From Google Scholar Blog: "Follow Related Research for Key Authors"

by on October 21, 2017 2:17 pm
From the post (Posted by: Anurag Acharya, Distinguished Engineer) — here: Scholar provides several ways to keep up with research in your area. You can set up keyword alerts, get recommendations related to your publications and follow your colleagues’ profiles. Today, we are adding another approach to stay up to date in areas of your… Read more From Google Scholar Blog: "Follow Related Research for Key Authors"

A Thoughtful Post Re: Using Wikipedia (and Google) as a Starting Point -- Only! -- for Legal Research: "Students Always Find the Wikipedia Shortcuts"

by on October 7, 2017 2:57 pm
Please see here. From the post, by Nicole Downing at UNC Chapel Hill (with emphasis added here): … Wikipedia. It continues to offer shortcuts to the various legal research processes … [and it has] … encroached on legislative history research. … …[S]tudents [should use] Google or Wikipedia…. In fact, [they should] include their Google searches… Read more A Thoughtful Post Re: Using Wikipedia (and Google) as a Starting Point -- Only! -- for Legal Research: "Students Always Find the Wikipedia Shortcuts"

And Another Post Re: Blockchains ... and Really about "Why Lawyers Won’t Be Replaced By Smart Contracts"

by on October 7, 2017 1:17 pm
Subtitle: Not so fast. A smart contract is not really ‘smart,’ and is not really a ‘contract.’ Please see here. From the post, by Gary J. Ross [with emphasis added here]: … For one thing, “smart contract” is a bit of a misnomer. At the ABA Business Law Section annual conference a couple of weeks… Read more And Another Post Re: Blockchains ... and Really about "Why Lawyers Won’t Be Replaced By Smart Contracts"