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When it comes to technology, are courtrooms 'ignorant to the demands of the present?'

Grandjean shorthand machine, 1923. Photo by Rama via Wikimedia Commons.

Has technology outpaced the legal system’s rules?

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Researchers ask if robots can be paralegals and lawyers, get startling answer

Is this your replacement? Photo by Ewen Roberts via Flickr Creative Commons.

E-discovery software raises the concern that programs that could read and analyze legal documents better than humans would be cheaper than $35-an-hour paralegals (or $400-per-hour lawyers).

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New York Times arbitration series says shift in legal system not understood by lawyers

The New York Times has published a provocative series on the problems with legal arbitration. Photo by Bosc d'Anjou via Flickr Creative Commons.

A blockbuster NYT investigation: Arbitration Everywhere, Stacking the Deck of Justice.

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How Bill Cosby deposition ended up being reported by New York Times

Cosby is ordered to submit a new deposition in the next few months.

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Do lawyers take another hit in 'Go Set a Watchman' portrayal of Atticus Finch?

So many people have been inspired to practice law -- or social work or teaching -- by the portrayal of Atticus Finch in the book, set in fictional Maycomb, Alabama in the 1930s.

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