Rochester Law Digest

The Rochester Law Digest is an independently owned and operated bi-monthly publication covering recent decisions and opinions from all the New York appellate courts, as well as articles of general interest to the legal community.

You can  stay informed about recent appellate decisions from across the state by reviewing their bi-monthly Digest and  “Just Released” page. You can also sign up for their bi-monthly digest and email notice of updates to their “Just Released” page.
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UPDATE:
To all those who recently signed-up, thank you for your interest in the Rochester Law Digest mailing list.  The “Just Released” page of the website www.rochesterlawdigest.com was updated on April 27th, 2013, with summaries of selected Appellate Division and Court of Appeals cases released last week. The next issue of the Digest will be out on May 1 and I hope to include summaries of any decisions that are released next Tuesday (April 30) in the Digest.  The next update of the “Just Released” page of the website will include cases released between May 1st and May 3rd.  I hope you find the summaries (and Digest) useful.

Bruce Freeman

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Big Ideas About The Future of Law in 6 Minutes – LexThink.1 2013 – Legal Ease Blog

Allison Shields makes it easy to find and watch this year’s Big Ideas:

The videos from this year’s LexThink.1 presentations have been posted.

In case you don’t know about LexThink.1, it’s an event that is usually held in conjunction with the ABA TECHSHOW. LexThink.1 takes place the evening before TECHSHOW begins.

Here’s the format: 10 speakers, each with only 6 minutes to speak on a particular topic related to the future of law practice (this year’s theme was “Disruption”), and each presentation includes 20 slides (which are automatically advanced every 18 seconds by the event host, not by the presenters themselves).

 

Read more: http://legalease.blogs.com/legal_ease_blog/2013/04/big-legal-ideas-in-6-minutes-lexthink1-2013.html#ixzz2RiQIdnVj

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