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Robert Ambrogi,
a lawyer
in Rockport, MA, is vice president for editorial services at Jaffe Associates and director of WritersForLawyers.

He is author of the book, The Essential Guide to the Best (and Worst) Legal Sites on the Web

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Monday, March 15, 2004
The largest deposition bank on the Internet
Laying claim to the largest deposition bank on the Internet, TRIALSmith archives more than 150,000 deposition transcripts of experts, doctors and corporate representatives. Access is exclusively restricted to plaintiffs' lawyers, who also use it to exchange documents, tips and investigative tools. Search for an expert by name or keyword, and view any available deposition immediately online or download it to your computer. Formerly known as DepoConnect, TRIALSmith hosts more than 400 discussion lists with more than 60,000 lawyers participating. It is sponsored by more than 50 state and national trial lawyer associations and litigation groups. It offers a range of subscription plans at reasonable prices.

Sunday, March 14, 2004
Blog tracks launch of Christian law school
Coming in August 2004: Liberty University School of Law in Lynchburg, Va. As he prepares for the launch, the school's dean, Bruce W. Green, blogs his thoughts and observations on the progress of founding a new law school.

A new tool for downloading patents
My February Web Watch column for Law Technology News reviewed a number of sites for patent and trademark searching on the Web. Subsequently, I received a message from E. Timothy Uy, a graduate student in Applied Physics at Stanford, telling me about a patent delivery site he developed, patents | oncloud8. He said that he designed it after getting frustrated with downloading patent images from esp@cenet and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. your article!). Patents | oncloud8 provides immediate batch-downloaded PDF-stiched EPO documents (U.S. and international) for 88 cents per patent. There is no registration and membership fee.