LawTech Camp London 2012: In Tweets

In my last post I reviewed LawTech Camp London 2012. I finished that post with a promise to do a follow up post highlighting tweets from the Conference. I find tweeting at conferences a good way to record salient points for future reference and often it results in widening the debate amongst others who are…

LawTech Camp London 2012 Reviewed: Time to Push

  I have been to a couple of legal technology conferences already this year (LawTech Futures 2012 and Lex2012) but the recent LawTech Camp London 2012 stood out from those as somewhat unique in its format and content. The Conference was organised by and a collaboration between Michigan State University, University of Westminster Law School,…

A visit to my law firm’s cloud

… In my last post I looked at when your law firm’s cloud turns dark. I finished that post by stating that the management of the data centre had invited me on a tour of the data centre. This post will look at that visit. George Blair from Denovo Business Intelligence and I had an…

Law Firm in the Cloud

… In January I predicted that we would see a greater take up amongst lawyers of cloud computing in 2011. Perhaps this was a self fulfilling prophecy because my own law firm, Inksters Solicitors, has just moved all of our IT systems into the cloud (Law in the Cloud). This includes our e-mail, Word Processing,…

Future Law: IT Predictions for 2011

… … What will 2011 bring to the future of IT and the law? I have already seen a number of predictions by others so this will probably end up being a review of those together with my own tuppence worth thrown in for good measure. Most of the predictions I have seen come from…