Top Ten Legal Online Resources

With so many legal websites on the Internet, any lawyer may feel swamped when trying to find a site that he or she can frequent for information. If you are one of these people, view some of the following websites:

1. Legal Technology: This comprehensive blog is up-to-date with all the latest legal technology news. Find it at

2. LawJobs: Looking for a job in the field? Search for employment in your area or across the country at LawJobs, located at

3. e-Legal Technology: This excellent site offers many different features. Sign up for webinars, look for upcoming events and even find jobs. E-Legal Technology has everything for the lawyer who wants to continue his or her education in the field. The website is located at

4. LexTweet: If you are one of the many Twitter fans, this community is a great digest of legal-minded “Tweeters.” Check it out at

5. International Legal Technology Association: The ILTA has been sharing its knowledge and answering questions about the legal technology field for about three decades. Visit the association’s site at

6. The Orange Rag: This website considers itself as “The Legal Technology Insider.” While the ads are a little distracting, the content is informative. You can also sign up for RSS feeds. Visit the Orange Rag at

7. The Mac Lawyer: Apple has changed the way people communicate. This site keeps its readers abreast of the latest in all of Apple’s technologies, including apps for the popular iPhone. Check it out at

8. e-Discovery Law Review: This website offers great analysis of the latest legal technology news. Visit it at

9. Discovery Resources: Discovery Resources is your one-stop site for best practices, a library of information and links to communities. Visit it at

10. The Sedona Conference: This think tank aims to advance all areas of law, including legal technology. Read more about their mission and more at

Of course, there are many more websites out there to suit your interest. As the legal technology field grows, expect more sites to pop up in the very near future.

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