Month: October 2018

CPD and continuing competence for 2018 – do it online now!

We can (again) help you complete your continuing competence requirements this year. Our Internet for Lawyers CPD 2018 competence service guides you, via online articles and exercises, through the legal resources and tools available, helps you understand the internet and the legal issues it raises and assists you in the practical application of internet services […]

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LEAP’s new Litigation Centre of Excellence

Delia Venables questions Christina Grzasko of LEAP about the firm’s new Litigation Centre of Excellence Q: What role do you believe technology can play in the delivery of litigation work? A: Litigation is a very public working space as you stand or fall in front of your peers and clients on your feet in court. […]

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New professional benchmark for software vendors

Legal Software Suppliers Association (LSSA) has introduced an enhanced code of conduct which all member companies have agreed to adhere to. This code of conduct is a commitment to law firms from LSSA member companies of the high standard of professional excellence they can expect to receive. The code is backed by the Association’s disciplinary […]

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Important blog on cyberlaw topics

TechnoLlama is a very powerful blog from Dr Andrés Guadamuz, Senior Lecturer in Intellectual Property Law at the University of Sussex and the editor in chief of the Journal of World Intellectual Property. The blog covers several Cyberlaw topics, with emphasis on open licensing, digital rights, software protection, virtual worlds, and llamas. He says “While […]

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