Monthly archives: July, 2009

Blackberry Apps for Lawyers

Nicole Black highlights an assortment of Blackberry applications for research, document management, mobile communications, music, dictation and more – all of which would benefit just about any law practice.

Subjects: Gadgets/Gizmos, Legal Technology, Mobile Technology, Product Reviews, Software

Seeking Bypass: What Will Ultimately End Confidence in the Necessity of Parental Involvement Laws?

Public interest law advocate Diana Philip’s commentary focuses specifically on the multifaceted, complex and challenging issues that encompass the dichotomy between reproductive health care and rights available to adult pregnant women and pregnant minors. Diana’s position includes references to seminal legal cases as well as to selected scholarly literature in the field of juvenile reproductive health.

Subjects: Free Speech, Freedom of Information

LLRX Book Review by Heather A. Phillips: The Little Red Book of Wine Law: A Case of Legal Issues

Heather A. Phillips recommends this slim volume as it provides an engaging and accessible introduction to American wine law and history that will broaden the reader’s appreciation of the wine industry. Though short and non-technical, this book is suitable for a surprising number of library collections.

Subjects: Columns, Legal Research, LLRX Book Review

Green Files: Green Resources and Sites on the Internet

Marcus P. Zillman provides a comprehensive, wide ranging listing of web based green resources and sites, inclusive of home and business related information.

Subjects: Features, Internet Resources - Web Links

Five Things Lawyers Should Know About Social Media

Lawyer, writer and blogger Nicole Black advises fellow professionals about important core techniques and goals to consider before jumping on the “social media” bandwagon.

Subjects: Features, Law Firm Marketing, Legal Technology, Technology Trends
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