Lewis S. Eisen Publications

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Books and Journals

  • Book Cover: Unlocking the Golden Handcuffs: Leaving the Public Service for Work You Really Love

    Book Cover: Unlocking the Golden Handcuffs: Leaving the Public Service for Work You Really Love

    author of Unlocking the Golden Hancuffs: Leaving the Public Service for Work You Really Love (2018) Pixley Press

  • author of Respectful Policies and Directives — How to Write Rules That People Want to Follow (2017) Pixley Press
  • author of These Words Go Together, 4th Edition — A reference guide to well-formed phrases in contemporary business English (2016), Pixley Press
  • author of The Canadian Lawyer’s Internet Guide, 3rd Edition (1997, Amicus Legal Publishing)
  • Respectful Policies and Directives • Lewis S. Eisen Publications

    Book Cover: Respectful Policies and Directives—How to Write Rules That People Want to Follow

    technology columnist for The Lawyers Weekly newspaper

  • Instructor of Treasures of the Internet A Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Course
  • author of Technology in Practice (2nd Edition 1991), Carswell
  • Editor-in-Chief, Law Office Management JournalCarswell

Articles

  • “Computer Training the Legal Profession,” (1999) 48 U.N.B.L.J. 325
  • “Clearing away the Clutter: Automating a Lawyer’s To-Do List,” The Litigator, Vol 6, No 3, November 1999, Ontario Trial Lawyers Association
  • These Words Go Together • Lewis S. Eisen Publications“Getting Started on the Internet,” The Lawyers Weekly, Vol 15, Oct 16, 1995, Butterworths
  • “Web Advertising Can Raise Your Profile,” The Lawyers Weekly, Vol 15. No 4, May 26, 1995, Butterworths
  • “Software Review: Amicus Attorney,” CSALT Review, Vol 9. No 1, April 1995, Canadian Society for the Advancement of Legal Technology
  • “Personal Databases,” General Practitioner’s Digest, Vol 7. No 1, Fall 1994, Conference of the General Practitioners, Canadian Bar Association
  • “Four Myths About Voice-Activated Technology,” CSALT Review, Vol 8. No 1, April 1994, Canadian Society for the Advancement of Legal Technology
  • “Security Issues for the 1990s,” The Scrivener, Vol 2. No 3, Summer 1993, The Society of Notaries Public of British Columbia
  • “Equipping the Home Office,” General Practitioner’s Digest, Vol 5. No 4, Spring 1993, Conference of the General Practitioners, Canadian Bar Association
  • “Real Estate Support Packages,” The Scrivener, Vol 1. No 2, Spring 1993, The Society of Notaries Public of British Columbia
  • “The Changing Attitudes Towards Law Office Technology,” The Forum, No 3, March 1993, Alberta Legal Information Technology Assessment
  • Canadian Lawyer's Internet Guide • Lewis S. Eisen Publications“Do You Need More Technology,” The Scrivener, Vol 1. No 1, Autumn 1992, The Society of Notaries Public of British Columbia
  • “Software Piracy: Not a Pretty Site,” General Practitioner’s Digest, Vol 5. No 2, Summer 1992, Conference of the General Practitioners, Canadian Bar Association
  • “Technology in the Law Office: How B.C. Measures Up,” The Advocate, July 1992
  • “Palmtop Computers: Not yet ripe for picking…,” General Practitioner’s Digest, Vol 5. No 1, Spring 1992, Conference of the General Practitioners, Canadian Bar Association
  • “Trends in Portables,” CSALT Review, Vol 5. No 2, Winter 1992, Canadian Society for the Advancement of Legal Technology
  • “Electronic Writer,” Canadian Corporate Counsel, Vol 1. No 5, March 1992, Emond Montgomery Publications Limited
  • “Taking Notes on the Keyboard,” General Practitioner’s Digest, Vol 4. No 2, Spring 1991, Conference of the General Practitioners, Canadian Bar Association
  • “Motivational Aspects of Lawyers Using Computers,” Law Office Management Journal, Vol 2. No. 1, March 1991, Carswell
  • “Clearing Away the Clutter: The Automated ‘TO DO’ List,” Law Office Management Journal, Vol 1. No. 1, August 1989, Carswell
  • “Computer Training in the Law Office,” CSALT News, Vol 3. Issue 3, December 1988, Canadian Society for the Advancement of Legal Technology
  • “Teaching Lawyers to Use Computers,” Globe & Mail, November 1988