Failure to practice law has become the latest problems afflicting young and inexperienced tech-savvy lawyers.
In a marketing move intended to make the federal reporter citation system “more modern and socially interactive,” Thomson Reuters plans to rename its F. Supp and F.2d citators to “Fed Personal” and “Fed Personal Plus Pro.”
The Nobel Prize in economics has reportedly been awarded to Gary Carruthers, the creator of the complex economic formula that is used to price Westlaw products randomly, a Swedish legal publication is reporting.
With potentially massive legal ramifications, scientists in Nova Scotia have identified the portion of the male human brain that lies fallow when the person’s wife is within earshot. The finding comes after three years of study into the odd human behavior that was informally known as “the dude cloud.”
Legal practice management and technology experts are predicting “continued strong growth” in the new legal subspecialty known as “is the iPad a good tool for lawyers,” according to a report released yesterday from Shiny Things Daily.
The catastrophic failure of a law firm’s cloud-based storage solution led to the release of deadly “binary rain,” seriously injuring eight attorneys at the firm and causing widespread gawking in downtown Chicago. It was the fourth incident in the last week of a catastrophic cloud-based software failure.