On the latest LawNext PR podcast, we feature news breaking today from legal tech startup Lawmato, which is relaunching its virtual legal consultation platform app with new and improved features.

As you will see in the podcast, one of the new features is the availability of immediate consultation. “We suspected, and our customers have spoken, that they value the
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On November 22, 2023, the lawsuit against Lizzo by three of her previous backup dancers had its first court hearing. Lawyers for both parties battled it out over allegations centered on whether Lizzo created a hostile work environment while on…
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After a week away for Thanksgiving, we are back live today at 3 p.m. with another episode of Legaltech Week, the show where a panel of journalists and bloggers discusses the week’s top stories in legal tech and innovation.
Among the stories on tap for us to discuss today:

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During the American Bar Association’s recent ABA Equity Summit, Torey Dolan, an attorney and scholar who focuses on Native American self-determination and political actualization, spoke on the slow growth of Native American attorneys in the law, especially in leadership positions.
“We just got here,” Dolan said of Native American attorneys finally securing seats at the table to weigh in on
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We at IAALS are among the many saddened by the passing of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor. A trailblazer in many regards, Justice O’Connor left an indelible legacy on our judicial system: one committed to fairness, equality, and the rule of law over gender or background, and to always seeking consensus, however divisive the issue.Born in 1930 in
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