Legal technology

iPads in Court – A Good Idea?

by Networks First March 26, 2013 Law

Following last month’s announcement  that Scottish prosecutors are trialling a scheme that will see lawyers using iPads during cases, I thought I’d have a look at the (often bumpy) history of relations between law and technology. First of all though, a quick update on the scheme: £310,000 iPad Pilot Scheme Scottish courts are moving with […]

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Advances in interactive legal documents

by evolvedlegal April 30, 2012 Business Development for Law Firms

Tesco law – yes we have all heard of the threat to law firms from big companies with massive budgets and business know how but is there a bigger threat being largely overlooked ? The thing about legal services in general for things like wills, conveyancing, employment law and many other areas is that the […]

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KEMP keeps emails flowing at international law firm Hill Dickinson

by Legal Author March 1, 2012 Legal Technology

International Law firm Hill Dickinson LLP is using a pair of KEMP LoadMaster 2600 appliances at its primary data centre  in Liverpool to ensure high availability and resilience for its new Microsoft Exchange 2010 messaging environment. With more than 190 partners and 1,300 staff operating from offices in Liverpool, Manchester, London, Chester and Sheffield to […]

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