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978-0-88804-565-2
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Approximately 230 pages
1 volume bound
softcover
2012-03-07
Canada Law Book

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Finding and Managing Legal Information on the Internet, Second Edition
Par : David P. Whelan, J.D., M.L.S
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$48.00
Description
This is a practical guide for lawyers, judges, law librarians, law students and anyone else interested in finding information online faster and managing it better. Get tips that will help you find both law and related business information faster. This text will also help you stay on top of technological trends, monitor current awareness resources and organize your research for quick retrieval in the future. Learn more about:
  • Legal information sources
  • Browser extensions, free add-ons and plug-ins
  • Staying on top of changing information with RSS and other tools
  • Research organization and retrieval
  • Mobile legal research ...and much more!
The author, David Whelan, is the Manager of Legal Information at The Law Society of Upper Canada. He has spent his career working with information and technology. Read an excerpt and hear what others have to say about it – please find the publication's listing in the Thursday Thinkpiece section on Canada's online Legal Magazine sLaw.
À propos de l'auteur
David Whelan, J.D., M.L.S., is currently the Manager, Legal Information at The Law Society of Upper Canada and oversees The Law Society's Great Library, Corporate Records and Archives and supports Ontario's county law library system. He is a lawyer and librarian who has spent his career dealing with technology and information.

David is focused on improving how legal professionals use and access information. He received his J.D. at the University of Arkansas - Little Rock and his library degree at the University of North Texas. He has led information and technology teams at Southern Methodist University, the American Bar Association, the Cincinnati Law Library Association, and the Law Society of Upper Canada. David speaks frequently on legal information and law practice technology issues at lawyer and library conferences in the U.S. and Canada. He writes about practice technology on the Slaw.ca blog and regularly contributes to law practice and library publications. Link to David Whelan's blog at http://fli.canadalawbook.ca