Internet and Cyberspace
Weblog with analysis of recent legal developments involving the Internet and new technology.
Electronic devices that are used for investigations.
A comprehensive program designed to detect computer crimes such as data thefts and cyberattacks.
This "mini-portal" to peer-reviewed online legal resources on cyberspace law provides a well-organized and comprehensive list of links.
This site, designed specifically for lawyers and other experienced legal researchers, has more than 500 pages of information about Internet
resources and research strategies. Its goal is to guide "visitors through the Internet chaff in an effort to find its grains of wheat."
This page is one litigator's list of web bookmarks organized under topics like Discovery Matters, Research the Law for Your Case, and Prepare for
Trial. There are links to sites providing company and people-finding information, legal reference materials, legal forms, and expert witness
A site for lawyers, librarians, law students, judges and paralegals to share experiences about using the Internet to research and practice law
The ultimate reference is now online and not only serves up the content we expect from Britannica but also combines topical links to other
content on the web and current news for each topic.
For members of the legal and business community interested in Internet law and
technology developments, 'Bytes in Brief' provides a synopsis of
related news and links to sources with more expanded coverage.
The mission of ProfessionalCity.com is to provide targeted information/research for web surfers by professional discipline. Esquire Heights is
the community for legal professionals and provides a comprehensive selection of research and reference sites on the net, everything from
law news sites to the online calculators page. They also provide a fee-based research service.
Interested in the latest and greatest legal technology? Check out this site. It has information, links to freeware, and news.
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