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    logo saying NEW Internet Newsletter for Lawyers - Read it online! (no password required) November/December 2014 issue:

  • Chris Davidson of Moore Legal Technology describes the concept of "content marketing" and gives some basic rules
  • Ann Hemming of LexisNexis describes how web technologies can improve document production processes
  • Daniel Kidd of Michael Lewin Solicitors shows how to set up customer review services and incorporate them on your site
  • Natalie Hearn of Matrix Chambers describes the new Matrix International brand and website
  • Paul Bernal reviews the situation 6 months on from the Google Spain "Right to forget" ruling
  • Alex Heshmaty of Legal Words looks at wearable technology and how it can be used by lawyers
  • Delia Venables reviews world-wide legal sites and how to use these to find legal resources in a less well known country
  • Thomson Reuters describes FindLaw UK: strategies for solicitors’ website success: visibility, design and content
  • Alistair King of Justis describes a new standard in legal research
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