All the articles listed are available in Part 1 of the July 2005 issue of LLRX.com:
Delivering Actionable Information To Front-Line Lawyers – John Alber details the effective implementation of business intelligence (BI) systems within law firms.
The Government Domain: Bloggin’ USA – Peggy Garvin looks at three free web services that leverage blogs and blogging software to deliver information on federal government issues.
Short Takes: The 18th edition of The Bluebook is hot off the press – Lee Peoples announces a program focused on the new edition of A Uniform System of Citation, presented at the AALL annual conference, now underway in San Antonio.
CongressLine: Legislative Monitoring – Additional Materials – I am delighted to welcome Paul Jenks as the new author of CongressLine, a must read column for professionals who are tracking federal legislation. Paul provides readers with resources, techniques and tools to power-up their legislative monitoring skills, significantly expanding the overall context and content of this challenging process.
Updates to LawPro Links – Sabrina I. Pacifici links to a range of recently available resources that include: presentation materials from the AALL 2005 annual conference; guides to RSS and blogging software; a library and information science wiki; and a terrific offer for free law firm website hosting.
FOIA Facts: Governmental Secrecy – Scott Hodes focuses on the issue of the proper classification of government documents as specified by Executive Order 12958.
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