Internet Newsletter for Lawyers, July/August 2017 Stephen Mason: how electronic evidence is brought into legal proceedings
D.Casey Flaherty of Procertas is sceptical about intelligent robot lawyers
Stephen Ward of Clerksroom describes Billy the robotic junior clerk
Susan Hallam explains how/when to use competitive keyword advertising
Delia Venables asks What are chambers' websites really for?
Alex Heshmaty explains the concept of digital legacies and what to do
Nick Holmes looks at DoNotPay, "the world's first robot lawyer"
Here are the major legal journals, now offering most of their material online:
Law Society Gazette provides a
very extensive site with a wide variety of information and news.
There are a vast number of events described (in summary) and typically over 4,000
legal jobs advertised.
There is information on all Law Society Publishing titles, e-books and selected key works
from other legal publishers as well as the "Library Knowledge Base",
the Law Society's library catalogue.
provides daily news as well as the full content of each week's issue.
There is a good search facility.
Solicitors Journal has current news, as well
as features and in depth topics. This is
basically a subscription publication (approx £240 per annum) but there is some free access
on a trial basis.