The United States Library of Congress collects, archives, catalogs and preserves material they feel is of significant importance, historically, to the Congress and the American people. It is a repository to foster education and scholarship and it extends to digital materials, including websites. The Library has requested permission to include “Ride the Lightning” in the historic collection of Internet materials related to Legal Blawgs. The Library will also draw from the entire website at regular intervals over time and make the collection available to researchers.
On November 22nd, the The Digital Edge: “49th Edition: Tech Toys for the Holidays 2011,” with Sensei President Sharon D. Nelson, Esq. and the Oklahoma Bar’s Law Practice Management Advisor Jim Calloway, was featured on the ABA Journal’s website. Click here to read the full post.
On November 14th, Lawyers USA posted an article entitled “20 Things Lawyers Need to Know.” Sensei President Sharon D. Nelson was quoted in the article saying, “…predictive coding ‘is spreading like wildfire,’ with more companies offering customized versions, which could help lower the cost of e-discovery. Predictive coding uses software to sample electronically stored information in order to create specific searches that will help locate the most relevant data.” To read the full post, paying subscribers may click here.
The November/December 2011 edition of Law Practice Magazine features the article – Managing Legacy Data: The Skeletons in the ESI Closet – co-authored by Sharon Nelson and John Simek. Click here to read the complete article.