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Ambrogi on Legal Wikis

Interesting article from Law.com:

"The engine driving collaboration on the Web is a site known as a wiki, from the Hawaiian word for fast. Attorney Robert Ambrogi tracks innovative and intriguing ways that wikis are wowing the legal profession -- from collaboratively written Web books to virtual volumes of legal research."

Includes a list of legal wikis. [RJ]

May 21, 2007 in Wikis | Permalink


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