Merima (Mary) Redzic has transitioned to legal tech.
The New JD – Making Your Law Degree Work for You recounts her experiences and describes the journey of transitioning within and out of the legal industry – while finding her true passion along the way. … More The New JD – a Book by Mary Redzic
It’s my favorite time of year: time to predict legal tech trends for the next year (don’t judge me). Here’s what we can expect in legal tech in 2017: Blockchain While Blockchain is in its infancy, as Bettina Warburg states in the Ted Talk below, the conversations and tests of its application will be a big … More 2017 Legal Tech Predictions
Looking for legal tech based on your practice area? Here are 7 great tools any lawyer can use. … More 6 Awesome Legal Tools Lawyers and Law Students Can Use
Whether you’re an in-house lawyer, in biglaw, a solo, or a law student, here are 50 (ok, 51) apps and sites you can use to be more productive and efficient: Need to jot down notes? Keep Evernote Can’t make your court appearance? Standin Local Lawyer App* Need Law Practice Management software? MerusCase (I work here!) Clio Lexicata … More 50+ Apps & Sites for Productive Lawyers
ChartaCourse A Legal Startup Review If you attended law school or simply Google the “cost of a JD” you know that your books can cost anywhere from $1500-$2500 per year. Although it doesn’t seem like much when you’re in school since you just use your loans to cover it, most of us didn’t think that … More ChartaCourse – The Casebook Replacement