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The (truncated) New York Blawg Round Up

Blawgs As a result of feedback from my readers, I won't abandon the NY blawg round up altogether, but instead will occasionally be posting shorter round ups to posts from my fellow New York law bloggers.

I will also occasionally feature a post from another New York law blog each Monday. 

To that end, if you would like me to consider featuring a recently published New York substantive law post from your blog, please drop me an email at nblack at nicoleblackesq dot com, and include a link to the post and a very brief description of your practice and blog for me to include with the post.

Here is this week's round up:

Coverage Counsel:

Long Island Bankruptcy Blog:

New York Public Personnel Law:

Rochester Family Lawyer:

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Using online tools to prep a legal case

Checkmark The fourth episode of lawtechTalk is now available. 

This screencast (a recording of computer screen output along with video of me discussing what is seen) will focus on using online tools to assist you with brain storming and organizing your thoughts for all aspects of a case, from drafting a complaint to preparing for trial. We'll discuss web applications for brain storming, mind mapping, creating flow charts, and time lines, among other things.

This episode is a little under one half hour long and is available for viewing for a limited time at no cost.  Simply contact lawtechTalk for information regarding how to access this screencast.