ABA develops online guide

The Internet has been touted as a "state-of-the-art" legal resource for attorneys, but unless you know where to look, all that hi-tech capability means nothing.

The American Bar Association has developed a handy online guide, compiling a list of all books available in printed form that serve as guides to legal resources on the Internet, court electronic bulletin boards and the large commercial online services.

The list has been compiled by G. Burgess Allison, who writes a technology column for the ABA Law Practice Management Section's magazine.

Available on the ABA's World Wide Web page, the Internet address for the list is: