Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Internet Newsletter for Lawyers January/February 2014

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

In this issue
  • Social media – Boyd Butler demystifies Google Plus
  • Privacy – Eduardo Ustaran discusses how we can best balance the need for privacy against data exploitation
  • Conveyancing – Nicholas Fluck, President of the Law Society, describes the development of the online Conveyancing Portal
  • Lergal services – Who should you be afraid of in 2014? Delia Venables and David Gilroy assess what's changed
  • Marketing – Simon Goodlad of Websites for Law Firms on why your website should be developed as a marketing tool
  • Social media – Claire Cavanagh at EJ Legal shows how LinkedIn can be used to best effect for law job seekers
  • Languages – Susan Isaacs describes the best online resources lawyers can use to learn foreign languages

Online extras
  • Technology – Charles Christian on what Microsoft means in a post-Windows world

Access the Newsletter online at http://www.infolaw.co.uk/newsletter/.

The RSS feed of latest articles is at http://www.infolaw.co.uk/newsletter/feed/.

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