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GDPR – beyond the panic
Why implement https?
A justice system fit for the future
Solicitors providing free content on their websites
Online resources at IALS Digital
What is encryption?
Online law publishing developments
Electronic evidence from the internet
An intelligent robot lawyer – really?
Billy, the robotic junior clerk
Competitive advertising on the internet
What are chambers’ websites for?
Don’t pay lawyers?
Companies selling legal services online
Employment tribunal judgments online
How not to commission a website
Time for a new intranet at Leigh Day
What are smart contracts?
Publications, launches and events
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
Why intellectual property matters to your practice
Online publishing news
The virtual law firm three years on
Content versus metadata
Digital marketing services for lawyers
Privacy in 2017
Virtual reality for lawyers
The intangible law firm
8 analytics tips for success online
Brexit, copyright and liminality
Legal software suppliers A to Z
Free content in your inbox
What is Net Neutrality?
Barristers CPD for 2017
The IALS Open Book Service for Law
Upgrading the law, regrading lawyers
Changes to CPD
Chatbots for customer service
IT security for barristers
Cloud-based software for lawyers
Introducing the GDPR
New e-learning tools and blended learning
Changes to AdWords
A snoopers’ charter for employers?
New ADR Regulations being blatantly ignored
What is Google Apps?
The “dispersed” law firm
Twitter: how it works
Is the Privacy Shield adequate?
BAILII recent projects
10 steps to becoming cyber resilient
Outsourcing your marketing activities
Blogs of use to lawyers
My Social Media: Sir Henry Brooke
Bring Your Own Device: an introduction
Working with data
ODR: no longer just an alternative
What is the blockchain?
Unblocking the resale of digital goods
Lawbore: legal education made fun
Middle Temple Library in the internet age
Clerksroom Direct: public access in motion
Big Data: an introduction
Developments at ICLR: expanding online
Free current awareness legal resources
Free2Convey: the free conveyancing portal
Ten tips for effective content distribution
Driverless cars: an introduction
UK Human Rights Blog
Working with documents (you found on the internet)
Open access explained
Life after Safe Harbor – an action plan
Commenting on social media: reputational risks
Do you need SEO or digital marketing?
Taking Direct Access barristers online
Using LinkedIn to recruit staff
The ad blocking debate
Typography for Lawyers
The Future of the Professions
Can ODR deliver better access to justice?
The intellectual property revolution
Getting the best from GOV.UK
Introducing eDisclosure and eSignatures
Free case law resources online
Five free (or low cost) digital marketing tools
What is the Deep Web?
New Internet for Lawyers courses from Nick and Delia
Google’s mobile-friendly updates
Mootis: a bespoke legal social media platform
Developments at legislation.gov.uk
Academic and library resources online
Changes to CPD
Sharing, caring and re-intermediating
Drones: an introduction
The 5 best free digital marketing tools
Transparency: promoting public understanding of the law
My Social Media: Bill Jones
The new emplaw online
Veyo – the future of conveyancing?
Take care when users post on your website
Setting up a commercial firm on a virtual model
The Internet of Things: an introduction
Are you (digitally) competent?
Bidding on competitors’ trade marks in AdWords
My SCL years remembered
My Social Media: Colin Yeo
How much do you value your contacts?
Know your client: checking for sanctions
VAT on cross-border digital services
Author, librarian, academic, lawyer
Access to justice through technology
The new Centre for Law and Information Policy
A barrister-only ABS enabled by technology
Getting to know Google Analytics
My Social Media: Mark Gould
New cloud systems for lawyers
Apps for lawyers
The Big Advice Survey
Changes to CPD for 2015
Generating business online: are you contented?
Document quality and automation in the cloud
Why customer reviews are so important
Matrix International and the internet
Do we remember the point of the “right to be forgotten”?
International legal resources
Working on the web
SEO: law and good practice
Who links to my site?
ODR in family law
The future of law reporting
BYOD is no fun for SysAdmins
Are blogs any use to law firms?
A court reporting restriction database
Legal news and resources in the USA
Copyright in website images
What is Bitcoin?
The future of digital copyright
Internet skills for lawyers
European institutions and legal resources
Copyright, fair use and the advance of culture
Getting local in search
Big Data for Law
Twitter for law job seekers
Social media monitoring
Lawyers selling SaaS
Languages for lawyers
Free European sources
The UKSC Blog
What is Google Plus?
The future of privacy
The Law Society’s online Conveyancing Portal
Legal services – who are you afraid of in 2014?
Design your website as a marketing tool
LinkedIn for law job seekers
How to study languages on the internet
Setting up a law firm e-commerce site
RSS is alive and well
Google Hummingbird takes flight
Event planning – for both real and virtual events
Social media and the courts
Blogging law updates
Justice on the move
Adapting websites for mobile devices
Misuse of social media by employees
Press regulation for web publishers and bloggers
Keeping up to date with the law (2)
Under a cloud of suspicion?
New CPD courses for Lawyers from Nick and Delia
Implementing a hosted practice management system
DropBox – a lawyer’s perspective
The best of both – bricks and mortar and virtual
Best of the Legal Web – specific practice areas
Recent developments in information law
Keeping up to date with the law
The digital shift – themes shaping the legal agenda
Google Drive and Chromebook
Every silver lining has a cloud
Best of the Legal Web – general resources
Are your online efforts working?
Data Privacy Law app
The web is (only) 20 years’ old
Skype for lawyers
Responsive web design
What’s up GOV?
Don’t let the hype cloud your judgment
LawSauce – a new legal app
Panopticon – a favoured information law blog
Direct Access barristers – getting clients online
Legal IT Inside(r)
Disruptive technologies – you ain’t seen nothing yet!
Legal service providers – who are you afraid of?
Pay per click – how to use it effectively
Should lawyers Surface?
Client feedback and business development
Online dispute resolution
Access to judgments
eBooks for lawyers – an essential guide
Paperless or paper-light?
Managing domain names – top ten legal tips
Social media as a legal tool (2)
From wills to websites
News v blogs – which is best?
Havers – Defining the Bar
CaseCheck premium version
Can copyright adapt to the digital age?
Distance selling – the law
Developments at Cecile Park Publishing
The end of personal injury lawyers?
Social media in the workplace
Developments at Law Society Publishing
Bringing the statute book up to date
Legal process outsourcing: How far can it go?
Website terms – longer than Hamlet
The benefits of providing free online content
The Co-operative Legal Services ABS
Digital developments at OUP law
Practice management systems in the cloud (2)
The Justice website
Justice wide open
Practice management systems in the cloud
Linex Smart Alerts
Two ebiz topics
Barristers Public Access: How successful has it been so far?
Keeping up with IP law
Comparing website proposals
An online solicitor in Scotland
BIALL Solos / one man bands
The changing legal landscape – threats and opportunities
Promoting your chambers
Who owns copyright in judgments?
Keeping up with information law
ProView professional grade ebooks
Introducing ICLR Online
Two ebiz topics
The case for offering free legal advice
Keeping up with technology and media law
The end of print? Not yet!
QualitySolicitors – how is it going?
Microsoft Office 365 – for lawyers
Is free law good enough?
A sole practitioner in the internet age
The end of print? – a law librarian’s view
Two ebiz topics
Writing barrister profiles
Should lawyers give free advice to attract clients?
Law reports on YouTube – Scotland leads the way
Taking your firm into the cloud
Legal apps arrive
Social media as a legal tool
The rise (and rise) of the iPad lawyer?
The end of print? – the law publishers reply
Two ebiz topics
Keeping your website up to date
Are brands (for services) dead?
The paperless office – 12 months on
Rough and ready Justice
Connect2Law – referral with a difference
The new JustCite citator
Key sites for keeping up to date with case law
Legislation.gov.uk and the myth of Sisyphus
Social media policies for the workplace
Family Procedure Rules OK?
Law publishing – the end of print?
DPS hosted systems
Risks of social media use in the workplace
Free web resources for property lawyers
Importing online contacts and data protection
Ten years of BAILII
Risks of outsourcing and cloud computing
Microsoft solutions stacking up in legal
Free web resources for civil lawyers
Do law firms need a CRM solution?
Domain name disputes
Keeping a specialised website up to date
Social networking – do you get it?
Transcripts of Judicial Proceedings in England and Wales
Blogging – been there, done that?
Free web resources for criminal lawyers
Quill Pinpoint outsourced legal cashiering service
Law ebooks – guidance and questions
The paperless office – second time lucky?