The latest issue of the Internet Newsletter for Lawyers is now published.
In this issue
- Intellectual property – Shireen Smith of Azrights explains why IP is relevant to every business and how to protect it
- Law publishers – Nick Holmes reports on recent developments from online law publishers
- Virtual practice – Chris Hadrill of Redmans brings us up to date on his practice and the pros and cons of the virtual law firm
- Investigatory powers – Graham Smith of Bird & Bird analyses the distinction between content and metadata in the new IPA
- Digital marketing – Delia Venables reviews the many companies offering digital marketing services to lawyers
- Privacy – Eduardo Ustaran of Hogan Lovells surveys the privacy landscape as we move into 2017
- Technology – Alex Heshmaty of Legal Words on how virtual reality is developing and the legal issues arising
- Case law – In an online Feature, Robin Chesterman explains the importance of unreported judgments
CPD and continuing competence in 2017
Thanks to those who completed our Internet for Lawyers CPD 2016 competence courses. It’s all change for 2017 as both solicitors and barristers must now comply with new CPD competence regimes. We’ve summarised the requirements on our CPD pages.
We’re upgrading our service to assist you directly with planning and recording your 2017 activities. Please do give us your feedback and let us know what we can do to improve our service.
Enjoy the Newsletter.
Nick Holmes and Delia Venables
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London SW14 7RE