We have all had experiences where we listened to a preacher or maybe a law professor use a story to illustrate a point. Weeks later, we might not recall the point, but we remember the story. That was my feeling after reading through NET LAW: HOW LAWYERS USE THE INTERNET. This book might be considered a dictionary, a marketing book, or a computer book. Most significantly, it is an anthology of actual accounts of lawyers and their staffs successfully using the Internet to make their practices more efficient and, in some cases, lucrative. Now that I have your attention, let me describe the book a little more before recounting some of those examples to peak your interest.
G. W. Grant,
Net Law: How Lawyers Use the Internet,
Rich. J.L. & Tech
Available at: http://scholarship.richmond.edu/jolt/vol4/iss2/5