Articles Tagged with Web 2.0

As online professional networking gains traction within the legal community, Martindale-Hubbell has been quietly testing its own networking site, Martindale-Hubbell Connected, which it plans to launch publicly late this year or early in 2009. The company made much ado earlier this month about its partnership with professional networking site LinkedIn. But it has operated in […]

I recently republished my three-part series on Web 2.0 applications for lawyers (part 1, part 2, part 3), including several Web 2.0 word processing tools. Now comes one, Buzzword, that claims to be the first real word processor for the Web. The difference between this and others such as Google Docs is in its features. […]

[The following is the third of a three-part series of columns about Web 2.0 for lawyers originally published almost a year ago in the August, September and October 2006 issues of Law Technology News. Because I receive so many requests for this series, I am republishing it here. I originally intended it to be two […]

[The following is the second of a three-part series of columns about Web 2.0 for lawyers originally published almost a year ago in the August, September and October 2006 issues of Law Technology News. Because I receive so many requests for this series, I am republishing it here. I originally intended it to be two […]

[The following is the first of a three-part series of columns about Web 2.0 for lawyers originally published almost a year ago in the August, September and October 2006 issues of Law Technology News. Because I receive so many requests for this series, I am republishing it here. I originally intended it to be two […]