The law practice management company Clio today unveiled Clio Accounting, providing legal-specific bookkeeping and accounting as an add-on to U.S. customers of its Clio Manage platform.
I have not had an opportunity to see a demonstration of it, but Clio said in an announcement that it includes features to sync information from Clio Manage to log transactions within a
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In a further expansion of the CoCounsel AI legal assistant it acquired last year through its purchase of Casetext, Thomson Reuters today unveiled CoCounsel Drafting, a document drafting tool that works within Microsoft Word and that leverages both the generative AI capabilities of CoCounsel and the practical content of Practical Law.
Launching today in the U.S. and with rollouts
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The law practice management company LEAP Legal Software is today introducing three artificial intelligence features built directly into its all-in-one practice management platform – including one with a unique human-in-the-loop twist.
“LEAP’s AI solutions are not here to replace lawyers or the work they do, but support and complement their expertise by allowing them to focus on the work that
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Citators — tools that validate whether a case or statute is still good law — have always been an essential component of a full-featured legal research platform. But in this age of AI-generated hallucinations, they may be more important than ever before.
Just two products have long dominated the legal research market as the gold standard of citators: Shepard’s from
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The American Arbitration Association today announced the launch of a set of application programming interfaces (APIs) designed to enable parties with multiple arbitration cases to streamline their case administration.
The APIs will allow parties to send and receive documents, file new cases, and track case-related activities.
For firms that may not have robust technology infrastructure or resources to implement APIs,
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Jacqueline Schafer, the founder and CEO of Clearbrief, was inspired to start the company based on her own experiences as a litigator and appellate advocate. A pivotal moment for her came in an asylum case she was handling pro bono, when her ability to point the judge to critical evidence that supported her arguments saved her client from
Continue Reading LawNext Podcast: How Clearbrief Helps Lawyers Find the Best Facts to Support their Writing, with Founder Jacqueline Schafer 

As law firms face pressure to head into mediation earlier and earlier, junior associates feel the need to hit the ground running quicker than ever before. The new AltaClaro training series is hoping to speed up the process with real-life litigation simulations.
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Last October, during its annual Clio Cloud Conference, the law practice management company Clio announced its plan to roll out an e-filing service, called Clio File, during 2024, starting with Texas, which would make it the first law practice management platform with built-in e-filing. Today, it delivered on that promise, launching Clio File for e-filing in Texas courts.
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Valerie McConnell, senior director of customer success at Thomson Reuters, gives Legal IT Insider a demonstration of the functionality currently available within generative AI research platform CoCounsel. McConnell talks us […]
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Last week, KKR, a major global investment firm, announced that it had entered into an agreement to acquire a majority stake in Agiloft, the contract lifecycle management company. As part of the deal, the growth equity firm FTV Capital, already an Agiloft investor, is making an additional investment, and another growth equity firm, JMI Equity, is joining as a
Continue Reading As KKR Acquires Majority Stake in Agiloft, An Interview with the CLM Company’s CEO Eric Laughlin