"The Legal List, Law-Related Resources on the Internet and Elsewhere," which all
"The Legal List, Law-Related Resources on the Internet and Elsewhere," which allows lawyers to tap into the Internet in order to pick the minds of legal specialists throughout the world and to to run down cases, was written by Erik Heels in 1992 and is now in its fifth edition. Heels, 28, is a resident of Eliot and a third-year law student at the University of Maine law school. He holds an electrical engineering degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and believes that those lawyers who don't learn to use computer networks are going to be left behind. Chuck Hazzard, in a one-man practice in East Winthrop, agrees. Hazzard is developing a proposal for a course on the Internet, to be offered as part of the Maine Bar Association's continuing education program.
Internet (Computer network), Law, Eric Hells
""The Legal List, Law-Related Resources on the Internet and Elsewhere," which all" (1994). Maine News Index – Portland Press Herald. 14567.