Law Review Commons–Robert Ambrogi

Launched in August 2013, Law Review Commons is the largest open-access law review portal on the web. It provides access to more than 200 law reviews containing more than 150,000 articles. The oldest law reviews in its collection date back to 1852.

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Google Launches New Bookmarks Interface For Chrome | Ubergizmo

Google hasn’t made an official announcement about Chrome Bookmark Manager, but nevertheless, you can download it right now from the Chrome Web Store.

Bookmark Manager

Chrome Bookmarks and the Bookmarks Manager are now more powerful by incorporating the smarts of Google Search with a new modern UI.

Now, if you’re signed in to Chrome with sync enabled:

One-click save: When you bookmark, you can now save an image and note to make your bookmarks more helpful. Also, Google will suggest a folder if it seems like it could be a fit.

Improved search: Quickly find that elusive page with search powered by Google, which looks not only at the bookmark title and snippet, but also the bookmarked page’s content.

Collect bookmarks by topic: Your bookmarks will automatically be organized by topic, like “Tokyo” and “Photography.” If you’d rather, you can still organize them into folders yourself.

Familiar bookmarks, new look: Your existing bookmarks will automatically get updated with images and descriptions, wherever possible.

Share: Have a folder of favorite bookmarks? You can make it public and share the link with whomever you’d like to access it. Everything else will remain private.

Access your bookmarks anywhere: Bookmarked an article on your phone to finish reading on your laptop? Chrome will continue to sync your bookmarks across all of your devices, just like it does today. 

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LII / Legal Information Institute

In case you might have forgotten, the Legal Information Institute is still going strong, getting better, and offering more resources every year.

Take advantage of their US Supreme Court services, especially their new Sunday night reminder email, while the Court is in session.

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Viewabill

Clients aren’t spending less on legal fees. They are spending more carefully. Viewabill shows your clients that you are careful, attentive and efficient. With access to pre-bill information, your clients focus on your work. Not the invoice.

Legal services are not changing; customer service is.

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Clients aren’t spending less on legal fees. They are spending more carefully. Viewabill shows your clients that you are careful, attentive and efficient. With access to pre-bill information, your clients focus on your work. Not the invoice.

Legal services are not changing; customer service is.

With Viewabill, keeping clients informed and up-to-date during the billing cycle minimizes write offs. It also speeds up collection times by eliminating the post-invoice back-and-forth. And since your attorneys know their clients may review work-in-progress entries, time entries are entered routinely and accurately.

A little transparency goes a long way. In the “New Normal”, client service will be the difference.

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Google Adds User Account Menu to Chrome Canary-TNW Blog

Logo used from the start of the Chrome project until March 2011 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Google Chrome has supported multiple user accounts for years now, but the options to add and manage them have been buried in the browser’s settings. In fact, if you actually navigate to the proper section (Hit the menu button, choose Settings, and scroll down to “Users”) and add a few users, you can’t actually switch between them from there.

Google is toying with a complete revamp of the user account system in its browser, clearly borrowing a lot from Chrome OS.

Read the entire article and check out the illustrations here.

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Lawyers Won’t Lose Clients to DIY Legal Services=Lawyerist

Sam Glover:

Currently, consumers can pick from a range of options for do-it-yourself legal services. You can get a divorce at OfficeMax, a will from Amazon, and dissolve a partnership with LegalZoom. Those are just a few examples, of course. There are hundreds of DIY legal documents available online and offline.

People who want to do their own legal work are, naturally, not likely to hire a lawyer in the first place. And people who hire lawyers do not want to do their own legal work.

Read Sam’s entire piece and find out why he thinks “…now is not the time to panic…”.

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OfficeSuite Professional (Mobile Office + PDF) on the App Store on iTunes

 

 OfficeSuite Pro for FREE!

Thanks, Randy!!

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