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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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Friday, April 16, 2004
The verdict is in: Lawyers ranked in Chambers USA guide
The 2004-2005 Chambers USA Guide to America's Leading Business Lawyers, the only legal directory to rank law firms and individual lawyers, was released today on the Web. The guide, which is published by Chambers and Partners, the London-based publisher of Chambers Global and Chambers UK Leading Lawyers, investigates the top firms and lawyers for each state in over 20 areas of commercial law. It says that its detailed research distinguishes it from any other attorney listing in the nation.

Thursday, April 15, 2004
The perfect launch for April 15: TaxProf Blog
Paul L. Caron, Charles Hartsock professor of law at the University of Cincinnati College of Law and a nationally recognized tax-law scholar, today launched TaxProf Blog. It offers resources, news and information of interest to law school tax professors in their scholarship and teaching, including regularly updated permanent resources along with daily news and information. Although aimed at professors, Caron says the blog should be of interest to students and practitioners as well.

Wednesday, April 14, 2004
ABA launches site devoted to 'unbundling' legal services
The American Bar Association Standing Committee on the Delivery of Legal Services today launched the Pro Se/Unbundling Resource Center. According to the official announcement, the site is intended to help state policymakers better understand the growing practice of unbundling of legal services, in which lawyers partner with a client to accomplish discrete tasks rather than provide complete representation, and pro se-or self-representation. Among the resources included in the site are articles, reports, cases, court rules and ethics opinions.