AI for lawyers: understanding and preparing for the future of law

The legal profession has a long history of keeping pace with technological advances. With the development and spread of artificial intelligence (AI), various professions have embraced the ability to automate tasks that humans once did. This shift has sparked anxiety among lawyers, who are concerned about losing their jobs to machines. But it’s becoming clear … Read more

Because Biglaw is not big enough: new market opportunities for new offices

I just think it’s a closely guarded secret that people are discovering, that it’s a great place to live and work. I am very curious, [with] the economy is shifting a bit nationally, if that affects the huge rush to open offices in Salt Lake. And I think that could very well be. — Steve … Read more

Looking to the future of web3

The internet is constantly evolving. In the early days, it was all about connecting people and sharing information. Then, with the advent of Web2, we saw the rise of social media and user-generated content. As we enter the Web3 era, what can we expect from this next phase? There are a few key things that … Read more

These companies have the nuances of the Delaware law on lockdown

(Image via Getty) Ed. Remark: Welcome to our daily Trivia Question of the Day section! Which five companies received the 2022 designation as Law360 Delaware Powerhouses? Tip: The firms range from more than 100-year-old regional firms that have been at the forefront of Delaware’s corporate law fame, to small—yet powerful—Biglaw outposts. See the answer on … Read more

Most law faculties of all

Nell Jessup Newton Ed. Remark: Welcome to our daily Trivia Question of the Day section! Next week, Nell Jessup Newton will become the interim dean of Wake Forest University School of Law. How many deanships will that make for Newton, the record for most deanships? Tip: Jane Aiken quits as dean at Wake Forest to … Read more

Naming the Paul Manafort investigation is actually a funny story

Paul Manafort (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images) Ed. Remark: Welcome to our daily Trivia Question of the Day section! According to the Wall Street Journal, what was the Manhattan District Attorney’s code name for the investigation into Paul Manafort, named after a character in a Will Ferrell movie? Tip: The state mortgage fraud case was dismissed … Read more

A disturbing number of congressmen voted against the codification of Griswold

(Image via Getty) Ed. Remark: Welcome to our daily Trivia Question of the Day section! How many congressmen — all Republicans, of course — voted against the right to birth control law? Tip: Today the House of Representatives voted to codify the right to contraception. Congress was spurred into action thanks to Clarence Thomas’ agreement … Read more

Best Biglaw Firm in the Midwest

Ed. Remark: Welcome to our daily Trivia Question of the Day section! According to the latest Vault ranking, which Biglaw firm received the highest marks as the best in the Midwest? Tip: The mega company may be best ranked in the Midwest, but they have 18 offices worldwide. See the answer on the next page.

Maybe Elon Musk shouldn’t have waived all those protections?

(by Heisenberg Media) Twitter has sued Elon Musk for running away from his plans to buy the company, and it’s hard to see how Musk will get out of this unscathed. Twitter’s deal attorneys negotiated a pretty rock-solid deal, Musk’s complaints elude basic logic, and Delaware’s law is outright against him. But other than that … Read more

The Best Biglaw Office in Florida

Ed. Remark: Welcome to our daily Trivia Question of the Day section! According to the latest Vault ranking, which firm Biglaw was ranked the most prestigious in Florida? Tip: The company traces its roots in Florida back to 1889. See the answer on the next page.