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There is an increasing amount of legal information available of use to the lawyer on the World Wide Web. However, the lack of a suitable classification system to identify and guide users through the maze of legal and related sites can prove to be both time-consuming and inefficient.
This new edition of Researching the Legal Web offers an informative and critical review of legal websites by describing the sites available and assessing the information provided to help lawyers find the relevant material for which they are researching - quickly and easily.
This second edition has been completely rewritten and updated to include both Scottish and Irish websites and also includes chapters on Who and What is on the legal web, law publishers on the web, legal resources in each area of law, lawyers doing business on the web, intranets and extranets and international resources. >
Several guest authors have contributed articles in particular subject areas to enhance the overall coverage of the book.The two authors, Delia Venables and Nick Holmes, both acknowledged experts on the legal web, have independently maintained websites for the last five years and the provision and maintenance of the websites, and the constant and ongoing research involved in keeping them up to date, has enabled them to write this book, quite simply the most authoritative exposition of the current state of the UK legal web.