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Article: Law Practice Technology Information Sources and Tools

The latest edition of LLRX features a useful article by Ken Strutin on Law Practice Technology Information Sources and Tools.

This article is a short list identifying some ways to learn about new technologies that apply to legal research and law practice. At the same time, some specific tools have been identified that will help manage research, communication and information-based tasks.
The article covers tools for current awareness, web-tech 2.0, website monitoring, citation tools, and communication management. Lots of good stuff here to check out.

Hat tip to Scott Frey of Western State University College of Law.