[NOTE: I wrote the first version of this article in 2010. The article was one of the earliest practical articles on digital estate planning and, in its own way, was influential. It is also one of many of my articles that can no longer be found on the web because of publisher website issues.
MoBar Lex Port Legal Tech Conference – October 3 & 4
If you will be in the St. Louis area on October 3 and 4, there’s a great legal tech conference called Lex Port that the Missouri Bar Association is putting on. In just its second year, Lex Port has a great schedule of programs, national legal tech speakers (Mike Downey, Ben Schorr, Jeff Taylor and…
The Return of Kennedy-Mighell Report Podcast – Four New Episodes
Tom and I have rebooted our podcast after a brief hiatus with four really good new shows, a second channel and what feels like a bright future for the podcast.
First of all, we’re grateful to Adam, Trent, Keoki and the team at the new Legal Talk Network for keeping LTN going and keeping our…
Planning for Your Digital Estate – My New ABA Journal Tech Column
My August ABA Journal tech column is called “Of Sound Mind: Make Plans for Your Digital Estate.” The column provides a quick overview of and some practical pointers for the increasingly-complex issues and questions that arise in handling our digital assets after we can no longer manage them ourselves.
I’ve been fascinated by…
Catching Up on The Kennedy-Mighell Report Podcast – Recent Episodes
It’s time to get caught up on recent episodes of the Kennedy-Mighell Report podcast on the Legal talk Network.
I have a big batch of podcasts in this list, and some very good ones. It’s also a good time to remind you that you can subscribe to the podcast in iTunes and receive new…
Recent Kennedy-Mighell Report Podcasts: The Legal Tech Multiverse and Digital Manners
Tom Mighell and I have recorded two more episodes of The Kennedy-Mighell Report podcast since I’ve last posted about podcasts on this blog. They are now available on the Legal Talk Network and on iTunes, with an RSS feed here.
Our last two episodes:
Missing Manners for the Digital Age (#56)