Subject Index Law and Technology

Artificial Intelligence and the Authentic Attorney

By Ed Finkel
February
2024
Cover Story
, Page 18
Dipping your toes into AI? Don’t lose the human touch.

Boon or Bust

By Ed Finkel
August
2023
Cover Story
, Page 18
Generative artificial intelligence holds much promise for lawyers, but hazards are everywhere. Proceed with caution.

Worthwhile Speedbumps

By Christopher DiPlacido
May
2023
Article
, Page 26
The road to electronic hearings and remote witnesses—Supreme Court Rules 45, 46, 101, 241, and 455.

The AI Dilemma

April
2023
Column
, Page 8
While ChatGPT may be of use to lawyers, it may also present ways to escape accountability.
2 comments (Most recent April 7, 2023)

Afraid to Ask?

By Ed Finkel
March
2023
Cover Story
, Page 24
ChatGPT won’t replace you, but it just might be of assistance.
1 comment (Most recent April 3, 2023)

Proceeding Remotely

By Amelia Buragas
January
2023
LawPulse
, Page 10
Illinois Supreme Court adopts long-term policy for remote proceedings.

Digital Forensics

By Ed Finkel
February
2022
Cover Story
, Page 18
How the rich amount of data on mobile devices is hiding in plain sight.

Sign, Sign Away

By Ray Prather
November
2021
Article
, Page 24
Three new laws provide the most significant changes to electronic documents and signatures in more than 20 years. Illinois attorneys have an obligation to understand these new laws and how to incorporate them into their practices.

The Other Side of the Screen

By Burke Bindbeutel
August
2021
Article
, Page 28
Understanding a client’s experience of communications technology and legal proceedings.

The Art of Negotiating Online

By Ed Finkel
June
2021
Cover Story
, Page 22
Veteran negotiator Marty Latz shares tips for negotiating online and how it’s different than negotiating face-to-face.

Perils of Wisdom

By Paige Tungate
June
2021
Article
, Page 32
Providing legal advice and information in online forums and social media.

Remote Jury Selection & Keeping the Doors of Justice Open

By Terry A. Mueller
June
2021
Article
, Page 28
Lessons learned from an attorney who participated in Illinois’ first remote civil jury trial.

When a Courtesy-Copy Email Is Not OK

June
2021
Article
, Page 13
Reflections on problematic courtesy-copy emails to judges.

No, I Am Not a Cat

By Charles J. Northrup
April
2021
Column
, Page 50
When to be as quiet as a mouse on Zoom.

Are E-Signatures E-nough?

By Daniel C. Katzman
March
2021
Article
, Page 28
Examining the legal enforceability of electronic signatures in different areas of law and the importance of implementing this technology for attorneys.
2 comments (Most recent March 12, 2021)

Can You See It? Predicting an Augmented Future for Illinois Attorneys

By Alexander E. Porter
June
2019
Article
, Page 38
Augmented reality technologies and the inherent legal issues that arise from them.

Is Cryptocurrency the New Swiss Bank Account?

May
2019
Article
, Page 18
Why bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are easy to hide and difficult to value.

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