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Quote of the Day - Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in awhile, you could miss it. - Unknown

Lawyer 2 Lawyer Internet Radio Looks To Legal Wikis: Boom Or Bust?

On this week's Lawyer 2 Lawyer, we will explore the world of "Legal Wikis."  Are they helping or hurting the law?  What does the future hold for Wikis?  Are we reshaping years and years of facts through the click of a button?

Join me and my co-host and fellow Law.com blogger Bob Ambrogi as we hear from the experts:  Martin Farley, an Intellectual Property Law Librarian at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in London, England, returning guest Tom Mighell, Senior Counsel and Litigation Technology Support Coordinator at Cowles & Thompson in Dallas, Texas and Daniel N. Lewis, entrepreneur and Vice President of Business Development and General Counsel of St. Petersburg, Florida's Wikia, Inc.  Don't miss this show!

Posted by J. Craig Williams on 5/9/2007 at 18:53 Comments (1)

 

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Comments by Greg May from United States on Friday, May 11, 2007 at 19:18

That was an interesting podcast. Odd to hear that so many will be doing so much to make no money, though (in the opinion of one of your guest, wikis would be more of a tool than a money maker). I'm trusting that the capitalist system will produce someone who figures out how to make money at this.

 

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