Over the last semester, I’ve been teaching two classes at Michigan State University College of Law, one called AI and the Law and the other called New Technologies and the Law, and a class at University of Michigan Law School called Legal Technology Literacy and Leadership. All three classes pushed me to keep up-to-date with
Aadya – Cybersecurity for Smaller Law Firms and Businesses
As I’ve taught classes on cybersecurity, it has struck me how difficult it is for small law firms, and small businesses in general, to protect themselves against cybersecurity threats. It’s difficult to find resources, help, and tools. Doing it right feels like it would be expensive, if you were able to find someone you could…
My Update on February 13 Michigan State University Shootings
I wanted to ask my readers to keep the entire Michigan State University community in mind after February 13 shootings. I’ve found the aftermath to be difficult and challenging.
As part of my coping process, I have intentionally chosen not to write about these matters, and I expect to continue to adopt that approach.
The Launch of the Law Department Innovation Library
Just Released: New Edition of The Lawyer’s Guide to Collaboration Tools and Technologies
#Collaboration is the hottest topic in #legaltech today! We all must find smart ways to work together.
And, just in time, Tom Mighell and I are pleased to announce the publication of the new edition of our classic book on collaboration tools and technologies: The Lawyer’s Guide to Collaboration Tools and Technologies, Work from Home…
Flash Sale on Kindle Version of My Successful Innovation Outcomes in Law Book
Summer is here and the time is right for innovating in the law.
From today until June 13, the Kindle version (only) of my book, Successful Innovation Outcomes in Law: A Practical Guide for Law Firms, Law Departments and Other Legal Organizations is on sale on amazon for the too-low-to-resist price of US$4.99.
Legal Innovation as a Service (for law departments only)
Summer is here and the time is right for . . . Legal Innovation as a Service for law departments only.
I’ve wrapped up my grading for my classes at University of Michigan Law School and Michigan State University College of Law for the semester.
I’m planning to largely take the summer off and concentrate…
Michigan State U Supply Chain and the Law Panel – April 7
Supply chains have certainly gotten our attention in the last few years. You might be surprised to learn that there is a growing area of practice in supply chain law to address the many complex issues that arise out today’s lengthy and surprisingly-fragile supply chains.
I’m pleased to be the moderator for a panel discussion…
How to Support DennisKennedy.Blog
I have watched and listened to so many pledge drives on PBS and NPR over the years. I occasionally get a question about how to support this blog. I’ve ruled out pledge drives, thankfully for you and for me.
Recently, I noticed that Sabrina Pacifici of the fabulously-useful and highly-recommended blog, BeSpacific, had a…
Episode #300 of The Kennedy-Mighell Report Podcast
Tom Mighell and I launched our podcast in 2006. We joined the Legal Talk Network and have just published episode #300. We could probably claim many things about the podcast, but we’re OK with calling it “the longest continuously-running podcast on legal technology.”
Because surprisingly few podcasts even make it to 15 episodes, let…