U.K. Blogger Releases Two E-Books
Nick Holmes, author of the U.K. blog binary law, together with legal technology consultant Delia Venables, has just published two books on technology and Web tools for lawyers. He provides this summary:
Changing Practice for Barristers has five chapters on Changing Technologies, Changing Practice Management, Marketing Online, Providing Legal Resources Online and Changing Libraries. Each chapter includes two articles by experts in their fields.
Web Tools for Lawyers is authored by me and provides guidance on web services that will help lawyers promote their practices and get the most from the web. Although these services are of general application, specific examples and guidance are given for the legal sector wherever appropriate.
The two books continue a series of e-books Holmes and Venables started last year with their two-part tome, Whither the Legal Web? The two also wrote the 1999 Butterworths book Researching the Legal Web. The e-books, which are in PDF format and cost £40 each, qualify for five continuing professional development credits.
Legal blogger Justin Patten provided the authors with guidance on blogging using Typepad. He writes on his blog, "I have read the e-books and they represent a very good value and are a great way to build up your CPD points." Another legal blogger, John Bolch of the blog Family Lore, provided input on the use of Blogger.
Posted by Robert J. Ambrogi on September 20, 2006 at 03:27 PM | Permalink
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