Friday, July 04, 2014

Internet Newsletter for Lawyers July/August 2014

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

In this issue
  • Law reporting – Paul Magrath looks at the changing needs of practitioners and explains how ICLR is responding
  • BYOD – David Flint of MacRoberts provides guidance on framing a BYOD (bring your own device) policy
  • Electronic evidence – Stephen Mason, barrister, explains electronic evidence which depends on understanding the digital realm
  • Blogs – Joe Reevy of Legal RSS asks whether blogs are, or can be, any use to law firms
  • Contempt – Judith Townend considers the propects for a proposed court reporting restrictions database
  • Resources – Delia Venables provides a guide to key US legal news sites, legal organisations and resources
  • CPD – Details of our new 2014 Legal Web CPD courses for solicitors and barristers

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