New sites and resources

Internet Newsletter for Lawyers September/October 2020

The latest issue of the Internet Newsletter for Lawyers is now published. In this issue: Social media – Shireen Smith asks “Is social media even worth it?” and suggests how you can build your brand with social media Facial recognition – Chrysilla de Vere of Clarkslegal considers the recent CA judgment on police use of […]

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FutureLearn / Law

FutureLearn provide structured online learning courses in partnership with hundreds of universities and other bodies. These cover all subject areas and range from short courses, through professional accreditation programmes, to university degrees. Courses are divided into “weeks” of prescribed activities. You can learn by watching videos, listening to audio and reading articles. Many of these […]

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Internet Newsletter for Lawyers July/August 2020

In the latest issue of the Internet Newsletter for Lawyers. Remote hearings – Paul Magrath of the ICLR considers how remote hearings have developed under lockdown and the effects on open justice Remote working – Alex Heshmaty asks two lawyers about the opportunities and challenges of remote working Hackathons – Matthew Terrell of vLex Justis […]

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SCL Student Bytes

SCL Student Bytes is an online content hub covering technology law, policy and regulation; and LawTech/LegalTech. It is run by and aimed at students and recent graduates interested in pursuing a career in law. Student Bytes is part of the SCL student programme. As well as ongoing contributed content there is a Glossary and an […]

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Internet Newsletter for Lawyers May/June 2020

The latest issue of the Internet Newsletter for Lawyers is now published. In this issue: Gill Steel of LawSkills explains how to optimise learning and development with technology Alex Heshmaty asks two expert lawyers about the implications of using tech to defeat Covid-19 Brian Inkster of Inksters describes how the firm adapted to being lock-down […]

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TL;DR – showcasing the best in legal design

TL;DR is a new resources site published by Emily Albon of The City Law School which showcases the best in legal design: “As law teachers we should be incorporating design principles into our work; in terms of how we present our teaching resources to our students, but also in terms of preparing them for their […]

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Remote Courts Worldwide

Law courts around the world are closing. Most countries are rapidly setting up facilities for remote hearings (by audio and video). To help accelerate this global transformation in court service, Remote Courts Worldwide is launched today. This service has been designed to help the global community of justice workers (judges, lawyers, court officials, litigants, court […]

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Internet Newsletter for Lawyers March/April 2020

The latest issue of the Internet Newsletter for Lawyers is now published. In this issue: Remote working – Allan Carton MD of Inpractice UK on coping with the current crisis, with insights from several other PMS suppliers Electronic signatures – Chris Bryden of 4 King’s Bench Walk discusses the validity of electronic witnessing of documents […]

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See You Out Of Court

See You Out of Court is a new podcast focusing on new ways to resolve disputes without burning vast amounts of money through the courts. The podcast will inform you of all the options to resolve disputes without going to court, whether mediation, arbitration, adjudication, ombudsmen schemes and, importantly, by the parties themselves. One theme throughout […]

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Public Information Online

Paul Magrath wrote this review in the January/February issue of Internet Newsletter for Lawyers: Public Information Online (PIO) at publicinformationonline.com is an online database provided by Dandy Booksellers, who are well established suppliers of official government print publications. The PIO database collects and provides access to digitised parliamentary papers going back for more than a […]

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