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Wikis for the Legal Profession

From the ABA's Law Practice Today: "With the increased use of "wiki" in the legal profession, there is a surprisingly great knowledge gap. What is a "wiki" and how can it prove beneficial to my work? From the basic to expansive side of this recent phenomenon, Mighell and Kennedy provide a useful tool of reference and insight."  Cross-posted on Law Librarian Blog. [RJ]

February 21, 2007 in Wikis | Permalink

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