This comprehensive resource helps lawyers and non-lawyers know which legal web sites are worth their time, which arenat, and why. Organized into more than 30 specific areas of legal expertise, it includes information about web sites on administrative law, bankruptcy, consumer protection, estate planning, immigration, intellectual property, Internet law, job listings, legal news, public records, and real estate. Each site is reviewed and assigned a rating of up to five stars, creating an invaluable research tool for lawyers, law librarians, paralegals, and anyone interested in legal resources on the web. This replaces 0970597037.describing NCSC activities in the ADR arena provides a selection of full text articles and reports, as well as the transcript of ... of reports on and evaluations of court ADR programs throughout the U.S. **** Alternative Dispute Resolution: A Resource Guide, www.opm.gov/er/adrguide_2002/index.asp The U.S. Office of Personnel Management publishes this detailed guide to ADR in the federal government.
|Title||:||The Essential Guide to the Best (and Worst) Legal Sites on the Web|
|Author||:||Robert J. Ambrogi|
|Publisher||:||ALM Publishing - 2004-01-01|