I’ve made my third attempt at mapping out the various forms and shapes of meaning for when someone is talking about New Law or Alt Law. I added in virtual law firms, which I cannot believe I forgot since that was one of my first exposures to the changing world of legal practice due to technology.
Before you can know what the law is, you have to know where the law is. Sure, there’s myriad databases and publications available for any given corpus of laws, but what if you want “the official” version of the law? That should be pretty easy to determine
After thinking about it for a bit and incorporating suggestions from others, I’ve taken another stab at mapping out New and Alt law. I’ve also gotten a little bit better at the mapping software. As always, everything I produce here is Creative Commons licensed, so feel free to share/remix/reuse
Yesterday I spent a good chunk of my day following the twitter conversation around #lextech16, a one day conference
At the end of the day on Friday, Westlaw disclosed that they had found over 600 errors in the text of print reporters that they had published. In the email alerting customers to this discovery,<a
One of my favorite hobby horses to beat until it’s dead (and use in other mixed metaphors) is the idea that technology isn’t neutral. I got the perfect example of this this morning, so I thought I’d share.
My permanent home is in Indiana, which will be having its primary elections