GPSOLO Technology & Practice Guide - Table of Contents

Volume 22, Number 4
June 2005


A Decade of Law on the Internet
Hope Viner Samborn
From dial-up computer networks capable of transmitting court cases within days to wireless satellite connectivity, the Internet has become an indispensable tool for lawyers.

Security on the Internet, Then and Now
Daniel S. Coolidge
With the Internet so much a part of our law practices, computer security is not just a recommendation for attorneys; it’s an ethical requirement.

Effective Marketing with a Website
Mark Rosch
Whether you’re launching your first website or updating an existing one, it’s important to assess the site not only from an aesthetic but also a strategic marketing perspective.

Get Your Blog Rolling
Carolyn Elefant
With blogs, lawyers can increase their web visibility and use their experience to create a forum for high-quality information on legal issues and developments.

The Uses and Misuses of E-Mail
Moderated by jennifer j. rose
An electronic roundtable discussion of the uses and misuses of e-mail, the joys and agonies it brings to a law practice, and the best advice for surviving the deluge.

Wired over Wireless
J. Anthony Vittal
See whether the “anywhere and everywhere” option of wireless networks is right for you.

Sites ’n’ Tips for the Practicing Lawyer
Edited by jennifer j. rose and Jeffrey Allen
Here are some tips and websites you’re sure to find useful—or at least entertaining.


Road Warrior
Jeffrey Allen
Days of Our Lives in a Mobile World

The Chair’s Corner
Lee S. Kolczun
The Internet Has Changed All of Us

General Practice, Solo and Small Firm Division News
Solosez News; Section Award Nominations; Annual Meeting Programs

David J. Bilinsky

Being Solo
David Leffler
Hop Aboard the Being Solo Time Machine  

Mac User
Victoria L. Herring
Macs on the Internet

Techno Ethics
Mark L. Tuft
Coming of Age on Ethics and the Internet

Product Review
David L. Masters and Jeffrey Allen
Adobe Acrobat 7.0

Product Review
Alan Pearlman
lexBlog: A Turnkey Solution for Your Law Practice




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