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Via the LLRX.com, the following are the newest additions: Mass Incarceration and the “Degree of Civilization” - By Ken Strutin [The author] states that incarceration is when a person loses their freedom pending trial or by serving a sentence – and mass incarceration is when millions of people are imprisoned and kept there based on a […]

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LLRX.com, Law and Technology Resources for Legal Professionals, is an excellent source of new or updated information about the law and technology. Those that are interested may subscribe to updates via RSS feed. The following are some of the new additions and updates:

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Recently added to the LLRX.com collection is a column by Ken Strutin, Juror Behavior in the Information Age.  We all have heard of jurors not being able to disconnect from their digital worlds while serving as jurors.  We blogged about this issue once before, Twitter by an iPhone While on Jury Leads to Mistrial. Ken […]

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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 […]

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Published on April 21, 2010, the new addition to the LLRX.com titled The Government Domain: New & Free Regulations Trackers, by Peggy Garvin, highlights few online resources that make the federal legislative information available in new ways. Those include the following: GovTrack.us OpenCongress.org RegInfo.gov Regulations.gov Federal Register OpenRegs.com FedThread.org Regulations Tracker from Justia Cornell e-Rulemaking […]

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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 […]

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Published on March 7, 2010, by LLRX.com (Law and technology resources for legal professionals), Ken Strutin has put together a guide to DNA Identification Evidence in Criminal Prosecutions. In criminal cases, there have been challenges on sufficiency grounds and concerns over the use of forensic DNA evidence as the sole or primary proof of guilt. […]

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New Additions to LLRX

Law and technology resources for legal professionals (LLRX.com) added new guides to its collection during the October month of 2009. The following are some of those included: Pretexting, Legal Ethics and Social Networking Sites (By Ken Strutin) Competitive Intelligence – A Selective Resource Guide – Updated and Revised October 2009 (By Sabrina I. Pacifici) Legal […]

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On July 27, 2009 Peggy Garvin published an article on LLRx.com titled The Government Domain – Congressional Documents on FDsys: the Basics. Peggy Garvin of Garvin Information Consulting is author of The United States Government Internet Manual 2006-2007 (Bernan Press) and Real World Research Skills (TheCapitol.Net). The U.S. federal government’s content shop, the Government Printing […]

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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 […]

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