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Debatable: Robo-Advisors are another heavy burden for the legal profession

  • August 16, 2016
  • Joseph Groia and Siobhan Mullan

This issue’s debate looks at the increasingly popular robo-advisor; used in financial services, robo-advisors provide wealth management advice based on an automated algorithm, in place of live financial advisors. Could this technology be successfully applied to legal services? Would it be a boon to the profession or a means to increase access to justice?

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Big Law Will Remain and Flourish

  • June 17, 2016
  • Josh Kubicki

JUST.’s newest column, ‘Debatable’, gives two lawyers the opportunity to battle through an interesting and provocative legal issue. Our first issue up for debate is one that has boiled the blood of many a lawyer in recent years: Is Big Law doomed or here to stay?

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The Jenga Don't Lie: Big Law Relies on the Whole of Its Parts

  • June 16, 2016
  • Mitch Kowalski

JUST.’s newest column, ‘Debatable’, gives two lawyers the opportunity to battle through an interesting and provocative legal issue. Envisioned as a friendlier “Hunger Games” or a cuddlier WWE match, we hope that this feature will elicit thought-provoking and competing views on topics of interest to practitioners.

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Devoted to Justice

  • November 19, 2015
  • Harold Levy

Investigator Brian King's 20-year pursuit of a killer.

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Bonnes Vivantes

  • July 01, 2015
  • Samantha Peters

Three lawyers who've created the perfect recipe with food and law.

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Making Pain Visible

  • April 01, 2015
  • Jason F. Katz and Nga T. Dang

The 2014 film Cake brought public attention to the shattering reality of chronic pain. How lawyers must do the same within the legal system.