Lending Library


Information Security for Lawyers & Law Firms

By Sharon D. Nelson, David K. Isom, & John W. Simek

Lending Library Number: 48

Co-published by the Section of Science & Technology Law and Law Practice Management Section of the ABA

Written for lawyers and law firms, this book provides sound advice and offers valuable guidelines and assistance to bridge the worlds of law and technology on important information security issues that face the legal professional every day.

Content Includes:

  • The ethical duties of lawyers relating to securing their electronic information
  • How a small firm can have reliable security
  • What are worms, Trojans, spyware, malware, spiders, key loggers and their implications
  • Is it safe to use wireless technology for the delivery of legal services
  • In large firms, what information security duties can be delegated
  • How lawyers and other law firm personnel can be trained in information security