Day archives: June 17th, 2002

Extras – Personal KM and Radio

Rick Klau is VP, Vertical Markets at Interface Software, Inc. A graduate of the University of Richmond School of Law, Klau founded the world’s first student-edited law journal to publish exclusively online, The Richmond Journal of Law & Technology. He is co-author (with Erik Heels) of a best-selling book about the use of the Internet in the legal profession, and is co-author of a regular column in the ABA Law Practice Management Magazine on various topics relating to law and technology. Klau contributes regularly to his personal weblog. He can be reached by e-mail at [email protected].

Subjects: Blogs, Extras, Information Management

ResearchRoundup – Federal and State Election Resources — Updated

Kathy Biehl is a member of the State Bar of Texas and co-author of the Lawyer’s Guide to Internet Research. Formerly in private practice, she is an author, researcher and consultant in the New York City area.

Subjects: Election Law, ResearchRoundup

Latest Links

By Margaret Berkland

Margaret Berkland is the president of Data Vision Design, Inc., which specializes in providing IT solutions to the legal community. Founded in Fredericksburg, VA in 1989, Data Vision Design, Inc. provides services that include: applications development, business process design, applications integration, electronic file tracking and, access expedition. Prior to becoming the president of DataVision Design, Inc., Margaret was the Info. Resources Technology Specialist for McKenna & Cuneo .

Published June 17, 2002

Subjects: Internet Resources - Web Links, Latest Links

Features – Adobe Acrobat For Lawyers

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By Ernest Svenson

Ernest Svenson was born in New Orleans, but spent four years attending high school in the Republic of Panama. He returned to New Orleans in 1977 to attend Tulane University, where he received a B.A. in Philosophy in 1980. He entered Loyola Law School in 1982, and was graduated cum laude. He was a teaching assistant for several professors, a member of the National Moot Court team, a member of the Law Review editorial board, as well as participant in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program. After graduation, Ernest spent two years clerking for the Honorable Adrian G. Duplantier in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana, where he learned the intricacies of federal procedure. He also learned the proper method of preparing blackened redfish.

Subjects: Adobe Acrobat, Features

Features – The Children's Internet Protection Act: The Recent District Court Decision in Context, for Librarians and Library Pat

The Children’s Internet Protection Act: The Recent District Court Decision in Context, for Librarians and Library Patrons

By Mary Minow

Subjects: Cyberlaw Legislation, Features, Internet Filtering

Reference from Coast to Coast – Revisiting Jury Instructions (Part 1) – Alabama through Mississippi

Revisiting Jury Instructions (Part 1): Alabama through Mississippi

Welcome to Reference From Coast to Coast: Sources and Strategies, a monthly column written by Jan Bissett and Margi Heinen.

Subjects: Court Resources, Reference from Coast to Coast
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