My curated list of readings for September focuses on a topic that is near and very dear to my heart
I had the pleasure of working with the folks at PacerPro this year to explore the power and direction of their SaaS model for managing and monitoring federal litigation. To merely say that efficiency is the core on which their flagship product is constructed would do it a slight disservice. There is much more to the platform and its potential than that. What resulted from my investigation is a white paper that details what PacerPro brings to the table and what it can do for law firms of all sizes.
Things are about to change in this industry and change big. That’s right, Lawmageddon lands TODAY Law librarians and noted
Recently released, the ILTA Technology Survey offers information professionals great insight into how lawyers are interacting with technology at their
Whether you are a law librarian, lawyer, law student, or just someone who works with legal information, the iBraryGuy has a hot tip to make your work just a little bit easier. Actually, the Jureeka! plugin was a hot tip that came to us and with just a little bit of investigation, we found ourselves impressed! Jureeka!, true to its name, is real revelation! A plugin / extension for the Firefox and Google Chrome browsers, it is designed to turn the legal citations on the pages you view into actual links to the cases, statutes, and other primary sources themselves. It does so simply, seamlessly, and rather powerfully. We should also mention that it couldn't be much easier to use. You install it and let it run in the background. There is an optional toolbar that you can use within your browser to look up cases and items by citation (doig so returns a hyperlink to the material), covert PDFs