10 Tips for Lawyers on LinkedIn

Article Written by the Clio Team for’s blog. Original article can be found here:  LinkedIn is one of the most powerful social networking tools available for lawyers, thanks to its unique concentration of professionals prepared for networking. According to the American Bar Association’s 2016 Legal Technology Survey, nearly 80 percent  of law firms maintain a[…]

SRA Speaks Out Against Misuse of NDAs

Article written by Tom Baker for Legal Business Online. It was originally published on 12th March 2018 and can be found via: With the profession rocking from multiple allegations of sexual harassment against law firm partners recently, the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has today (12 March) taken action to combat the misuse of non-disclosure agreements (NDAs). In a[…]


Carillion investors mull legal action

Shareholders are exploring legal action against Carillion in the wake of the company’s collapse as pressure mounts on the former directors and its auditor to answer questions about its demise. A leading litigation fund told The Daily Telegraph that it had fielded calls from shareholders demanding an investigation into the ­business, amid accusations that its directors had[…]


Honour Killings

As “dynamically interrelated” concepts, the maintenance of honour and the evasion of shame can be perceived as a cyclical process – “honour relates to the behaviour expected of members of a particular community, while shame is associated with transgressions against these expectations”. As a public display of patriarchal power, underlying these killings is the often[…]


The big questions around automation

Technology is evolving so fast that sometimes it’s hard to comprehend the enormity of what’s now possible. In just a few years, we’ve grown used to having a world of knowledge in the palm of our hand, instant connectivity with nearly anybody around the world, and the power to broadcast our thoughts to thousands of[…]


2018 will usher in the green cryptocurrency revolution

Blockchain technology will help eco businesses and consumers to transform financial markets. Headlines sounding the death knell of fossil fuels and the internal combustion engine do not quite add up to the birth of a global green economy. For that, we need green money as much as we need clean technology. Far too often, buying[…]


New rivalries emerge as law firms race to innovate ahead of GDPR deadline

New regulation is often said to stifle business. The opposite is happening for legal services providers in response to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which will kick in next year. The GDPR changes how companies that do business in Europe can share and store personal data. It is also providing a glimpse into what a legal[…]


Riding Post-Brexit E-Discovery Growth, Morae Global Offers RelativityOne in UK

The demand for managed e-discovery services heats up across the Atlantic as the UK gears up for a split from the EU, and the upcoming GDPR Reviewing a potential array of new national laws while tackling current and upcoming EU regulations is leaving many U.K. attorneys without moment’s rest. So it’s little surprise that managed legal technology services companies[…]


In-house lawyers: Are scorecards the answer for law firm collaboration?

In-House lawyers have put collaboration, communication and clarification with partner firms at the top of their to-do list. At an early morning roundtable in London The Lawyer, in conjunction with HighQ, gathered with a number of prominent figures in legal operations to discuss the big trends and how the relationship between businesses and firms has evolved.[…]