Practical Paralegalism’s Recommended Reading This Week
One of the many reasons that I blog for paralegals is to share information relevant to our profession. There are hundreds of terrific new articles posted every week on the Internet, but once a week I’ll try to break them down into a half dozen or so “don’t miss” articles focusing on legal news, practice tips and technology – and a good laugh or two.
Here’s this week’s recommended reading:
“Social Media: What’s in it for You?”
from Home Office Warrior
. Tina Marie Hilton summarizes three great reasons to utilize social media for business: connecting, learning and saving money.
“Free Exhibit Stamps from Adobe Acrobat”
from Jim Calloway’s Law Practice Tips Blog
. With the increase in e-filing, electronic exhibit stamps are a must. This post includes instructions on how to use them.
“Metadata Ethics Opinion Abound”
from ABA Legal Technology Resource Center
. Maintaining confidentiality becomes more complicated with the inclusion of issues involving metadata. The ABA has assembled a helpful chart summarizing ethics opinions from around the country to date regarding metadata.
“Droid v. Iphone: The Comparison Chart [PIC]”
. The Droid is rumored to be a serious contender on the smartphone market. I love the simple chart from Billshrink which evaluates the most popular smartphones’ capabilities.
In honor of Halloween, here’s a recipe your kids will love: “Meat Hand”
from not martha
Did you read an article this week that you think paralegals should see? I’d love it if you would share the link with us.