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The Intersection Of Human Creativity And AI: A Legal Renaissance

Above the Law - Technology

AI's foray into the creative domain, producing works that rival human creations, has sparked a debate on the future of creativity itself. The post The Intersection Of Human Creativity And AI: A Legal Renaissance appeared first on Above the Law.

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Law Firms Level Up: Maximizing Profits with Trellis’ Federal Court Data APIs

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Imagine you’re a chef in a large, bustling kitchen. You need ingredients constantly to cook your dishes, but instead of running to the pantry yourself every few minutes, you have a dedicated assistant. This assistant knows exactly where every spice,… Continue reading → The post Law Firms Level Up: Maximizing Profits with Trellis’ Federal Court Data APIs first appeared on Trellis.Law Blog.

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Meeting Efficiency Expectations Of Corporate Clients With Gen AI [Sponsored]

Above the Law - Technology

The LexisNexis 2024 Investing in Legal Innovation Survey revealed an intriguing gap in expectations regarding the use of generative AI in law firms between corporate clients and law firm leaders. The post Meeting Efficiency Expectations Of Corporate Clients With Gen AI appeared first on Above the Law.

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The Trust Equation: The Most Important Formula for Developing New Business

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Jay Harrington | Clients are buying based on a promise you’ll deliver in a high-stakes matter, which is why trust is so vital. The post The Trust Equation: The Most Important Formula for Developing New Business appeared first on Articles, Tips and Tech for Law Firms & Lawyers.

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Visibility Into the Strategy & Supporting Documents of Major US Law Firms

Law Firm Intelligence by Trellis aggregates state trial court data across the Trellis platform enabling users to: look up a particular metric related to a specific law firm (such as, how many cases a law firm had or has against another law firm), and see the actual dockets and documents supporting the metric. Trellis data is maximized in a revolutionary and unique way to provide users an exclusive look into a law firm litigating in state trial courts.

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All Aboard! How To Get Intake Right In A Law Firm [Sponsored]

Above the Law - Technology

If your client journey is more like an off-road experience, this episode of the Non-Eventcast is for you. The post All Aboard! How To Get Intake Right In A Law Firm appeared first on Above the Law.

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Powered By An Added 18M Cases, Lex Machina’s New ‘Litigation Footprint’ Visually Maps Parties’ Litigation Historys

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A new tool from the litigation analytics company Lex Machina , which is owned by LexisNexis, allows attorneys to view visual maps of a party’s litigation history in order to help illuminate the party’s relationships and litigation trends that might not otherwise be obvious but that could be a factor in crafting a litigation strategy or pitching new business.

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Deepfakes are still new, but 2024 could be the year they have an impact on elections

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Professor Eileen Culloty explains how deepfake audio technology is at a level of sophistication that makes detection difficult. Deepfake videos still struggle with certain human features, such as the representation of hands, but the technology is still young, and the 2024 election is in the direct path of its use.

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Roblox Must Defend Illegal Gambling Claims–Colvin v. Roblox

Eric Goldman

[A reminder that I don’t do April Fools’ pranks.] The court summarizes the allegations: Roblox has a virtual currency designed for use on its platform called “Robux.” Users can buy Robux and exchange them on the platform for in-game experiences. Developers create in-game experiences, and when they make Robux selling those experiences on the platform, Roblox will let them cash out.

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Techniques for writing effective legal AI prompts

NSLT

Improve your AI output by including the right information and avoiding common pitfalls Our first post in this series provided an overview of how large language models (LLMs) work, the benefits and limitations of these models, and why the quality of their output depends on the quality of the prompts you give them. We also explained why evaluating and deciding how to apply LLM-powered tools requires a degree of AI literacy, or at least a fundamental understanding of how LLMs work.

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Incarcerated men sue DOCCS to view April 8 solar eclipse–Times-Union

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The six men, of varying backgrounds, argue that viewing the eclipse is part of their belief system By Steve Hughes The complaint filed Friday in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York alleges the six men will have their constitutional rights violated if they aren’t allowed to observe the eclipse from the prison yard , calling it a religious event they need to witness and reflect upon as part of their faiths.

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Stay On Top of Newly Filed State & Federal Litigation: Curated Just for You!

With Daily Filings Report by Trellis you will receive an email and csv file daily with all new cases filed in the jurisdictions you're tracking. Each new case will include all case metadata like judge, parties, counsel, practice area, and even direct links to the full docket and complaint. Trellis Daily Filings Reports provide direct access to newly filed state and federal litigation curated just for you.

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This New Catalog for Corporate Legal Teams (Or Any Legal Professional) Brings the Comical to Contracts

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A remote-controlled race car that redlines documents? A slingshot for launching litigation? A “Yes, But …” button for testing out your legal theories? These are just some of the products available through the new online store LawLawLand , launched by the contract management company SpotDraft. While oriented towards inhouse legal teams, the products could be the perfect gag gifts for any legal professional.

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The Register meets the voice of Siri Down Under–The Register

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Karen Jacobsen had no idea what she was getting into when she applied for a very odd job in 2002 Simon Sharwood In 2002 Australian singer-songwriter Karen Jacobsen was living in New York City when she was offered the chance to audition for a job that required a voiceover artist with a native Australian accent, resident in the north-east of the USA, to record a voice model that would be used for … nobody quite knew what.

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Techniques for writing effective legal AI prompts

NSLT

Improve your AI output by including the right information and avoiding common pitfalls Our first post in this series provided an overview of how large language models (LLMs) work, the benefits and limitations of these models, and why the quality of their output depends on the quality of the prompts you give them. We also explained why evaluating and deciding how to apply LLM-powered tools requires a degree of AI literacy, or at least a fundamental understanding of how LLMs work.

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New AV Preeminent Peer Rated Attorneys | March 2024

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Martindale-Hubbell, part of the Martindale-Avvo family, is proud to announce that the following attorneys have achieved a Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating, awarded to only those lawyers who have the highest ethical standards, legal knowledge, and professional ability. This rating signifies a large number of the lawyer’s peers have assessed their professional ability in a specific area of practice via a secure online survey.

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What Does a Court Clerk Do?

Clio

Also, Court clerks are indispensable members of the judicial system. Often considered the gatekeepers of justice, they handle an array of tasks—from scheduling trials to preparing legal documents and swearing in witnesses. While much of their work occurs behind the scenes, their impact is anything but insignificant. So, what exactly does it mean to be a court clerk?

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Steamboat Willie Sails into the Public Domain

The Barrister

For people who are lovers of Disney and the famed character, Mickey Mouse, the title, “Steamboat Willie” may be familiar. For those who may not know, “Steamboat Willie” was the title of the first successful short film Walt Disney created that included the first version of Mickey Mouse. [1] The short cartoon made its first appearance on November 18, 1928, at the Colony Theater on Broadway in New York City. [2] It is believed that the idea for using a mouse as a character was derived from a playfu

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Confidential Email Disclaimers: Everything You Need to Know

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Today, email has become the primary means of communication for businesses and individuals alike. The convenience of email, however, brings the risk of sensitive information falling into the wrong hands or being misused. This is where confidential email disclaimers come in to play a crucial role in the security of both client and firm data. In this comprehensive guide, we will explore the importance of email disclaimers, potential legal implications, the elements of an effective disclaimer, best

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New AV Preeminent Peer Rated Attorneys | March 2024

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Martindale-Hubbell, part of the Martindale-Avvo family, is proud to announce that the following attorneys have achieved a Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating, awarded to only those lawyers who have the highest ethical standards, legal knowledge, and professional ability. This rating signifies a large number of the lawyer’s peers have assessed their professional ability in a specific area of practice via a secure online survey.

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Iraqi survivors of Abu Ghraib torture to get day in court as landmark suit against contractor goes to trial –Center For Constitutional Rights

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On June 30th, 2008, four years after images of torture at Abu Ghraib horrified people all over the world, a group of victims filed suit against CACI, the Virginia-based private security company hired by the U.S. government to conduct interrogations at the prison. On April 15, 2024 after nearly sixteen years and twenty plus dismissal attempts by CACI, the case will go to trial.

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