With the Internet of Things Comes the Internet of Law

The IoL, like the IoT, is an interconnectedness of laws in self-effecting systems.

The important evolutionary point will be that we expect computers to take off our backs mundane, tedious tasks and do them without bothering us. We only want to know about the exceptions.

Equity Should Have a Role in the Internet of Law

Solving Client Problems Includes Efficiency


Rethink the Practice

Essays on Change in the Legal Industry from Seyfarth Shaw LLP

Ken Grady

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Ken Grady

Writing & innovating at X of people, processes, & tech. Adjunct Prof & Research Fellow MSU Law, @LeanLawStrategy; https://medium.com/the-algorithmic-society.

Rethink the Practice

Essays on Change in the Legal Industry from Seyfarth Shaw LLP