New sites and developments

The new vLex Justis platform launches

Following the acquisition of Justis by vLex last year, the new vLex Justis platform launched in March 2020, combining a wide range of legal information, from both common and civil law jurisdictions – with intelligent tools to create a best-in-class global legal research platform. These include case law, legislation, regulations, digests, draft bills, forms and […]

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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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Internet Newsletter for Lawyers January/February 2020

The latest issue of the Internet Newsletter for Lawyers is now published. In this issue: Internet law – As we leave the EU, Graham Smith of Bird & Bird takes a snapshot of where we are with internet law and what lies in store Resources – Paul Magrath of ICLR reviews Public Information Online from […]

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Wiglaw launches with a guide to the law of nuisance

Wiglaw is a new website maintained by Gordon Wignall, barrister. It will provide guides to a number of areas of the law. The first is a short guide to the law of nuisance. The site is intended primarily to be of use by informed members of the public who want to use it in conjunction […]

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Internet Newsletter for Lawyers November/December 2019

The latest issue of the Internet Newsletter for Lawyers is now published. In this issue: Websites – Eduardo Ustaran of Hogan Lovells explains how to get cookie consent right, compliant and applying best practice Online courts – Nick Holmes reviews Richard Susskind’s Online Courts and the Future of Justice Websites – Susan Hallam of Hallam […]

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Cybersecurity for Lawyers

Cybersecurity for Lawyers is a primer for lawyers on practical cybersecurity, to improve the security of your law firm. It is a wiki (remember them?), so as well as using it for your own reference, anyone who registers can contribute. It is run by internet, tech, and telecoms law firm, decoded.legal and is aimed mainly […]

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Internet Newsletter for Lawyers September/October 2019

The latest issue of the Internet Newsletter for Lawyers is now published. In this issue: Surveillance – Chrysilla de Vere of Clarkslegal explains the issues surrounding use of facial recognition in public spaces Regulation – Alex Heshmaty of Legal Words looks at the debates around the regulation of big data companies Cryptocurrencies – Alex Haffner […]

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