From Our Latest Issue
by Andrew Bull & Tyler Harttraft
Replacing the CD with a Cassette Tape and other Foundational Considerations Brought Upon by Remote Justice
by Renee Danser
‘Reaffirming the Superiority of Human Attorneys in Legal Document Review and Examining the Limitations of Algorithmic Approaches to Discovery’: Not So Fast
by Maura R. Grossman & Gordon V. Cormack
Humans Against the Machines: Still Reaffirming the Superiority of Human Attorneys in Legal Document Review
by Robert Keeling, Rishi Chhatwal, Peter Gronvall,
& Nathaniel Huber-Fliflet
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By Mimi Perka Last week, Facebook introduced Ray-Ban Stories – which are Facebook’s first generation of smart glasses. These glasses are equipped with dual integrated 5MP cameras, LED lights, open-ear speakers, and a three-microphone audio array that allow...
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By Mimi Perka Maybe you’ve used it to learn a new dance move, watch a funny video, interact with friends, or perhaps you have even tried your own luck on the app in pursuit of fame and fortune. The social media app, TikTok, became sensationalized during the...