Some Legal Internet Resources for Lawyers
Attorney Job Info
Lists of Software
Attorney Job Info
The on-line version of Martindale is of course indispensable, at
There are a number of services that let you locate an attorney (in another jurisdiction or with a specialized practice, for example), expert witnesses, court
reporters, etc. These include: www.law.com,
www.hg.org/hg/html. Hieros Gamos. Lives up to its claim to be the "Comprehensive Legal and Government Portal. Includes information on
200 practice areas and 400 discussion groups.
www.abanet.org. The ABA web site. Lists ABA services and publications.
www.llrx.com. Web-based legal news publication.
www.lawcommerce.com. Very commercial, but useful site (John Heckman is listed as a consultant on this site).
Lists of Software
www.findlaw.com. Links to other services. Lists a variety of technology information and general practice software as well as for
24 specific practice areas. Access directly at http://tech.lp.findlaw.com.
www.lawyerware.com. . More limited listing of sites. Indicates demo versions available and platform compatibility.
www.legalresourcelinks.com. Selected list of most popular software in additional to other legal services.
www.yahoo.com/law. Variety of categories, but limited listing of specific practice areas. Oriented toward general public.
www.zdnet.com. Non legal-specific software and hardware reviews.
www.jflax.com. Jeff Flax's exhaustive listing of legal and other sites. If you need to find a site dealing with dog law, this is
the place to look.
www.technolawyer.com. This is a moderated site, so the discussion is more structured (and there may be delays in having your
post appear). The "technolawyer" column in Law Office Computing is derived from posts to this listserv.
www.abanet.org/lpm. Lists a variety of electronic forums and magazines. Subscribe to monthly "lawpractice.news"
http://mail.abanet.org/archives/lawtech.html. Much higher volume, unmediated discussion lists.
www.hg.org/hg.html. Hieros Gamos. 400 specific practice area discussion groups of varying usefulness.
Law Technology News. See
www.lawtechnews.com. Email to
firstname.lastname@example.org for subscription information.
Law Office Computing.
www.lawofficecomputing.com for subscription info. Virtually the only site that has product
reviews. However, you must subscribe to the print media to be able to access the site (the password is listed in the magazine and changed monthly)
ABA Law Practice Management. Various publications. See
www.abanet.org/lpm . See John Heckman's article on Reveal Codes at
http://venus.corel.com/kbsearch are the official Corel sites for technical information. Searchable.
www.gmccomb.com. Site sponsored by Gordon McComb, a leading WordPerfect macro-writer and integrator.
www.consultwebs.com/wpsoftware.htm. Substantial listings on Word vs. WordPerfect issues.
Microsoft Word Information
http://support.microsoft.com/support. takes you directly to the knowledge base. But you have to register & provide
personal information (e-mail address & registration number).
www.wopr.com. Site operated by Woody Leonhard & co. The best overall site to find solutions for what bugs you about Microsoft
products. Newsletters on specific topics (Word, Outlook, Excel, etc.) reach a total of 400,000 users.
www.primeconsulting.com/annoyances/index.htm. The site for the "Microsoft Annoyances" series of books. Also has an index
of past issues and news
www.payneconsulting.com. One of the primary Microsoft advocates. Contains a fair amount of useful information.
very useful site for Microsoft utilities and add-ins.