An effort to close the communication gap between legal technologists and the lawyers and called legal professionals they serve.
This post is for lawyers and allied legal professionals who are not legal technologists but want to understand some of the basic principles of constructing and operating an effective litigation management system.
The development of legal profession software —more specifically the forging of sophisticated litigation matter management systems, has been one of my core vocational functions for a period of time far longer than I wish to admit. See Post 108 (discussing my initiation to legal in the legal department of Bristol-Myers Squibb). It is particularly important to master and adopt advanced software of this nature when attempting to manage some of the more expansive civil litigation issues of our time (e.g., Roundup, Juul)
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