Podcast #37: Internet Ninja Research Tricks with Carole Levitt & Mark Rosch

The Internet is a powerful tool for research that few people know how to use well. Carole Levitt and Mark Rosch are two of those people. They move through the Internet like ninjas through a moonless night. Before we talk to Carole and Mark, we argue about whether Nikki Black is right that 50% of […]


QnA is a Free Tool for Adding Questions and Answers to Your Website

David Colarusso’s QnA is a really simple, easy-to-use question-and-answer tool for lawyers. You can even use it as a basic document assembly tool. It’s free, and you can see it in action on the Massachusetts public defender’s website. Get the code on GitHub. It looks like a pretty great tool for helping people find information […]


Internet Research Tips and Resources for Lawyers

Some of the most-useful Internet research tips and resources from Carole Levitt and Mark Rosch.

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How to Get a Free* MacBook Pro

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