Reshaping Legal Education to Match the New Normal, by Jon M. Garon; ABA Legal Rebels Blog While this article discusses methods by which legal education can be remodelled to train lawyers for the 21st century, it also contains information on courses and skills that today’s student can use to reshape their own legal education while in [...]
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Among the most recent additions on LLRX.com, are the following research guides: A Compilation of State Lawyer Licensing Databases Compiled by Andrew Zimmerman and Trevor Rosen. Although this guide focuses on websites that help you determine whether a lawyer is currently licensed to practice in a particular state, there are many other kinds of state-specific [...]
Published on March 6, 2010, by LLRX.com (Law and technology resources for legal professionals), Nicole L. Black has put together a summary outlining what is cloud computing, particularly cloud computing for lawyers. [C]loud computing makes it possible for your data and software platforms and services to be stored offsite, in the “cloud”. Online services of [...]
Via Robert Ambrogi’s LawSites, I am pleased to announce that you can now earn CLE credit for listening to Lawyer2Lawyer, the weekly legal-affairs podcast I cohost with J. Craig Williams. Our podcast and all 15 of the podcasts produced by the Legal Talk Network are now available through the West LegalEdcenter.
FreelanceLaw.com is a national database of freelance attorneys, paralegals, and other legal professionals, offering their services to law firms on an independent contractor basis. FreelanceLaw has built up a database of over 1,200 freelance legal professionals nationwide that are currently working, or willing to work, for law firms on an independent contractor basis, and hold [...]
What is typography anyway? Should a lawyer pay attention to typography? Matthew Butterick suggests yes and here is why. First, what is typography? Typography is the art and technique of arranging type, type design, and modifying type glyphs. Type glyphs are created and modified using a variety of illustration techniques. The arrangement of type involves [...]
Posted in Professional Responsibility on Jul 30th, 2009
On July 11, 2009 Nicole L. Black published an article on LLRX.com titled Five Things Lawyers Should Know About Social Media. Nicole Black is an attorney in Rochester, New York and the founder of lawtechTalk, a company that educates businesses about emerging legal technologies and Internet and Web 2.0 technologies. [S]ocial media is a shift [...]
On June 30, 2009 Nicole L. Black published an article on LLRX.com titled Blackberry Apps for Lawyers. Nicole Black is an attorney in Rochester, New York and the founder of lawtechTalk, a company that educates businesses about emerging legal technologies and Internet and Web 2.0 technologies. As she writes it took some time to conduct [...]
For those who don’t know of JDSupra, take a moment to read one of our previous posts, JD Supra & Facebook. JDSupra recently introduced its Law Centers. All the donated documents are now organized into four categories by topics and areas of interest: Business Law Centers, Personal Law Centers, Government Law Centers, and Law Practice [...]
Via Legal Technology Blog, an article titled Nutmeg Lawyer Adds Spice to the Blawgosphere is about Adrian Baron, an attorney in New Britain, Conn., who writes rather amusing blog The Nutmeg Lawyer, a blawg discussing the trials & tribulations of law practice. Baron is a general practitioner and partner of Podorowsky, Thompson & Baron. He [...]