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Legal Sector Seeing Tech Explosion

With legal tech penetrating many large law firms and law departments, is your company riding the legal tech wave? “The legal industry is experiencing an “explosion” of technology, Nitin Batra, global chief operating officer in…



Wolters Kluwer Uses AI to Predict What Will Become U.S. Law

Professional prognosticators step aside, AI is here to predict the future of law: “Global legal tech company and publisher, Wolters Kluwer Legal, has released an AI-powered predictive analytics capability that can assess a proposed bill’s likelihood of…



PwC launches Temporary Lawyer Service

More news from the accounting front, and it looks like they are continuing their expansion into legal: “Pricewaterhouse Coopers is launching a new service that will provide temporary lawyers for large in-house law departments. The…


Inhouse Lawyers Lag Law Firms on AI Use

In-house lawyers typically pride themselves on being just as competent as their law firm counterparts – but do they lag law firms on AI use? “A new survey of inhouse legal team use of AI,…


Vote for InhouseBlog as a Top Legal Blog!

Thanks to your nominations, InhouseBlog has been included in The Expert Institute’s Top Legal Blog Contest. Please head over to the voting page and vote for our blog. While you are there, check out all…


Big Four Accounting Firms Gaining Ground on BigLaw

For those of you fearing Artificial Intelligence, the Robopocalypse and the Singularity, there is something worse – the bean-counters are coming and they are gaining steam like a well-oiled espresso machine. Then again, maybe this…


Negotiating Your Own Salary – Even If You Hate To

You can fight tooth and nail negotiating to protect your organization in a deal or in material litigation, but can you fight effectively when negotiating your own salary? “Almost everybody has this problem. You can…