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Dewey B Strategic: Bloomberg Law Takes on the Titans: An interview with Lou Andreozzi, Chairman of Bloomberg Law
Dewey B Strategic: Bloomberg Law Takes on the Titans: An interview with Lou Andreozzi, Chairman of Bloomberg LawInterview with Lou Adreozzi on Bloomberg Law.
Post from iPhone J.D. - how many attorneys use iPhones and iPads.iPhone J.D.July 11, 20112011 ABA Technology Survey suggests around 300,000 U.S. lawyers use an iPhone, around 130,000 use an iPadEvery year, the ABA Legal Technology Resource Center conducts a survey to gauge attorney use of legal...
Greg Lambert does a really good job explaining the new eGroups in AALLNET in this post on 3 Geeks and a Law Blog.
Brief post from the Legislative Reference Library of Texas blog regarding finding session laws and signed bill copies from the recent regular session of the Legislature.
Seen in an email from AALL this morning, also from the PLL-SIS LinkedIn group.Group: American Association of Law Libraries Subject: We are delighted to unveil On Firmer Ground, a blog that seeks to promote the VALUE of Law Firm Librarians. The PLL Executive Board is proud to be part of an exciting...
Seen in InfoWorld.comJuly 01, 2011How a big law firm replaced laptops with iPadsA prestigious law firm outfits its attorneys with Apple iPads and finds it's worth the significant effortEarlier this year, New York-based law firm Proskauer completed a massive technology redesign that would make...
AALL has announced the winners for the various awards that will be handed out during the 2011 conference in Philadephia. For a sneak peek, go to http://www.aallnet.org/main-menu/Member-Resources/AALLawards.
Lisa Salazar of 3 Geeks and a Law Blog ponders social media, linking between various social media sites, and how the Internet is similar to the human body. She also briefly discusses several new social media apps for smart phones.It's a fairly long post, but well worth reading. Bonus: she presented...
Our bloggers meeting at AALL will be on Monday, July 25th at 5:30-6:30 pm at the McGillin's Olde Ale House at 1310 Drury Street, a few blocks from City Hall and a few blocks from the Conventional Center. We have a spot in the Bar and reservations are under: AALL Bloggers. For all interested in...
I know I've mentioned these before - but the University of North Texas Libraries have some pretty good digital collections. One of these collections consists of reports from the Congressional Research Service (CRS), which otherwise can be difficult to find. There are reports dating back to the...