Robert Ambrogi, Above the Law

Robert Ambrogi

Above the Law

Rockport, MA, United States

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New ABA Report: Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About The Legal Profession But Didn’t Know Where To Ask

The report provides insights on lawyer demographics, earnings, diversity, pro bono service, legal education, use of technology, well-being, and discipline. → Read More

In Toronto, A Legal Robot Reveals Its Innards

ROSS Intelligence is making a smart move in opening its product for anyone to try. → Read More

For Legal Research, Brief Analysis Is The New Vogue

Just in the last 10 days, two major legal research companies have launched brief-analysis tools. → Read More

Can A State Copyright The Law? SCOTUS Will Decide

What makes the case difficult is that the publication at issue falls in a grey area between two well-established lines of precedent. → Read More

California Task Force To Vote This Week On Sweeping Changes To Legal Services Delivery

The most cutting-edge aspect of the proposals is to allow entities to deliver legal services even when no lawyer is in the mix. → Read More

Ethics Opinion Misses The Mark On Tech Competence

The technology that affects the practice of law is not just the technology used by lawyers. It is also the technology used by clients. → Read More

It Is Time To Extend The Duty Of Tech Competence To Judges

Let those who set the conduct rules for judges issue a wake-up call. → Read More

New Report Underscores The Evolving Role Of Law Librarians

These days, law librarians are often considered their organizations’ technology gatekeepers. → Read More

Why EY’s Purchase Of Pangea3 Should Be A Wake-Up Call For Law Firms

What the Big Four already do better than most law firms is combine people, process, and technology to deliver legal services both effectively and at greater value. → Read More

New Judicial Analytics Platform Launches With $2M Funding

In a column here last December, I wrote about the growing market of legal technology tools devoted to litigation analytics, describing it as tech that can turn the tables in litigation. Making its formal launch today is a new entrant to that market, Trellis Research, a judicial analytics platform that claims to have the most-comprehensive database of California court records and that is… → Read More

On NetDocuments Roadmap: Embedding Governance Policies within Documents

The Achilles’ Heel for law firm and corporate data-governance policies is the end user. No matter the policies and procedures an enterprise adopts to protect its data, it takes just one careless employee to cause a breach. Recognizing this, the cloud-based email and document management company NetDocuments is developing an approach to protecting documents that does an end run around the end… → Read More

Small Firms, Small Bars, And Tech Training

The front lines in tech literacy training. → Read More

After 33 Years, The ABA TECHSHOW Remains Relevant And Essential

TECHSHOW remains one of the quintessential legal technology conferences in the United States. → Read More

Legal Tech For The Legal Elite: Observations Of Two Conferences

Conversations about innovation in legal technology and practice continue to be stuck in the same echo chamber. → Read More

Judge Penalizes Lawyers For Not Using Artificial Intelligence

It may not be the most significant opinion, but it may be a sign of things to come. → Read More

And Now, Presenting The 15 Winners Of The ABA TECHSHOW Startup Alley Competition

Welcome to Startup Alley! → Read More

Time To Vote: Pick The Finalists For ABA TECHSHOW Startup Alley

Which of these firms do you want to see at ABA TECHSHOW? → Read More

This Tech Can Turn the Tables in Litigation

Can you afford not to use these products? → Read More

Startup Alley Deadline Extended: Enter Your Startup For A Spot At ABA TECHSHOW

There's still time to get your company out there. → Read More

Dispatch From Russia: Legal Tech Startups Emerge, But Adoption Lags

Cyrillic doesn't do AI any favors. → Read More