Monday, May 16, 2016

Internet Newsletter for Lawyers May/June 2016


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

In this issue

  • Data protection – Eduardo Ustaran asks whether the new US-UK Privacy Shield is adequate
  • Resources – Joe Ury describes four recent projects to broaden and supplement BAILII's existing collections
  • Security – Allan Carton of Inpractice proposes 10 steps you should take to achieve "cyber resilience"
  • Marketing – Sue Bramall of Berners Marketing on why to consider outsourcing your marketing and how to go about it
  • Resources – Delia Venables offers a selection of the best blogs of use to lawyers, derived from her web pages
  • Social media – Sir Henry Brooke describes how he uses Twitter and his blog for personal development
  • Devices – Alex Heshmaty summarises the issues arising from the practice of Bring Your Own Device
  • Data – Nick Holmes offers some tips on working with spreadsheets and data

Access the Newsletter online

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