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Abortion Harbach, Meredith Johnson. How (not) to talk about abortion. 47 U. Rich. L. Rev. 425-440 (2012). Bioethics Dunn, Catherine K. Student article. Protecting the silent third party: the need for legislative reform with respect to informed consent and research on human biological materials. 6 Charleston L. Rev. 635-684 (2012). Book Reviews Dutkiewicz, Adam. Book […]

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In London, UK, the Science Museum is to host a year-long Web-Lab exhibit by Google. This exhibit can also be access online at chromeweblab.com, making it the first truly 24/7 exhibit. The exhibit is free and online, and will remain open until summer 2013. Check it out for yourself and share your experience. Visitors to the […]

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Via beSpecific. The 2010 study of U.S. Public Libraries and the Use of Web Technologies by Zeth Lietzau & Jamie Helgren, publishes in April 2011, was funded through the Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) by the Colorado State Library, Colorado Department of Education. It’s well known that technology is changing at an increasingly rapid pace and that many […]

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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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To follow up on our previous post, the next two volumes: Litigation and Courtroom Technology (vol. III) and Web and Communication Technology (vol. IV) of the 2010 ABA Legal Technology Survey are now also available at the American Bar Association (ABA) website. Some of the highlight of the survey include: Courtroom Connectivity – Respondents report […]

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The ABA has recently released the 2010 Legal Technology Survey. [It] is an annual project of the ABA’s Legal Technology Resources Center (LTRC); the premier provider of information on technology and its use by the legal profession. The report comes in PDF format in six separate volumes. The first two volumes, Technology Basics (Vol 1.) […]

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The Science and Technology Blogs at the USA.gov has been recently updated by a new link to NASA blogs. Check it out yourself. Also, don’t forget you can subscribe to updates at USA.gov via email or RSS feeds.

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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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Via Telegraph.co.uk, Microsoft Windows 7 Will Cost £30 For Students. Microsoft is offering college and university students a reduced price version of its Windows 7 operating system. Both the Windows 7 Home Premium edition and Windows 7 Professional edition will be available for £30 each, compared to the normal retail prices of £79.99 and £189.99 […]

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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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