Friday, August 10, 2007

Time and Money

Fact-finding is time-consuming and expensive so, why not try to ease the burden? I just read an email announcement from Karen Olsen for a newsletter from ALI-ABA titled Internet Fact Finding for Lawyers. The newsletter contains sites specifically chosen for their usefulness to legal professionals with the intention of helping attorneys save time and money.

The link above allows you to view their premier issue and download it for free. You can subscribe here:

The articles in the premier issue include:

Is there a “Duty to Google?"
Is Information from the Internet Admissible as Evidence?
Internet Tools and Protocols
Technology Tools
Government Resources Online
Accessing Public Records
Company Research
Weblogs, RSS Feeds, and Podcasts

The authors, Carole A. Levitt, JD, MLS and Mark E. Rosch, are the editors of The Cybersleuth's Guide to the Internet.

Of course, you can always call, email, or visit your local neighborhood law librarian too!

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