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Author: ALLICE members
Group blog for the Association of Law Librarians in Central England.
Author: BIALL members
Group blog of the British and Irish Associations of Law Librarians.
BIALL Election of Officers and Members of Council 2017-2018 - Invitation for Nominations
The BIALL Irish group response to an Issues Paper on Accessibility, Consolidation and Online Publication of Legislation
BIALL Quiz 2017 - Save the date!
Legal Technology and AI update
BIALL Student Award
BIALL - CLSIG - SLA Europe Graduate Open Day
Nominations open for BIALL Legal Journals Award 2017
Supplier Liaison Group – new contact form
Author: Nick Holmes, infolaw
Legal information in the digital age.
Author: Pete Smith
So here we are again…
Public understanding of law
New Year, New?…
Classification, or “there’s a name for it”
Top down, bottom up
“What is enough?”- access to legal information
Author: Scott Vine, Information Officer, Clifford Chance
Thoughts on law, librarians, liberty, and other likes and loathings
Arrogant Antic: The fall of the Ravernsbourne Arms
Doctor Doctor – The Daily Mail is sick
Booker Challenge 2016: Virginia Reeves – Work Like Any Other
Booker Challenge 2016: Paul Beatty – The Sellout
Market Tavern / Quaggy Duck
Booker Challenge 2016: Ottessa Moshfegh – Eileen
More UK patent descriptions and claims data back to 1900 now freely available online
Author: Dr. Adam Wyner
Legal informatics for legal professionals
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Author: Bods at the Bodleian Law Library
The Law Bod Blog is moving!
Flowers for Mothers’ Day
Salam, nowruz mubarak!
Happy vacation! and how to take the Law Bod on holiday with you
Enhancements to Kluwer International Law Journals
The changing world of copyright
And a little something extra from Justcite!
Zero Hours Contracts; A Developing Story
A member of the Law Professor Blogs network
The (Un)Availability of Tribal Law
Labor Day: "And if you don't know, now you know Nino."
Friday Fun: "Can you tell the difference between this and this?"
My Two Cents on Two Years
Key Points about ALM's New "Free" Digital Membership Program and Revised Paid Subscription Plans
Hearing Details What Remedies Judge Will Likely Impose on Apple in e-Book Case
From the LLB eMail Box: No Endorsements Implied
Author: Joe Hodnicki and Mark Giangrande (USA)
Thinking Out Loud in the Blogosphere
S.J.Res. 34: Senate votes to undo broadband privacy rules that protect user data from their Internet providers
The Trump Bubble? Tracking Trump’s impact on your investments
Ranking law schools by LSAT scores: The best and the worst
Ensuring President Trump “shall take care that the Laws be faithfully executed:” There’s a blog for that
Books Are Violent
The “Answer Company” wants my feedback because I’m a “valued customer”
One last chance for Charlotte School of Law
Webinar: Principles and practices of machine learning
Author: Mark Gould
Previously Enlightened Tradition. This is where I gather my thoughts on a rag-bag of things including tradition, rationality, organisational learning and knowledge management.
Reading for empathy
Institutional memory — a diversity problem?
Breaking silos for client service: the internal view
Measuring performance and setting priorities
Hidden innovation: the best kind?
Change, technology and people
The upside of partnership
Lawyers moving into business services: good or bad?
Author: Jason Wilson, Vice-president of Jones McLure (USA)
Thoughts on the business of legal publishing.
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Author: James Mullan, law firm KM systems manager
Blog of the Cornel Legal Information Institute
25 for 25: Zen and the Art of Pioneer Maintenance
25 for 25: Underestimating the Internet
25 for 25: AustLII 1995: What did we think we were doing?
A short case study of administrative decision publishing
25 for 25: So, it’s been 25 years. The LII, its descendants and their future.
25 for 25: 1 Legal Academic + 1 Technologist + 1 Sun Box = An Institute?
25 for 25: Long ago, in a galaxy far, far away…
Constitutions as Summer Reading