Category «Extras»

Who Really Benefits From The Elimination of the Death Tax

Beth Wellington is a Roanoke, Virginia based poet and journalist. She is a contributing editor to the New River Free Press, a book reviewer for the Roanoke Times and a member of the Southern Appalachian Writers Cooperative (SAWC) and the Appalachian Studies Association. From 1980 to 1997, she was the founding Executive Director of New River Community Sentencing, Inc. in Christiansburg, Virginia and its predecessor, New River Community Action’s Community Sentencing Program. She contributes to both and Beth’s blog on culture and politics is The Writing Corner. Commentary: Who Really Benefits From the Death Tax

By Beth Wellington

Subjects: Congress, Extras, Government Resources, Legal Research

Extras – Short Takes: The 18th edition of The Bluebook is hot off the press

Lee Peoples, ALL-SIS Program Committee Chair and Associate Director for Faculty, Research and Instructional Services at Oklahoma City University Law Library.

Subjects: Extras, Legal Research

Extras – Short Takes: 50 Recommended Links for Legal Researchers

Sabrina I. Pacifici is the Founder, Editor, Publisher and Web Manager of (est. in 1996). For over two decades, Sabrina has been a law library director and legal researcher, and a legal newsletter editor/publisher and legal technologist since 1989.

Subjects: Extras, Legal Research

Extras – Emergency! Computer Tips to Help You When IT is Not Available!

Emergency! Computer Tips to Help You When IT is Not Available!

By Barbara Fullerton, Brian Neale and Roger Skalbeck

Subjects: Computer Hardware, Extras, Legal Technology

Extras – SLA 2002 – Maximizing Technology: Creative Intranet Applications

Maximizing Technology: Creative Intranet Applications Special Libraries Association Conference – Los Angeles June 11, 2002

Presentations by Nina Platt, Bob Sullivan and Cindy Chick

Subjects: Extras, Intranets

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