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Links 1 through 10 of 91 by Patrick Cormier tagged IMBOK+Law

Concept search and content analysis could be the ideal electronic document review technology if executed properly.

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Arbres de la planète, réjouissez-vous! Le bureau sans papier n’est plus une utopie, c’est déjà une réalité pour plusieurs avocats. Les progrès technologiques des dernières années ont permis aux avocats d’arrêter de classer des rames de pap

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Lawyers and law firms have an uneasy relationship with technology. Never known as "early adopters," lawyers approach technology with wariness and often see technology as a necessary evil. There is, however, a general consensus that, good or evil, technolo

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Well-run legal blogs usually focus tightly on one niche area of the law and/or jurisdiction. The aim is to provide the legal blog's readers with a constantly renewing source of news and insight about that topic.

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Colleagues and other people sometimes ask me how to locate law-related blogs. Well, the Law Dawg Blawg, created by law librarians at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, describes New Tools for Finding Blawgs in a post from November 18, 2006.

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Le Comité des affaires publiques de l'AJBM vous propose une stimulante journée de réflexion sur la rencontre des mondes juridique et des technologies de l'information (TI).

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In light of current world events, I thought that I would do a librarian thing and survey the literature to see what Canadian Legal writers have written on the topic. I present this in an unbiased fashion descending chronologically. It is by no means compr

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More and more libraries are exploring the use of collaborative content creation tools like "wikis" to create subject guides or to maintain databases of reference questions.

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According to a piece in today's Red Herring, Blogs Face Privacy Showdown, there is a major showdown between a plaintiff, a school superintendent in Tulsa, Oklahoma, who wants to unmask anonymous bloggers critical of him, and the Electronic Frontier Founda

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The government of Botswana has put out a tender for an e-government portal. One of the requirements is for a "Legal Advisor" to advise on legal issues relating to e-government projects and must be a graduate in law with experience handing such projects.

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