I get asked this question a lot and I always get a chuckle when I hear it. You see, I’ve always thought that my blog posts, especially the extended ones, were articles.
I’ve written quite a few articles this year. I’ve also written some chapters for a forthcoming book (anthology) on information security.
Tom Mighell and I write the monthly “Strongest Links” column on Law Practice Today. I also write, on average, one article every two months on legal technology or law practice management topics on Law Practice Today.
Tom Mighell, Evan Schaeffer and I are writing a regular “Thinking E-Discovery” column on DiscoveryResources.org.
The other two places my new articles regularly appear are on LLRX.com and Law Office Computing. I’m currently working on an article about software updates for Law Office Computing.
Before the end of the year, I’ll be writing my annual legal technology predictions article. I have a few other articles in mind. I expect to write two articles on “client-driven technologies,” an article on how the combination of CaseMap 5 and Adobe Acrobat 7 may be the perfect tool set for small electronic discovery cases, and maybe something on either Web 2.0 tools for lawyers or the Open Source licenses. These days, I generally prefer to publish on the Internet, either on LLRX.com or Law Practice Today.
My articles do get republished in print and on the Internet on a regular basis as well, so you never know where you might see an article from me.
And, of course, I’m always willing to write articles and white papers for pay on other topics that interest me.
[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (https://www.denniskennedy.com/blog/)]
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