More Lawyers Should Self-Publish—Mostly

More lawyers should self-publish. Also, fewer lawyers should self-publish. Let me explain. We lawyers become experts in our areas of practice and learn a mountain of useful information over our careers. It's natural to share that information with a wider audience by writing a book. It's natural, but it isn't easy. Especially for busy professionals. … Continue reading More Lawyers Should Self-Publish—Mostly

Fastcase Adds Littler Employer Library

Fastcase just added a truckload of employment law titles from Littler. They're here! @Littler Employer Library titles are now available on @fastcase. For a complete list of titles and pricing information visit https://t.co/4bOl9htR2a Plus, you can sign up for a free daily Employment Law Case Digest. pic.twitter.com/e5tvP3Phxc — Fastcase (@fastcase) March 22, 2018 Continuing its … Continue reading Fastcase Adds Littler Employer Library

The Future of Print Books and Legal Publishing

Jared Correia interviewed Ed Walters in the latest Legal Toolkit podcast, providing a glimpse into the future of legal publishing. It's a fun conversation for book geeks, and it serves up some great insights. For example, big global publishers (Thomson Reuters, Wolters Kluwer) have found print books to be a drag on their business, but this has … Continue reading The Future of Print Books and Legal Publishing

Fastcase’s New Publishing Arm

Fastcase announced its own publishing house last week: Full Court Press. The name comes from this New Yorker article about a basketball strategy that gives plucky underdogs a chance against bigger, more skilled, more traditional teams. It recognizes the monumental task of creating a body of secondary legal materials that can compete with West and Lexis. … Continue reading Fastcase’s New Publishing Arm