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Coding Bias Out of the Law

One of legal technology’s best success story is how quickly and ably most law firms were able to make the transition. However, for some, remote appearances pose new challenges such as effective access to counsel, signal interruptions, authentication and privacy.         Click Here To Read The Full Article

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Students From 52 Law Schools Boycott Seward & Kissel's Recruitment Over Alleged Conflict in Donziger Prosecution

“The unethical behavior of Seward & Kissel’s Chevron-linked prosecutors opens the door to future cases in which judges give private law firms the authority to prosecute the critics of multinational corporations—without disclosing their ties to those same industries,” the student letter issued to Seward & Kissel’s partnership says. Donziger, facing criminal contempt-of-court charges in Manhattan […]

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How I Made Partner: 'Form and Maintain Good Relationships. Deliver Good Work and Solutions,' Says Heather Ripley of Alston & Bird

‘between the pandemic and new administration, there has been and will continue to be a lot of new legal developments. Try to stay abreast of those developments and how they could affect clients—consider teaming up with others to provide internal or external guidance.’         Click Here To Read The Full Article

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