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Emory Law: Electronic Resources The following is a list of subscription-based law related electronic resources and databases with a brief description of each. For a list arranged by subject, go here: Electronic Resources -- By Subject The symbols following most references to online resources indicate the access policies that apply to those databases: SHODAN - Computer Search Engine Shodan is the world's first computer search engine that lets you search the Internet for computers. Find devices based on city, country, latitude/longitude, hostname, operating system and IP. Check out Shodan Exploits if you want to search for known vulnerabilities and exploits. It lets you search across Exploit DB, Metasploit, CVE, OSVDB and Packetstorm with one simple interface. Check out the official Shodan API documentation and learn how to access Shodan from Python, Ruby or Perl. For an example of how Shodan can offer new functionality to your program, check out the awesome FOCA tool.
Legal English Not to be confused with English legal terms, see English law. Legal English (Legalese) is the style of English used by lawyers and other legal professionals in the course of their work. It has particular relevance when applied to legal writing and the drafting of written material, including: Legal English has traditionally been the preserve of lawyers from English-speaking countries (especially the U.S., the UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Kenya, and South Africa) which have shared common law traditions. Emerging global networks for free access to law: WorldLII’s strategies Graham Greenleaf, Philip Chung and Andrew Mowbray Co-Directors, AustLII & WorldLII* 1. The emerging ‘free access to law’ network
Deciding on Your Wishes for Care: Understanding the Medical Terms Used in Living Wills Preparing an advanced directive Many of us shy away from one very important decision: What type of medical care do I want if I’m too sick, confused, or injured to voice my concerns? While you may be in robust health today, an emergency, such as a car accident or a stroke, could occur. Or you might be diagnosed with a severe, life-threatening illness. Unpublished Opinions in Federal Courts: An Interview with David Cleveland « Cornell Law Library's InSITE Website Reviews | Main | Google Reaches Tentative Settlement of Book Search Copyright Class Action » October 29, 2008 Unpublished Opinions in Federal Courts: An Interview with David Cleveland David Cleveland is an Assistant Professor of Law at Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law Center. Professor Cleveland has recently written two articles on the history, value, and future of unpublished opinions in the federal courts: Overturning the Last Stone: The Final Step in Returning Precedential Status to All Opinions , 10 J.App.Prac. & Process ___ (2009)[SSRN] and Draining the Morass: Ending the Jurisprudentially Unsound Unpublication System , 92 Marq. L.
EXCLUSIVE: Woman can use Facebook to serve divorce papers - NY Daily News A Brooklyn woman scored a judge’s approval to legally change her relationship status to “single” via Facebook. In a landmark ruling, Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Matthew Cooper is allowing a nurse named Ellanora Baidoo to serve her elusive husband with divorce papers via a Facebook message. Baidoo, 26, “is granted permission serve defendant with the divorce summons using a private message through Facebook,” with her lawyer messaging Victor Sena Blood-Dzraku through her account, Cooper wrote. “This transmittal shall be repeated by plaintiff’s attorney to defendant once a week for three consecutive weeks or until acknowledged” by her hard-to-find hubby. “I think it’s new law, and it’s necessary,” said Baidoo’s lawyer, Andrew Spinnell. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images