Here are some of the best law school, law student, and lawyer resources I have found on the web.
Each of these pages includes a list of websites of interest to law students, lawyers, or others interested in law:
In 2006 I wrote the following information about Web 2.0 and its impact on law students. Since this information was written, what was known as “web 2.0″ technology has become so pervasive on websites, that it is seen as mainstream. So if you decide to read the information below, please keep this in mind.
Web 2.0 for Law School and Law
These days there is a lot of excitement over simple, new websites that serve as useful tools rather than just display information. “Web 2.0″ is a term for these websites, suggesting that this new technology is the second phase of the world wide web.
You’ve certainly heard of many of the popular Web 2.0 websites (see this list, this list, or this interactive list) But many smaller, new Web 2.0 websites are being launched.
To read about various Web 2.0 websites that may interest law students, visit TopLawStudent’s Web & Technology articles.
This article discusses the impact of Web 2.0 on improvements in the practice of law: Does Web 2.0 Point Us Toward Law 2.0?
This Solution Watch article lists Web 2.0 sites for students and teachers.
If you are interested in general Web 2.0 websites, visit these lists of such websites:
- Emily Chang’s eHub
Finally, this attorney has nationally syndicated articles discussing websites of interest to attorneys: Robert Ambrogi’s LawSites