Law Technology News
February 2000
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CALIFORNIA

HotDocs Forms

LEXIS Publishing has released three California HotDocs Forms: California Workers' Compensation; California Marital Settlement Agreements; and California Business Formation Forms.

The Workers' Comp package includes 90 fully automated forms and more than 200 pages of forms-specific commentary. The marital settlement title includes eight clause libraries, Lexis notes.

For more information ENTER no. 352 after Clicking Here.

Judicial Council Forms

Fresno LaserGraphics, Inc. has announced that California Judicial Council Forms for January 2000 are available free at its site, www.LawCA.com/n.html.

For more information ENTER no. 353 after Clicking Here.

ILLINOIS

Transcription Service

Victoria Rock has announced the formation of a new company called Victoria's Transcription Services Inc. a Chicago-based transciption company that is utilizing Sten-Tel techology, which stores, tracks, indexes and archives information. The transcriptionist is involved only in the output of the document, the company advises.

For more information ENTER no. 354 after Clicking Here.

MASSACHUSETTS

mass.law.com

Law.com and American Lawyer Media have launched mass.law.com, covering Massachusetts legal issues and practices. It is the first of what is expected to be a national sting of Web sites serving states not currently covered by ALM newspapers. It includes federal and state appellate decision summaries as well as wire service materials.

Law.com is a sister company to American Lawyer Media. ALM publishes Law Technology News.

For more information ENTER no. 372 after Clicking Here.

NEVADA

Caselaw Acquisition

LEXIS-NEXIS Group has announced the acquistion the product line of Caselaw Electronic Publishers. CEP publishes research and practice tools concerning law in the state of Nevada.

For more information ENTER no. 355 after Clicking Here.

NEW YORK / NEW JERSEY

Microsoft Seminars

Microsoft Corp. has announced that it will hold Technet Conferences in New Jersey and in Rochester, N.Y.

For more information ENTER no. 356 after Clicking Here.

LawSeminars.com

LawSeminars.com has received accreditation from the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board for its online seminars.

New York state attorneys can fulfill education requirements by attending courses on the service, which is a division of Law.com (a sister company of American Lawyer Media, which publishes Law Technology News).

For more information ENTER no. 357 after Clicking Here.

MULTI-STATE

Bar Requirements

State requirements for obtaining a license to practice law are now available online, at a new site offered by the ABA Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar.

The Comprehensive Guide to Bar Admission Requirements can be found online.

For more information ENTER no. 358 after Clicking Here.

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