Research, 'Riting & Resources (Ok, it's a stretch - I agree)

Elwell.celia Celia Elwell, RP, is a very experienced paralegal in Oklahoma.  An avid researcher and writer, Celia sends me these wonderful listings filled with interesting articles, posts and valuable tidbits.  The light finally went on inside my head (where else?).  I thought, "Why am I not sharing these our readers?"  Enjoy!

SCOTUS Justices on the Language of Law: Advocacy and Legal Writing (and by Implication Legal Research, Too), Law Librarian Blog
http://bit.ly/n0jdbu
 

Standard of Review in Five Easy Steps, by Raymond Ward, the (new) legal writer
http://bit.ly/mzfiQT

 

The Winning Wal-Mart Brief: Six Returns, by Ross Guberman, Legal Writing Pro

http://bit.ly/rgp7oH

New Examples of Good Legal Writing, Legal Writing Prof Blog
http://bit.ly/mRWBBA

Legal Writing 201: 30 Suggestions to Improve Readability or How To Write For Judges, Not Like Judges, by Judge Mark P. Painter, Ohio First District Court of Appeals
http://www.plainlanguagenetwork.org/Legal/legalwriting.pdf

Oops, Thou Shalt Not Know How to Use One's Electronic Calendar without Risking Missing Court Filing Deadlines, Law Librarian Blog
http://bit.ly/qegYGC

 

ABA Ethics Panel Strikes Sensible Balance on Online Marketing, Robert Ambrogi’s Law Sites

http://bit.ly/mq8hHk

Connecticut becomes first state to require paid sick leave, by Sheri Qualters, The National Law Journal, Law.com

http://bit.ly/nxmL9s

Favorite E-Discovery Links, FloridaLawFirm.com and E-Discovery Team

http://floridalawfirm.com/links.html

"eDiscovery" in Domestic Relations Mutual Scheming: Digging up Dirt by "Friending" Ex-Spouse, Law Librarian Blog
http://bit.ly/kLqyDx

Facebook Discovery in Litigation, by Ronald B. Miller, Jr., The Maryland Injury Lawyer Blog
http://bit.ly/gwiYUQ

MySpace, Facebook, GPS and other e-Discovery: Coming Soon to a Texas Divorce Proceeding Near You, by DiscoveryResources.org Reporter
http://bit.ly/pYn4zQ

Are Facebook and MySpace Messages Subject to Discovery?, by Doug Cornelius, Compliance Building
http://bit.ly/p05n0V

10 Trial Practice Blogs Worth Bookmarking, by Gyi Tsakalakis, Lawyerist.com
http://lawyerist.com/10-trial-practice-blogs/

Top Encryption Techniques for Lawyers, by John Edwards, Legal Technology News, Law.com
http://bit.ly/jn7I3s

Top Ten Tips for Leveraging Cutting-Edge Legal Research Technology to Control Legal Costs and Drive Client Value, by Lydia E. Flocchini, Association of Corporate Counsel (with hat tip to Bill Statsky)
http://bit.ly/lBfNjm

Data: Driving Force in Web 3.0, EDD Update
http://bit.ly/lmj01u

In Trio of Big Business Cases, Justices Sharply Divide, by Marcia Coyle, The National Law Journal, Law.com
http://www.law.com/jsp/nlj/PubArticleNLJ.jsp?id=1202498592542

Roberts Court extends line of permissive First Amendment rulings in video game case, by Tony Mauro, The National Law Journal, Law.com
http://bit.ly/lCHUjO

Clarifying personal jurisdiction . . . or not, by Howard Wasserman, PrawfsBlawg, http://bit.ly/iLFwqg

D.C. Divorce Lawyer, Nobel Laureate Feud, by Zoe Tillman, The National Law Journal, Law.com
http://bit.ly/k5Y8Vi

And in case you thought tort reform was slowing down . . . ., Civil Procedure and Federal Courts Blog
http://bit.ly/mmjG9q

Great Reading for the Week of July 4th, 2011, Jim Calloway's Law Practice Blog
http://bit.ly/knx5vq

National Conference of Bar Examiners
http://www.ncbex.org/

iPhoneJD - a blog for lawyers using iPhones and iPads
http://www.iphonejd.com/
10 iPhone Apps Every Lawyer Should Have, by Erin Geiger Smith, Business Insider Law Review
Adding Bates-numbers in Acrobat is easy (and powerful), PDF for Lawyers
Ready for CM/ECF Changes: Conforming Existing PDF Files to PDF/A, by Rick Borstein, Acrobat for Legal Professionals
http://adobe.ly/qXGtN2


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