Bill Ogden of Farrar & Ball tells the story of the Alex Jones defamation trial and how his firm secured millions in compensatory and punitive damages.
Clearbrief, the award-winning, patented platform that brings AI into legal drafting in Word, announces its collaboration with Fastcase.
Emily Stedman of Husch Blackwell shares her real-world wisdom for associates on shaping their career choices, understanding how they can influence the filed brief, and the importance of open dialogue about lawyer well-being.
Roy T. Willey shares how he crafted a well-documented complaint to inform the public about a recall of hazardous peanut butter in their pantry.
Laura Genovich shares how she built a diverse, exciting practice while investing in mentoring new attorneys in legal writing.
With Clio and Clearbrief together, solo practitioners who are used to doing litigation tasks manually may be surprised that legal tech can give them greater freedom to make their business more profitable and less stressful.
To research a judge's writing style, familiarize yourself with their prior decisions, know the legal standard to be applied, and be prepared to distinguish your case.
Former Alaska AG Jahna Lindemuth developed her legal writing skills by studying redlines she received, and now mentors new attorneys in their legal writing craft.
Building off experience as a litigation associate and in-house counsel, Tyler Mesmer brings curiosity about the law and innovation to serve real estate clients.
From writing workers' compensation client opinion letters to mentoring new associates, Taylor S. Poncz talks about the importance of relationships in law.
Marshall Custer reveals common mistakes made by cannabis businesses from licensing and compliance matters to questions of tax and mergers and acquisitions.
From IP litigation to class action civil rights work, Carmen Bremer talks about the role of evidence in effective legal writing.
Boutique law firms often go up against big players. Hear how one attorney leverages AI and technology to level the playing field in her legal writing for patent law.
Former CIA officer Guillermo Christensen shares his tips for getting the most out of a witness interview and the first thing that in-house counsel should do to prepare for an internal investigation.
Child welfare advocates leverage federal funding with Title IV-E reimbursement to expand operations and scale legal representation using justice technology.
Latrice Latin leads a virtual personal injury litigation firm. She talked with us about pre-litigation drafting of medical record timelines and how to hire a remote paralegal.
Emily C. Ward conducts corporate internal investigations utilizing her e-discovery expertise and advises individuals facing white collar crime allegations.
You may have seen Taylor's 10 minute-long SNL performance, which was a first for SNL.
Interview with David DeVillers About Internal Investigations and White Collar Criminal Litigation
Automate the table of authorities with one click using Clearbrief for Microsoft Word without the need for manually marking citations.
Litigation support staff move cases forward and keep costs down for clients, and play a critical role in preparing litigation pleadings for e-filing with the court.
John Beesley is a seasoned Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and early adopter of cloud-based professional software. As a small business owner himself, he imparts knowledge to help law firms and small businesses thrive.
Understanding what your clients care about the most is key to getting stellar feedback from them on your briefs and memos.
The Importance of Narrative and Legal Writing
Clearbrief Launches with $1.2M in Seed Funding to Modernize the Justice System through AI that finds the best evidence for Legal Writing.
As lawyers, we see the chaos tangled in the complex, technical prose. We process it. We identify the cracks in the logic, the missing parts of our client's story. And we see the herculean question before us——how to write something within the formal and rigid confines of a pleading that can change hearts and minds.
This is the first in a series of regular posts where I’ll dive into an interesting opinion to understand which facts and sources of evidence had the most impact on the judge’s ruling.