A couple of interesting links that came to me from newsletters today.
first, in one of the Technolawyer newsletters, sample E-Discovery Documents from Applied Discovery. There are a handful of samples available, with a few extra available if you register with the site. If you are just starting out with e-discovery and want an idea of what questions to ask about backup tapes, or a good chain of custody log, this wouldn’t be a bad place to start.
Secondly, from the September ALSP newsletter, Career Building Through Effective Networking, which if you’ve been reading here for very long, you know I how important I think this idea is. I like Don’s ideas, including being involved not just in person, but on-line with social networking, blogs, and user groups. Some excellent advice.
Just goes to show, even with blogs and RSS feeds dominating my information flow, there’s still some good stuff floating around in email newsletters too!