Seems as if everyone talks about innovation in law. But what does it really mean?

At the upcoming annual conference of the American Association of Law Libraries, Jean O’Grady, author of the Dewey B Strategic blog, is moderating a panel on embracing sustainable innovation.

To help the panelists better understand what innovation means in law

As director of applied innovation at UC Hastings College of the Law, Alice Armitage oversees two innovation-focused projects at the law school: LexLab, a multifaceted innovation program for students, startups and the broader legal tech community; and Startup Legal Garage, a program offering free legal assistance to early-stage technology and biotech companies.

LexLab

Litify, a law firm practice-management technology built on top of the Salesforce.com platform, has raised Series A funding of $50 million in a round led by Tiger Global Management, the company said this morning.

The company will use the financing to create a product for corporate legal departments, as well as an “off-the-shelf” product

The legal research company Casemaker is today introducing a major redesign of its legal research platform called Casemaker4, with a more modern and responsive design, more intuitive navigation and faster search.

The new version is available to all subscribers beginning today. Upon log-in, the platform will continue to default to the prior version, but the

Dean E. Sonderegger, a veteran of both the legal and software industries, today was named senior vice president and general manager of Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. (LRUS).

A division of Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory internationally, LRUS encompasses legal markets, legal education, healthcare compliance and reimbursement, corporate compliance and international products.

Sonderegger,