Thursday, October 30, 2003

Techfocus News & Commentary - Consumer Alert: Privacy-Busting Gator Changes Name US Export Control Rules Applied to Prevent Editing of Scholarly Articles

beSpacific: LC Grants Limited Digital Copyright Exemptions

GrepLaw | Office 2003 Gives Documents and E-mails Expiry Dates

Wednesday, October 29, 2003

Wired News: New Ways to Skirt DMCA … Legally!

OCLC Project Opens WorldCat Records to Google Welcome to the USA - Leave Your Privacy Home

Ernie The Attorney: Weekly Law Blog Roundup

Tuesday, October 28, 2003

LAWTECH GURU BLOG by Jeff Beard: Travelers Up In Arms About Knee Defender

Q and A: Unclaimed Property Laws

Monday, October 27, 2003

ILRG Legal Forms Archive - 1,750 Free Legal Forms and Documents

LawSites: EEOC sas law firms improve diversity.

beSpacific: New Survey Highlights Lack of Gov't Website Accessibility

Blog 702: The Fourth Circuit has affirmed a lower court decision excluding the testimony of an epidemiologist who posited a causal link between radiation from cellular telephones and malignant brain tumors.

Sunday, October 26, 2003

Ernie The Attorney: Cool Productivity Tools

Friday, October 24, 2003

Can't find that elusive online legal resource? Try Knowhow and maybe you can.

beSpacific: More On the New Amazon Inside the Book Service

Thursday, October 23, 2003

beSpacific: No More Free Gov't Docs from GPO?

beSpacific: Senate Passes Bill to Regulate Unsolicited Email

Wednesday, October 22, 2003

Yahoo! News - Whiskey Flows Once More at Mount Vernon

GrepLaw | XP's Music Feature Violate MS's Antitrust Settlement?

Tuesday, October 21, 2003

20 Great Google Secrets

Yahoo! News - Despite a New Outlook, Office 2003 Offers Little Reason to Upgrade

Keep abreast of Supreme Court developments at SCOTUSBlog

Research News for 21 October 2003: "Email Can Self-Destruct in New MS Outlook"

Friday, October 17, 2003

EFF: RIAA Subpoena Database Query Tool

Primary Sources on the Web

UnivAtty: No you can't be America's Online University

Research News for 17 October 2003

beSpacific: Virginia Newspaper Provides Blog on Sniper Trial

Thursday, October 16, 2003

Introducing Legal References: a blog covering law, librarianship, research, and technology.

Ernie The Attorney: Digital ID - It's important and hard to understand

Wednesday, October 15, 2003

Lawyer Calls Juror Pool 'Illiterate Cave Dwellers'

The Volokh Conspiracy corrects perception of the 9th Circuit medical cannabis case of Conant v. Walters that the Supreme Court declined to review.

beSpacific: Best City, County and State Websites

Ernie The Attorney: Weekly Law Blog Roundup

Tuesday, October 14, 2003

From the weblog How Appealing, today's Supreme Court Orders List.

26 of the 94 U.S. District Courts keep some or all of their case files on an electronic case management and filing system that gives lawyers and the public access by computer over the Internet. Find out which one, here.

Get your CD burners ready - I-tunes for Windows due next week.

Monday, October 13, 2003

UB Law in the News:
Bell heads IP for Haynes & Boone
J.R. Bell, partner in the Austin office of Haynes and Boone LLP, has been selected to lead his firm's intellectual property and technology transactions practice group, the Dallas-based law firm announced Thursday.

Bell has more than 30 years of patent and trademark experience and has prosecuted more than 1,000 mechanical and electro-mechanical patent applications. He will supervise about 50 attorneys and support personnel in various offices. He began his new position Oct. 1.

Bell earned his law degree from the University of Baltimore and his bachelor's degree from Indiana Institute of Technology...

Read the rest of the story here.

beSpacific: NH Gov't Moves From Paper to E-Records

eLawyer Blog: Bad News and Good News. One of my main sources decides to call it quits.

Sunday, October 12, 2003

GrepLaw | SunnComm Threatens Suit Over Shift Key Circumvention

Friday, October 10, 2003

Ernie The Attorney: A good topic for a law review article?

eLawyer Blog: Computerworld on Law Firm Extranets

Thursday, October 09, 2003

Another gem from the ethicalEsq?: on Lawyers, Liars and more.

ethicalEsq?: Making the World Safe for Curmudgeons. They must be talking about some of our faculty.

Wednesday, October 08, 2003

UB in the News
Ehrlich hires lawyer/teacher to represent Maryland consumers
Daily Record Business Writer

Gov Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. has chosen an educator and former assistant U.S. attorney to serve as the state’s consumer advocate in utility matters. Patricia Anne Smith, an adjunct professor at the University of Baltimore School of Law and assistant professor at the Johns Hopkins University’s public safety division,

ethicalEsq?:ABA Unbundling Handbook Looks Like a Winner

eLawyer Blog: UPL Rules: More Guild Mentality? By the by, UPL = Unauthorized Practice of Law.

From the humor department:
Urban Legends Reference Pages: Humor (Dammed Beavers!)

Tuesday, October 07, 2003

UB Entertainment, Arts & Sports Law Association: Upcoming Events

Ernie The Attorney: Why you might not have free speech rights at your University

eLawyer Blog: Checklists for Lawyer Tasks?

Monday, October 06, 2003

In honor of the beginning of the Supreme Court's October 2003 term, I blawg you with's bi-weekly Docket Watch.

Ernie The Attorney: RSS/XML for courts - Rory Perry has some great thoughts

Friday, October 03, 2003

beSpacific: New on

Stuff like this is how lawyers get a bad name.

Thursday, October 02, 2003

Curious about what's up for the Supreme Court this term? Check out the ABA's Supreme Court Preview

CBS News | Get Rid Of Those Nasty Pop-ups | October 2, 2003 05:55:34

Wednesday, October 01, 2003

As the Supreme Court kicks off its official term, you can check the Court Calendar and oral arguments schedule here.

Who'd have thought being a librarian would invite controversy? beSpacific: Former Attorney General Bashes Librarians on Today Show

Ernie The Attorney: Weekly Law Blog Roundup

GrepLaw | Boston Goes for Open Code Does this mean Boston will follow Munich and go Linux? Stay tuned....