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"This is a superb and wondrous book, an incredibly useful tool for lawyers,
and to a large degree, for accountants and consultants as well. It is a monumental
effort, produced by an outstanding editor."
"Taecan is delighted to be recognized by Mr. Ambrogi as a top CLE site on
the web. This is especially true because Mr. Ambrogi knows the legal market
well and has done extensive research into what lawyers want to see on the
Web for CLE."
"The Essential Guide is a cornucopia of virtual resources. The amount of
useful information provided is remarkable, as author-attorney Robert J. Ambrogi
culls through countless legal websites in an attempt to separate the useful
hyperlinks from the useless hype."
"With more than 30 million sites out there, finding useful information on
the Web can be as difficult as finding a building on an unfamiliar street
without a roadmap. It is easy to get lost. Fortunately, The Essential Guide
to the Best (And Worst) Legal Sites on the Web now provides an Internet map
for lawyers, law students, librarians and academics.
"... It’s easy to get lost in a sea of information when researching without
navigational aids. The Essential Guide to the Best (And Worst) Legal Sites
contains a treasure trove of site reviews for legal researchers. The author’s
organization and descriptive style make the book a joy to use. It is an excellent
resource for finding legal and non-legal information on the Internet."
- Michael L. Goldblatt, Associate General Counsel,
Tidewater Inc., New Orleans, writing in
the American Bar Association's
Law Practice Management
Books and guides help you sort through the overwhelming amount of information
on the Internet. I highly recommend The Essential Guide to the Best (and
Worst) Legal Sites on the Web (by Robert Ambrogi, ALM Publishing, $34.95).
This is a good general reference for law firms searching a variety of legal
- Ruth G. Balkin, CEO and Founder,
BALKIN Library & Information Services,
writing in Off The Shelf, Volume 17 Number 3/4,
"Ambrogi's book remains a bright-line reference to what has become a torrent
of information on the law and legal topics from the Web. As the Internet
grows, more legal professionals are attempting to make its rich resources
understandable and accessible. The Essential Guide is one of those works
that both the seasoned searcher and Web newcomer will welcome for this purpose."
- Mary Koshollek, director of library services,
Godfrey & Kahn, Milwaukee,
and adjunct professor, Marquette University Law School,
writing in Wisconsin Lawyer, July 2002.