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19, 2013, at 5, 9 (discussing the impact that the information age has had on postconviction pro se practice) [hereinafter Post-Conviction Justice in the Information Age]; Ken Strutin, Post-Conviction Representation, Pro Se Practice and Access to the Courts, LLRX (Feb.
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Halvorson, whose exhaustive articles for LLRX (http://www.llrx/features/jurisline.htm) provides a step-by-step account of his efforts to verify just who is behind Jurisline and whether the site can truly be trusted as a resource for legal researcher.
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Many such directories organize the Web for lawyers--for example, Findlaw.com or LLRX.com, the Law Library Resource Exchange compendium of court rules, forms, and dockets, designed specifically for litigators.
(94) See Ruth Levush, Features--A Guide to the Israeli Legal System, LLRX, Jan.
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Denise Howell, a US Attorney, said it very well in her article "Law Meets Blog: Electronic Publishing Comes Of Age" posted to LLRX May 1, 2002 at
My favourite five are Hieros Gamos (www.hg.org -- click on Law for 230 Countries), LLRX.com (www.llrx.com -- click on the Foreign and International link under Resource Centers), Internet Legal Resource Guide (www.ilrg.com -- click on World Index under Global Research), Jurist (http://jurist.law.pitt.edu/world/index.htm -- and click on World Law), and Findlaw (www.findlaw, com -- click on Foreign and International).
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