Thursday, November 07, 2013

Internet Newsletter for Lawyers November/December 2013

The latest issue of the Internet Newsletter for Lawyers is now published.

In this issue
  • Websites – Angela Huck describes how Burnetts developed and launched their e-commerce site to sell legal documents online
  • RSS – Nick Holmes explains why RSS matters and offers some tips on discovering useful feeds
  • Search Engines – Alex Heshmaty describes the importance of algorithms and the intent of Google's Hummingbird
  • Marketing – Catherine Bailey of Bar Marketing offers advice on event planning for both real and virtual events
  • Social Media – Amanda Millmore of Legal Training looks at developments in cases regarding use of social media
  • Blogging – Profiles of blogs that are legal resources providing a high level of commentary and analysis of developments in the law

Online extras
  • Social Media – Simon Bowers of Bancmedia provides a guide to how the more popular networks can work for law firms.
  • Legal research – Mark Debenham of Justis Publishing asks whether the current system of law reporting is adequate (to follow).
  • Content Management – Charles Christian on why law firms need to start using tools to curate their content better (to follow).

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