Conrad Johnson, Jimi Hendrix, Multimedia Content and Google

Hi Friends, As promised… here is the Conrad Johnson – Jimi Hendrix montage of multimedia, legal education and Google. As you may know, Conrad runs the Lawyering in the Digital Age Clinic at Columbia Law School. He also plays guitar. Conrad talks about his Creating Multi-Purpose Content for the Web article on the Jurist site and Jimi Hendrix, while Bernard,

Jurist 10th Aniversry Conference – Law as a Seamless Web | Site

Hi Friends, Here are some photos from the Jurist 10th aniversry conference. Jurist’s Bernard Hibbitts opens the conference. Terry Davis, Secretary General, Council of Europe via Video Geoffrey Corn makes a point about US prisioner policy, while Jonathan Freiman listens. ALM’s Tony Mauro. He did not know who Bruce was planning on selling ALM to. Ethan Katsh and Bernard talk

The Crimson Code

If you’ve never heard of ConnectU, you are not alone. In a case of Ivy League intringue, ConnectU filed suit against Facebook for copyright infringement and misappropriation of trade secrets, among other charges. The story goes that ConnectU, formerly known as the Harvard Connection, had engaged Facebook’s founder Mark Zuckerberg to complete computer programming and database definitions for the Harvard

Jurist Legal Website and Community Celebrate 10 Years Online

Hi Friends, UPDATE 30 March 2007: Here I am with Mr. Jurist himself, Bernard Hibbitts — I am putting some more photos up here and here on our Law Reivew blog Jurist, the well known legal news and law school community Website run by Law Professor Bernard Hibbitts and the University of Pittsburgh Law School Team, is celebrating its 10th

US Patent Office Removes Ability to Bookmark and Link to Patents

UPDATE: Looks like the USPTO is working on fixing the ability to have permanent links and bookmarks to individual patents. Hi Friends, Here is some interesting news… the United State Patent and Trademark Office has broken all of the static URLs of links to patents. In fact you can not even get a new static URL to link or bookmark

Bay Area Blawgers Get-Together, March 28, 6-8 pm at the Santa Clara Law School High Tech Law Institute

Hi Friends, Santa Clara Law Professor Eric Goldman and the High Tech Law Institute are having a Bay Area Blawgers Round Table and discussion this Wednesday night (March 28). It is open to all, but you need to RSVP to Eric by email. There will be a lot of great technology law bloggers there (and Mary Minow — this weeks

Justia Regulation Tracker Beta – Tracking Federal Regulations, Rules, Proposed Rules and Notices

Federal regulations affect the practices of a broad spectrum of lawyers. For corporate counsel, federal regulations may directly touch on their company’s core business, or they may impose additional general compliance requirements, such as in human resources, as an example. Attorneys in both private practice and public interest law face a similar impact whether they practice labor and employment, immigration, — beta 2 – More Updates & Faster

Hi Friends, As I noted in a previous post (Federal Court Case Filings –…. we put up a “beta” free Website of new civil case filings. Well it has been a few weeks, and “beta 2″ is here :) Here is what we have fixed up. 1. We are now updating the dockets database continuously — multiple updates each