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Blogs: Internet for Lawyers
Author: Nick Holmes and Delia Venables Publisher: infolaw
Online courts and cyber judges
Online courts: the human impact
Completing legal directory submissions for the Bar
Legal services market – who are you afraid of?
Digitising the courts
What is predictive coding?
Solicitors selling legal services online
Legal Web Watch February 2017: RSS is dying, right?
Publisher: Curated Media Limited
Content marketing for lawyers and law firms
Social Media: Can it Bring New Business to Your Law Firm?
Should your firm’s digital agency be sector specific?
Branding, law firms and Google
Do Law Firm Rankings and Awards Matter?
Beyond words: Create content with dynamism
Law Firm Marketing Strategics: Why Every Client is an Internet Client
Why Law Firms Cannot Afford to Ignore Bing and Yahoo
How Can Law Firms Succeed in Search?
Author: Patrick Torsney
Social media for social good, tech and ideas: Patrick's workshop
Privacy, personal data and online surveys
Survey Progress Bars
The Height of Goth
Twitter hack: multiple retweets of the same tweet
Hush little baby, don’t you cry
Episode IV: A New Hope
Author: Richard Best
About the legal issues that are relevant to a WordPress site.
How to apply the GPL to your themes and plugins (and avoid getting in the shi*)
“I’d rather see [an] attorney’s attention spent … on clarity and brevity”
Some thoughts on the Wix mobile app story (updated)
Commercial theme suppliers selling themselves short…
Content scraper plugins, contract and copyright
Selling themes yourself and on ThemeForest but with inconsistent licensing
Discouraging public redistribution of commercial themes and plugins – poll results
Step-by-step guide to attributing Creative Commons-licensed images