Tuesday, September 30, 2003

Small Firm Lawyers Jump On Blawg Bandwagon

Ernie The Attorney: October is Baseball Month

GrepLaw | Securing Privacy in the Internet Age

Monday, September 29, 2003

Mellow-Drama presents a collection of the best posts from around the blawg world. There's some good reading here.

Tech tip from Law Tech:A Quick and Simple File Finder

GrepLaw | Telemarketing Law to be Signed by President

Sunday, September 28, 2003

ethicalEsq?: Schiltz's "Sermon" Should Be Mandatory Reading for Everyone Who Cares About Lawyers and the Legal Profession

Friday, September 26, 2003

GrepLaw | Libraries Support P2P

Refdesk: reference, facts, news, free and family friendly

Thursday, September 25, 2003

ABA/AALS site visit An evaluation team will be on campus to inspect the Law School for continued accreditation. September 28 - Oct 1. The tentative schedule for the visit is here.

The Stephen L. Snyder Center for Litigation Skills
Litigation Skills Week: Monday, October 13, 2003 – Thursday, October 16, 2003

GrepLaw | EU Says Yes to Software Patentability

beSpacific: European Law Resources Available Through CELS

Wednesday, September 24, 2003

Yahoo! News - U.S. Court Blocks Anti-Telemarketing List

Lawyers ask: Can IT Be Human?

Tuesday, September 23, 2003

Only in America: beSpacific: OCLC Sues NYC Hotel Over Classification System

eLawyer Blog: Legal Tech: Impact and Shortcomings - More Answers

Wired News: Schools Rule on Classroom Gadgets

Monday, September 22, 2003

Someone with clearly too much time on their hands: Probabilities in the Game of Monopoly®

eLawyer Blog: Competition in Legal Research Continues

Wednesday, September 17, 2003

Emergency and Weather Related Closing Information:

Information will be available on the weather hotline at 410.837.4201. In
addition, the following media outlets will be notified:

RADIO: WBAL AM 1090; WCAO 600 AM; WLIF 102 FM; WQSR 105.7 FM; WFSI 107.9
FM (Annapolis); WMIX 106.5 FM; WTOP 1500 AM and 107.7 FM; WGMS 103.5 FM;

WEB: SunSpot.net

Comes see the library's Banned Books Week display in the cases near the circulation desk.

Index to Legal Periodicals (on-campus link only) has a new interface and some new features. Off-campus users (UB law students, faculty & staff) can access this database via MdUSA.

Tuesday, September 16, 2003

A Concise Guide To Writing Better Appellate Briefs. An oldie, but goodie.

Weather-related closing information will be posted on the University's weather hotline (410-837-4201) as well as to local television and radio stations.

Monday, September 15, 2003

More on Paranoia and its Origins - the Plight of a 2nd Year Associate

LawMeme - Compulsory Licensing - The Death of Gnutella and the Triumph of Google

Friday, September 12, 2003

UB Law Adjunct in the News:
From Thursday's Sun
Fired worker sues Ehrlich - Former employee claims he was let go because he's a Democrat

It will be an interesting case to watch, given the fact that this is the first time in decades there has been a change in parties in the top levels of state government," said Darrell VanDeusen, an employment attorney with Kollman & Saucier who is not involved in the suit and teaches at University of Baltimore Law School.

Read the whole story here. (Link expires 9/25/03)

As I Was Saying with Wendy Leibowitz: Turning the Courts into Public Servants

Thursday, September 11, 2003

beSpacific: New Report on Implementing EU Copyright Directive

TCS: Tech Central Station - Cottage Industry and Societal Change

Wednesday, September 10, 2003

Ernie The Attorney: Weekly Law Blog Roundup

From the ethicalEsq?:J.D. in Absentia

Tuesday, September 09, 2003

Say it ain't so, Wham-O

From Begging to Differ:This Monday the following independent, but not unrelated, events occurred:

1. The RIAA filed lawsuits against 261 individuals.

2. Apple sold its ten millionth song through its iTunes Music Store.

I'm confident our readers can make the connection and fully appreciate the irony. So why can't the RIAA?

Read the whole article HERE

The ABA's Law Practice Today weblog has a new look.

GigaLaw.com: Websites as Places of Public Accommodation Under the ADA

From the beSpacific weblog:Public Libraries Around the Country Protect Patron Privacy

Monday, September 08, 2003

Don't forget that Wednesday is the last day to file for December graduation.

On a non-law note:Scientists weigh in on the 5 Second Rule.

Friday, September 05, 2003

Searching for U.S. Legal News

Today's bit of humor: Tanzania Loses Name to Tanning-Salon Chain

Thursday, September 04, 2003

komo 4 | Time To Update Your Microsoft Software Again

In time for Banned Books Week (September 20-27, 2003):WHAT JOHNNY CAN'T READ:Censorship in American Libraries

For you techies out there still using Windows:Customizing the Windows desktop: A primer

Wednesday, September 03, 2003

Dogpile Sports a Fetching New Look

From ethicalEsq?:Contingency Fees Inspire Ever More Lawyer Advertising -- Auto Accidents to Product Recalls

Tuesday, September 02, 2003

Law Forum write-on packets are online!

beSpacific: Boolean Searching Now Supported by Gigablast

A Brief Summary: Free Briefs on the Web, courtesy of Robert J. Ambrogi