Monthly archives: February, 2006

Burney’s Legal Tech Reviews – The Almost Perfect Laptop Bag with Accessories

Brett Burney reviews the top end choice of veteran travelers who tote their laptops everywhere and need a flexible, comfortable and versatile bag with all the bells and whistles.

Subjects: Burney's Legal Tech Reviews, Computer Accessories, Gadgets, Travel

After Hours – Chocolate Cornucopia

The 2005 New York Chocolate Show offered Kathy Biehl the chance to discover some divine products from a range of American chocolatiers. She also shares a unique treat she received as a holiday gift, and continues her thread about sharing recipes and ingredients.

Subjects: After Hours, Food

E-Discovery Update – by Fios Inc. – Defining A Standard for Admitting Electronic Evidence at Trial

Conrad J. Jacoby addresses the standards for the admissibility of electronic evidence, which as he documents, remain unsettled and open to significant variation.

Subjects: E-Discovery, Legal Technology, Litigation Support

The Government Domain: FirstGov Becomes First in Government Search

Peggy Garvin reviews the new and improved search engine for finding what you need on U.S. government sites. She highlights the best new features of FirstGov search, and provides screens shots to illustrate her points.

Subjects: The Government Domain

The Tao of Law Librarianship: Do-It-Yourself Professional Development, Part II

Connie Crosby relates the experiences of several colleagues whose career development paths led to opportunities to work in libraries abroad, and on projects that they may not have otherwise considered. Their stories highlight creative ways to develop professional credentials as well as to expand personal horizons.

Subjects: Communication Skills, Law Librarians, Libraries & Librarians, Library Marketing

Notes from the Tech Trenches – A Closer Look At Weblogs – June, 1999

Notes from the Technology Trenches By Elizabeth H. Klampert

Elizabeth H. Klampert was formerly a litigator for five years, specializing in professional liability litigation. Before attending law school, she was a corporate librarian for twelve years, holding management positions in libraries in a number of large organizations, including Rainier National Bank in Seattle, Deloitte & Touche, and Merrill Lynch, both in New York. She received both her BA in English and MLS from the University of Washington in Seattle. She received her JD at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York.

Subjects: Notes from the Technology Trenches

CongressLine – The Congressional Electronic Coming of Age

CongressLine The Congressional Electronic Coming of Age by Carol M. Morrissey

Carol M. Morrissey has been the Legislative Specialist for the Washington, D. C. office of Chicago’s Sidley & Austin for 11 years. She is a lawyer and legislative expert who has also authored a Congressional update column for the last 4 years.

(Posted November 18, 1996; Archived December 5, 1996)

Subjects: Congress
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