Internet Newsletter for Lawyers

The Internet Newsletter for Lawyers covers how the internet presents the law, how it widens access to the law, how it is affecting society and the world we live in, how it is affecting legal practice, getting the best from your website and legal aspects of e-commerce.

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  • Nick Holmes explains the changes to CPD from the SRA and the BSB
  • David Flint describes cases relating to data protection & trade secrets
  • Mindy Gofton of I-COM shows how chatbots improve customer service
  • Lynda Minns helps independent practitioners become "IT secure"
  • Delia Venables describes software designed specifically for the cloud
  • Alex Heshmaty introduces the new General Data Protection Regulation
  • Kaplan Altior says that the legal industry shouldn’t wait for QASA
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  • Allan Carton explains the concept of "blended learning"
  • Susan Hallam describes the recent changes to Google AdWords
  • Chris Bryden and Michael Salter analyse the "snoopers' charter"
  • Graham Ross on the new ADR regulations, ignored by online retailers
  • Alex Heshmaty explains how Google Apps benefit office productivity
  • Delia Venables considers the new breed of "dispersed" law firms
  • Nick Holmes describes Twitter for newbies - & the more experienced
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  • Eduardo Ustaran asks whether the new US-UK Privacy Shield is adequate
  • Joe Ury describes recent projects to add to BAILII's existing collections
  • Allan Carton of Inpractice proposes 10 steps for "cyber resilience"
  • Sue Bramall of Berners Marketing considers reasons to outsource marketing
  • Delia Venables describes some of the most useful blogs for lawyers
  • Sir Henry Brooke describes how he uses Twitter and his blog
  • Alex Heshmaty looks at issues arising from "Bring Your Own Device" (BYOD)
  • Nick Holmes offers some tips on working with spreadsheets and data
  • Julian Bryan of Quill Pinpoint: 10 questions for an outsourced cashiering provider
  • Osman Ismail shows how DPS provides mobility without compromising security
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  • Graham Ross of the Mediation Room reviews ODR developments: now in the mainstream
  • Nick Holmes describes the blockchain - likely to have a profound effect on legal practice
  • Dr Eoin O'Dell of Trinity College Dublin on applying blockchain to the sale of digital goods
  • Emily Allbon of City Law School tells how Lawbore makes learning the law fun & relevant
  • Adam Woellhaf on how the (ancient) Middle Temple Library uses IT to keep up to date
  • Stephen Ward describes how Clerksroom Direct helps barristers deliver Public Access
  • Alex Heshmaty of Legal Words explains Big Data and the legal issues and opportunities
  • Richard Hugo-Hamman on Building LEAP as a global legal software company for law firms
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  • Paul Magrath describes how ICLR are developing their service by expanding coverage online only
  • Delia Venables looks at the most important sites for free current awareness legal resources online
  • Matthew Lancaster of Pracctice tells us about Free2Convey, the new free conveyancing portal
  • Gavin Ward of Moore Legal Technology provides his ten top tips for effective content distribution
  • Alex Heshmaty of Legal Words talks about driverless cars and some of the legal issues involved
  • Rosalind English describes the background and current activities of the UK Human Rights Blog
  • Nick Holmes offers useful guidelines & advice for working with documents sourced via the internet
  • Newsletter Feature Robin Chesterman describes building blocks for more intelligent legal research
  • Newsletter Feature Christina Grzasko suggests 4 strategies for building a healthy legal aid practice
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