Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Internet Newsletter for Lawyers January/February 2015

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

In this issue
  • Access to Justice – Timothy Hill of The Law Society considers how technology is improving access to justice
  • Information law – Judith Townend introduces the new Centre for Law and Information Policy at IALS
  • Practice technology – Paul Richmond of Richmond Chambers describes the technology supporting his barrister-only ABS
  • Websites – Catherine Bailey of Bar Marketing helps us get to know the Google Analytics service
  • Social media – Mark Gould on how he uses social media for professional and personal development
  • Cloud computing – Allan Carton and Frank Manning of InPractice explain the options for cloud computing
  • Mobile computing – Alex Heshmaty of Legal Words describes the most useful apps for lawyers
  • Plus information on The Big Advice Survey and CPD changes for 2015
  • In an online feature Glenda Harding of Kaplan Altior describes the new undergraduate level legal apprenticeship

Access the Newsletter online

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