The Internet Newsletter for Lawyers is edited by Nick Holmes and Delia Venables and published by infolaw bi-monthly. It is distributed in print and PDF (A4, 12 pages) and published online.
The Newsletter has become a community of lawyers who are interested in how to make the most of the legal internet – how it presents the law, how it widens access to the law, legal aspects of e-commerce and websites, how lawyers use the internet to market themselves and to sell legal services online and related IT issues.
Digital copyright: new challenges and opportunities
Smart settlement: an opportunity for mediators
The business case for remote working
Driverless cars: moving forward
The Web at 30
Regulating the interwebs
Why privacy is the key to Facebook’s fake news problem
The enigmatic Twitter
An SEO health check
Drones: some legal sightlines
The open web (we wish)
The new Venables website
A farewell from Delia Venables
The Newsletter way back
GDPR – the dust is settling
Open access to case law – how do we get there?
LinkedIn – the lawyer’s social media channel of choice
Legal information online in the Republic of Ireland
The state of legal blogs
The Internet, Warts and All
Copyright and the blockchain
What is legal design?
The case for offering free legal advice – in 2018
Open data: free to use and republish
Why have multiple websites?
Publications and blogs
Collaboration using web based apps
The right to be forgotten – updated
Changing your cloud system supplier
Legal ebooks: who needs them?
Legislation.gov.uk: finally up to date?
Tracking: your digital trail
Open law: digital common property
Developments in ODR and the online court
Re-consenting to marketing under GDPR?
IT and practice management for chambers
When and how to use 301 redirects
Algorithms in law
Online justice news
The Law Society Guide to Good Practice
CRM: the business case for automation
Link building best practices and strategies
Facebook as a marketing platform for lawyers
Where next for alternative legal services providers?
Direct access – how is it going?
Do I still need to use the www in URLs?
What we learned about the internet in 2017 (1): Big Tech
What we learned in 2017 (2): AI, robots and social media
What we learned in 2017 (3): The courts
Thinking strategically about Brexit and data protection
Transcription, voice recognition, document generation and AI
Links in law and practice
Legal software and IT in Ireland
Technology and access to justice: the end of the beginning?
Legal jobs and recruitment online
A GDPR impact assessment for websites
Artificial intelligence in law in perspective
Online publishing news
HMCTS reform update
GDPR – beyond the panic
Why implement https?
A justice system fit for the future
Solicitors providing free content on their websites
Online resources at IALS Digital
What is encryption?
Online law publishing developments
Electronic evidence from the internet
An intelligent robot lawyer – really?
Billy, the robotic junior clerk
Competitive advertising on the internet
What are chambers’ websites for?
Don’t pay lawyers?
Companies selling legal services online
Employment tribunal judgments online
How not to commission a website
Time for a new intranet at Leigh Day
What are smart contracts?
Publications, launches and events
Online courts: the human impact
Completing legal directory submissions for the Bar
Legal services market – who are you afraid of?
Digitising the courts
What is predictive coding?
Solicitors selling legal services online
Why intellectual property matters to your practice
Online publishing news
The virtual law firm three years on
Content versus metadata
Digital marketing services for lawyers
Privacy in 2017
Virtual reality for lawyers