Category «Legal Technology»

Features – Staying Current with Push Technology

Return to Library Staying Current with Push Technology By Gary Teal (Posted November 1, 1997; Archived December 1, 1997)

Gary Teal is a Technology Strategy Consultant with the LEXIS-NEXIS National Center for Law and Technology. Gary has a degree in Computer Science and has worked in law firm automation since 1985. He was Manager of Information Systems for the Washington Office of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius for six years. Gary joined LEXIS-NEXIS last December, and is based in Washington, D.C.

Subjects: Features, Internet Trends

CongressLine – The Fall of Discontent: The Encryption Controversy

Return to Library CongressLine The Fall of Discontent: The Encryption Controversy

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 1, 1997; Archived December 1, 1997)

Subjects: CongressLine, Encryption

Features – Electronic Court Filing

Return to Library Electronic Court Filing By Bradley J. Hillis

Bradley J. Hillis holds MA and JD degrees from the University of Washington. He is the editor of the forthcoming, “Internet Experiments in Electronic Court Filing,” and is a representative of the courts to the Washington Digital Signature Implementation Task Force. His previous Internet law articles have appeared on the Web at Villanova Institute for Information Law and Policy.

Subjects: Courts & Technology, Electronic Court Filing, Features

Features – Online Personal Information: Access vs. Excess

Online Personal Information: Access vs. Excess By Lynn Peterson

Lynn Peterson is president of PFC Information Services, Inc., a public records research firm located in Oakland, California. Lynn has been quoted on public records research in a variety of sources including The Wall Street Journal, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine, and The Information Broker’s Handbook. PFC Information Services provides public records research for law firms, corporations, lenders, venture capitalists, employers, the media, and other information research firms.

Subjects: Features, Privacy, Public Records

Features – A Bridge Too Long? A New Appraisal of the View of CD-ROM as a Bridge Technology

Return to Library A Bridge Too Long? A New Appraisal of the View of CD-ROM as a Bridge Technology By Stephen P. Weiter (Posted September 1, 1997; Archived October 1, 1997)

Stephen P. Weiter earned his MLS from the School of Information Studies at Syracuse University in 1995. He is currently the Senior Law Librarian for Automation at the New York State Appellate Division Law Library, Fourth Department, in Rochester, NY. He has experience working in public, academic, and library automation vendors. Stephen has written for Computers in Libraries, and teaches a graduate level course in government documents at Syracuse University.

Subjects: CD ROM, Features, Library Software & Technology
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