Faulkner’s Practical Web Strategies for Attorneys – Maximize Your Browsing Experience: Toolbars, Bookmarklets, and Extensions
Frederick L. Faulkner IV recommends a range of applications, easy to install and use, that extend the versatility and enhance the value of your browsing experience as you search the web throughout the course of the day.
Donna Cavallini and Sabrina I. Pacifici’s updated PowerPoint presentation provides researchers and marketing professionals with a selective guide to resources that will facilitate and maximize your CI tracking, monitoring, and current awareness program.
Does the idea of visiting a law library in another country or participating in an work exchange interest you? If so, Katie Thomas has some great resources to assist you in facilitating this experience.
Matt Schruers and Jonathan Band comment on a recent opinion addressing the fair use implications of Internet file-sharing by end users.
LLRX welcomes the return of intrepid research and reference experts Jan Bissett and Margi Heinen, whose suggestions in this column focus on efficient communications, establishing and maintaining productive professional relationships and as always, providing effective, comprehensive services.
Conrad J. Jacoby discusses the important role of the project manager, and how critical oversight allows this individual to anticipate and identify potential problems quickly so that they can be resolved without derailing the case.
This month Paul Jenks provides an inside view of the most visible and widely recognized function of Congress: the hearing, for which he identifies three distinctive types: informational hearings, oversight or investigative hearings, and confirmation hearing.
Faulkner’s Practical Web Strategies for Attorneys: Is Your Web Site Successful? Tips and Techniques to Get More Out Of Your Web
Frederick L. Faulkner IV recommends how firms of all sizes can effectively leverage their websites through a process of evaluating basic design and content criteria that significantly impacts user response.
Peggy Garvin describes the capabilities of a customizable free web service that lets you build your own little search engine by choosing up to 25 sites to search at once.