We’re pleased to tell you that the latest issue of the Internet Newsletter for Lawyers is now published.
In this issue
Access to justice – Judith Townend of the Information Law and Policy Centre at IALS asks whether ODR can deliver better access to justice
Intellectual property – Shireen Smith of Azrights explains how to successfully manage your IP assets
Government – Anneli Sarkanen of Fieldfisher describes how to get the best out of GOV.UK
eDisclosure and eSignatures – Stephen Mason provides an introduction to eDisclosure and eSignatures
Resources – Delia Venables describes the most important resources for free case law online
Marketing – Joe Reevy of Words4Business gives his favourite five free digital marketing tools
Understanding the internet – Alex Heshmaty of Legal Words explains the Deep Web and the Dark Web
In a Newsletter Feature, David Thomas of AlphaBiolabs explains the importance of next day DNA testing
Access the Newsletter online
Our new CPD / competence courses for lawyers are now published
All three of our new 2015 Internet for Lawyers CPD/competence courses are now published.
Solicitors. You may undertake any of our courses and claim the time towards your CPD for 2014/2015. Your entire 16 hours can be now be done online with our courses. If you are opting for the SRA’s new approach to continuing competence, our courses are an ideal way to address your learning and development needs. See further our changes to CPD page.
Barristers. We are accredited by the Bar Sandards Board to provide CPD courses for 2015. Our CPD Provider ID is 1277. Two of our 2015 courses are suitable for barristers and may be undertaken to earn 5 or 10 hours’ CPD for 2015.
Solicitors and the Internet 2015 (6 hours) looks at how the internet is continuing to change the way that solicitors work.
Access to Law and Resources 2015 (5 hours) looks at recent developments in access to law and justice via the internet as well as some new and established online legal resources.
Internet Legal Issues 2015 (5 hours) explains important internet concepts for lawyers and looks at recent developments in internet law and legal issues relating to websites.
Each course costs £80+VAT; two courses purchased together cost £120+VAT; three courses together £150+VAT. A multi-use licence for 5 courses costs £200+VAT; for 10 courses £300+VAT; additional courses £150+VAT per 5.