Day archives: June 10th, 2006

Features – The Google Library Project: The Copyright Debate

The Google Library Project: The Copyright Debate

American Library Association, Office for Information Technology Policy Brief, January 2006

By Jonathan Band

Subjects: Copyright, Libraries & Librarians, Search Engines

Features – Researching Laws and Information on Nutritional and Dietary Supplements On the Web

Researching Laws and Information on Nutritional and Dietary Supplements On the Web

Joel Rothman is an attorney with the Florida law firm Rutherford Mulhall, P.A. where he practices intellectual property and business litigation. Joel maintains The Nutritional and Dietary Supplement Law Blog, a legal weblog on nutritional and dietary supplement regulation and litigation.

Published January 15, 2006

Subjects: Blogs, Food, Food & Drug Law, Government Resources, Healthcare

Features – Election Law @ Moritz

Election Law @ Moritz

By Sara Sampson

Sara Sampson is a reference librarian at the Moritz Law Library, The Ohio State University, where she has been involved in the Election Law @ Moritz program since its inception. She received both her B.S. and J.D. from The Ohio State University and her M.L.I.S. from Kent State University. Prior to joining the Moritz Law Library, Ms. Sampson served as a judicial law clerk to the Hon. William H. Harsha and the Hon. Roger L. Kline of the Ohio Court of Appeals, Fourth District.

Subjects: Election Law, Libraries & Librarians, RSS Newsfeeds

Features – Deep Web Research Research 2006

Deep Web Research Research 2006

By Marcus P. Zillman

Marcus P. Zillman, M.S., A.M.H.A., is Executive Director of the Virtual Private Library and Founder/Creator of BotSpot®. He is the author of nine different Internet MiniGuides 2006, Internet Sources Manual and eCurrent Awareness Resources 2006 Report. His Subject Tracer™ Information Blogs (45 and constantly growing) are freely available from the Virtual Private Library, which include the latest resources on Deep Web Research and Bot Research. His current white papers on searching and researching the Internet are located at WhitePapers.us. His personal blog dedicated to knowledge discovery, knowledge harvesting, information retrieval and Internet current awareness is available at Zillman.us. His monthly free newsletter is titled AwarenessWatch™ and his monthly Internet Zillman Column has been archived since 1996.

Subjects: Data Mining, Internet Trends, Search Strategies

Features – Adobe’s Macromedia Studio 8 — What’s New in the Upgrade?

Adobe’s Macromedia Studio 8 — What’s New in the Upgrade?

By Roger V. Skalbeck

Roger V. Skalbeck is the Technology Librarian at George Mason School of Law in Arlington Virginia. He manages websites for GMU School of Law, The Critical Infrastructure Protection Program and a few other web-based projects. He has worked in law libraries for over a decade, and he recently received a law degree. Though he is now a lawyer, he doesn’t have plans to play one on television. This article is 100% free of legal advice.

Published January 15, 2006

Subjects: Intranets, Law Librarians, Libraries & Librarians, Web Management, Web Utilities

Faulkner’s Practical Web Strategies for Attorneys: New Year’s Resolution: Update Your Website

Frederick L. Faulkner IV is the Webmaster of the American Bar Association. Fred discusses the “big picture” regarding the Internet, marketing, and business at his Website, From the 21st Floor

Faulkner’s Practical Web Strategies for Attorneys

Subjects: Blogs, Law Firm Marketing, Web Accessibility, Web Management

Features – Wrongful Conviction and Innocence Resources on the Internet

Wrongful Conviction and Innocence Resources on the Internet

By Ken Strutin

Ken Strutin (JD, MLS) is an experienced law librarian, criminal defense attorney, and well-known writer and speaker. He is the author of The Insider’s Guide: Criminal Justice Resources on the Internet, and has lectured extensively about the benefits of using the Internet for legal research at national and local CLE training programs. Mr. Strutin also wrote ALI-ABA’s Practice Checklist Manual on Representing Criminal Defendants, and co-authored the award winning Legal Research Methodology computer tutorial, published by the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI). He has contributed chapters to several books and written many articles concerning knowledge management, legal research and criminal law. Mr. Strutin has taught courses in Advanced Legal Research and Law Office Management. He is also listed in Who’s Who in American Law. Currently, Mr. Strutin is the Director of Legal Information Services at the New York State Defenders Association and writes a column for the New York Law Journal.

Subjects: Criminal Law

Features – Foreign and Transnational Legal Forms

Foreign and Transnational Legal Forms

By Mary Rumsey

Mary Rumsey is the Foreign, Comparative & International Librarian at the University of Minnesota Law Library. Mary is also contributing author to the Electronic Information System for International Law (EISIL). She has a B.A. degree from the University of Wisconsin, a J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School, and a master’s degree in library and information science from Dominican University.

Subjects: International Legal Research

Features – Dennis Kennedy’s Legal Technology Predictions for 2006: Small Steps for Most Firms, Giant Leaps for a Few Firms

Dennis Kennedy’s Legal Technology Predictions for 2006: Small Steps for Most Firms, Giant Leaps for a Few Firms

By Dennis Kennedy

Dennis Kennedy is a well-known legal technology expert, technology lawyer and blogger. His blog and his web page are highly-regarded resources on technology law and legal technology topics. He is member of the ABA Law Practice Management Section’s Council and Webzine Board.

Subjects: Blogs, Discovery, Information Management, Mobile Technology, Outsourcing, Presentation Software, RSS Newsfeeds, Technology Trends, Training, WiFi, Wiki
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