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Maximize Your Decision-Making: A Review Of Emerging Technology Trends, Carol Watson Mar 2013

Maximize Your Decision-Making: A Review Of Emerging Technology Trends, Carol Watson

Continuing Legal Education Presentations

Provides overview of new technologies (both software and hardware) that could become the "next big thing."


Don't Panic: The Lawyer’S Guide To Making Your Own Mobile App, Jason Tubinis Mar 2013

Don't Panic: The Lawyer’S Guide To Making Your Own Mobile App, Jason Tubinis

Continuing Legal Education Presentations

Provides overview of steps used to create a personal mobile app.


Appapalooza: Valuable Legal And Productivity Apps For Your Smart Phone Or Tablet, Tj Striepe Mar 2013

Appapalooza: Valuable Legal And Productivity Apps For Your Smart Phone Or Tablet, Tj Striepe

Continuing Legal Education Presentations

Presents helpful tools and programs to make legal research and general office work more efficient and portable.


To Internet Or Not To Internet: Ethics Opinions On Internet Usage, Sharon Bradley Mar 2013

To Internet Or Not To Internet: Ethics Opinions On Internet Usage, Sharon Bradley

Continuing Legal Education Presentations

Considers the ethical implications of using email to communicate with clients, using cloud storage for legal files, and tracking people related to a case via the Internet . Highlights recent state bar ethics committee decisions.


Finding A Virtual Trail: Investigative Research On The Web, Suzanne R. Graham Mar 2013

Finding A Virtual Trail: Investigative Research On The Web, Suzanne R. Graham

Continuing Legal Education Presentations

Provides tips and resources for finding information about people and businesses on the Internet. Focuses on finding vital data, asset information, and criminal history.


Rolling In The Deep, Dark Web: Advanced Internet Searching, Anne Burnett Mar 2013

Rolling In The Deep, Dark Web: Advanced Internet Searching, Anne Burnett

Continuing Legal Education Presentations

Shares effective search strategies to improve search engine results and discusses efforts to capture and index more of the deep web for retrieval.


Technology Trends And Predictions: Is A Flying Car In Our Future?, Carol A. Watson Mar 2012

Technology Trends And Predictions: Is A Flying Car In Our Future?, Carol A. Watson

Continuing Legal Education Presentations

Discusses the future of legal research and technologies that are currently available for law offices. Highlights current technology trends and predictions and the latest innovations in courtroom technology. Concludes with a list of general technology predictions that will hopefully provide food for thought and generate excitement about the coming prospects of technology.


They Passed That? He Decided What? Tools And Techniques For Staying Informed About The Law, Jason Tubninis Mar 2011

They Passed That? He Decided What? Tools And Techniques For Staying Informed About The Law, Jason Tubninis

Continuing Legal Education Presentations

Thanks to the wide-scale adoption of the Internet as a primary means of disseminating information, the amount available is increasing at an exponential rate every day. This is especially true for the legal field and the practice of law. There is an incredible amount of information being released from a myriad of sources; government agencies, legal scholars, private practitioners, experts and more are distributing a veritable treasure trove of resources online.

The question is no longer “Is it out there?” but “How can I find it?” Unfortunately, this question is becoming increasingly difficult as the shear amount being released begins ...


Internet Ethics: Complications Of The Digital Age And Web Sites To Help You Untangle Them, Maureen Cahill Mar 2011

Internet Ethics: Complications Of The Digital Age And Web Sites To Help You Untangle Them, Maureen Cahill

Continuing Legal Education Presentations

Computers and the Internet have profoundly changed at least the mechanics of the practice of law. Client communication, legal research, document drafting and transmittal, and record storage are increasingly paper free undertakings. As someone who began the practice of law long before the advent of the personal computer or the Internet, I can attest that the shift to computers and the Internet has greatly increased efficiency, productivity and convenience. At the same time, these tools can greatly complicate many traditional ethical considerations.

The paper is divided into two parts. In the first portion of this paper, I will try to ...


Forecast For The Future: Emerging Legal Technologies, Carol A. Watson Mar 2010

Forecast For The Future: Emerging Legal Technologies, Carol A. Watson

Continuing Legal Education Presentations

Begins by discussing technologies that are currently available on the web that can reduce office overhead. Also highlights current general technology trends and still-developing technologies. Concludes with a list of frivolous gadgets to provide food for thought about the coming prospects of technology.