The latest issue is out Law Practice Today, the monthly digital magazine of the ABA’s Law Practice Division, and the focus is on legal technology. I had the privilege of serving as issue editor for this issue, so I hope you’ll take a look.
The theme is timed to coincide with the upcoming ABA Techshow March 16-19, so the issue includes a preview of this 30th-anniversary edition of Techshow written by chair Steven J. Best. Other featured articles include:
- Ashley Madison and the Deep (Sometimes Dark) Web, by Sharon D. Nelson and John W. Simek.
- Five Unexpected Ways the Cloud Can Support Your Practice, by Joe Kelly,
- Keeping Up with the (Tech) Joneses, a panel on how lawyers can keep up moderated by Nicholas Gaffney and featuring Andres Hernandez, Ari Kaplan and Suzanne Natbony.
- The Impact of Wearables on Lawyers’ Practices in 2016 and Beyond, by Nicole Black.
- How to Avoid Getting Stuck in a Technology Status Quo, by Rosemary Kupfert.
- Law Firm Cybersecurity Audits: Getting to Good, by Sherri Davidoff.
- The Quiet Revolution in Brief Writing, by Stephen T. Maher and Ana Romes.
In addition to those features, there are columns on topics such as legal accounting, lawyer burnout, making it rain, knowledge management, analytics, and more. So check out the full issue.