Category «Westlaw»

A Matter of Trust: Why the Time is Right to Adopt the Uniform Electronic Legal Materials Act (UELMA) in Florida

In this article, Law Librarian Patricia Morgan brings our attention to a group of prominently related issues on electronic legal research whose application are critical for attorneys, librarians and courts. In an era where cost-cutting has become increasingly important, there already exists an untapped resource related to legal research. More and more resources exist online (some exclusively). It has been a long time since the introduction of the Internet, but it is finally going to prove instrumental in reducing the cost of legal research. It is time to come to terms with the fact that most legal material should be readily available electronically and that there must be a way to verify that the material is authentic. As Morgan queries and answers – Uniform Law, Anyone?

Subjects: Government Resources, Legal Education, Legal Research, Legal Technology, LEXIS, Online Legal Research Services, Westlaw

Notes from the Tech Trenches: More on Factiva; Summer Training Ideas

More on Factiva; Summer Training Ideas

Subjects: Legal Research Training, LEXIS, Notes from the Technology Trenches, Summer Associate Programs, Westlaw

Notes from the Technology Trenches – StatutesPlus: New Features for Statute Research on Westlaw

StatutesPlus: New Features for Statute Research on Westlaw

Subjects: Notes from the Technology Trenches, Westlaw

Features – Technology Bunny Hop: Two Bits Forward and One Byte Back

Technology Bunny Hop: Two Bytes Forward and One Byte Back

By Roger V. Skalbeck

Subjects: Email, Features, LEXIS, Technology Trends, Westlaw
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