup Orbital Witness' generative artificial intelligence assistant Orbital Copilot across its real estate practices in the U.S. and U.K., joining other law firms that have adopted generative AI tools.
No-code technology provider Bryter announced on Thursday the hiring of a managing director to oversee its continued expansion into the North American market.