Articles Worth Reading

articles worth reading

For your information needs and reading pleasure, check out the following articles:

  1.  32 Highlights From Meeker’s 2017 Internet Trends Report;
  2.  ABA Legal Ed Section Exploring a Reorganization That Would Save Time and  Money;
  3.  Actiance Partnership with Hootsuite Marks Growing Social Media Compliance  Need;
  4.  Auto-Filing Email:  5 Productivity Tips;
  5.  Biggest US Firms Opt for Modest Growth in Sluggish Market;
  6.  California Judge Admonished for “Reckless” Facebook Post;
  7.  Critical and Alternative Perspectives on Student Engagement;
  8.  Do You Know How Each Person on Your Team Likes to Work?;
  9.  Five Questions for Enterprising Lawyers;
  10.  Google’s FREE Primer App Puts Many Pricey Legal Marketers to Shame;
  11.  Law Firms in Transition:  An Altman Weil Flash Survey;
  12.  LexisNexis’ Federal Civil Procedure Guide Looks to Cater to “YouTube Generation”;
  13.  Moving from Good Law to Great Law;
  14.  Style Guides:  Maintaining a Healthy Relationship Between Creator and Content;
  15.  Supreme Court Overturns 9th Circuit “Provocation Rule” That Explained Police  Liability;
  16.  The Boundaries of “Information” in Information Literary;
  17.  The Legal Profession’s “Last Mile Problem”;
  18.  What Law Will Look Like When Millennials Are in Charge;
  19.  What Makes a Standout Law Firm Website?  3 Lessons from the Webbys; and
  20.  Woman’s Sex Bias Case Still Isn’t Resolved After 27 Years.

Happy reading!

About Lisa Smith-Butler

Lisa is the Associate Dean for Information Services at the Charleston School of Law, Sol Blatt Jr. Law Library. She teaches Advanced Legal Research & Children & the Law.
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