Archive For The “Guest Post” Category

The 10 most important considerations for lawyers

By | December 27, 2015

… This is a guest post by Michael Kusznir a Trainee Solicitor who first posted it on LinkedIn Pulse on 15 December 2015 under the headline ‘6 months as a Trainee: what I’ve learnt and come to understand’. It caught my eye and I asked Michael if I could post it on The Time Blawg. […]

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Big law, small law, new law, old law… it’s bigger than that

By | April 8, 2014

… Guest Post by Ben Wightwick Firstly, thank you to Brian for inviting me to write a guest post as part of the Legal IT curve series. I was asked to contribute to provide the perspective of a legal IT vendor. Before I start, I must clarify that I am blending my vendor hat with […]

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Legal Technology is not all about tablets, cloud and getting there first

By | March 12, 2014

… Guest Post by Rupert Collins-White in reply to Brian Inkster’s post on Big Law is so behind the Legal IT curve Are big firms failing because they’ve not adopted certain technologies? When I was at uni one of my housemates read the I Ching (yes, the whole thing), but the only line I remember with total clarity from […]

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Big Law Little Law

By | March 5, 2014

… Guest Post by Mark Gould in reply to Brian Inkster’s latest blog post on The Time Blawg I am generally nervous about technology evangelism because evangelists tend to assume that their preference should be the same for all, without considering that different people have different needs and perspectives. The sterile debate between Mac fans and Microsoft […]

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Dr Who Christmas Special: Jottings for the Time Travelling Lawyer

By | December 28, 2011

… Guest Blog Post by Adam Manning A brief, but handy, guide to aspects of the Law of the Time Lords and other cosmic civilizations with additional notes on the Dalek legal system particularly as it pertains to employment matters. Given the ten million years of total and absolute power the Time Lords of Gallifrey […]

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