Tomorrow: Presentation on the Ethics of the 21st Century Law Office

I’m a great believer in using technology in the practice of law. Law firms are (or at least sure should be) far more efficient and effective than they were just a few years ago, and it’s largely due to technological tools that allow more work to be done better for less cost. Using technology ethically and effectively, thereby delivering better and less expensive service to our clients, is one of the things that we believe sets apart our firm from many others. … Continued

The Robina Conference

This morning I’m back at my alma mater, the University of Minnesota Law School, for the Robina Institute of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice‘s annual conference. It’s an all-day event at which the participants are some of the top criminal law professors in the country as well as other smart people who spend their days thinking about the criminal justice system. This year’s theme is Paying for the Past: The Consequences of Criminal Convictions. I’ve been to previous Robina Institute … Continued