German Language version of NetworkLawyers page
This page is for the English version of NetworkLawyers. To read the German translation, go to NetworkLawyersGerman.
About NetworkLawyer discussion group
NetworkLawyers is the English language email discussion group for lawyers, law professors, law librarians, legal assistants and other legal professionals to exchange information about the internet, technology and related law topics. The group is not a source of legal information for non-lawyers.
The emphasis of NetworkLawyers is the internet in law practice. The group is a launching pad for the exploration and development of new uses and innovation on the internet and as well a place for helping legal professionals who are new to the internet.
Home page at Yahoo|Groups for NetworkLawyers with the message archives and a place to register is at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/network-lawyers. There is a "Google-Group" for testing: http://groups-beta.google.com/group/network-lawyers (see this message of JohnDeBruyn).
Members of NetworkLawyers at JuraWiki
The members of NetworkLawyers from the European Union are:
GeorgeGiagkoudakis of Kavala, Greece who joined Network-Lawyers just recently. George has a web site at http://lawoffice.50webs.com with a page in German at http://lawoffice.50webs.com/Rechtskanzlei.htm and also a page in English at http://lawoffice.50webs.com/engl_lawoffice.htm
RainerLangenhan of Nieder-Olm who has a web site http://www.handakte.de/ and also a weblog Handakte WebLAWg at http://log.handakte.de/ which has some references to your JuraWiki. Rainer joined the NetworkLawyers discussion group some time ago.
JohnDeBruyn, Denver CO USA is one of the co-moderators of NetworkLawyers, who has started a homepage JohnDeBruyn here at JuraWiki. JohnDeBruyn is also working on the development of this NetworkLawyers page.
About this Wiki web site called JuraWiki
JuraWiki was introduced at the 11th Annual Congress of the German Association for Computing in the Judiciary in Saarbrücken. It is a new forum for lawyers on the Internet, on which every webpage can not only be read, but can also be edited by anyone at anytime. And it can now be applied to new legal information websites. Registration is not necessary.
It has been made possible by the WikiWikiWeb Technology, which has been in the Internet since 1994. It is now available for the first time to lawyers specifically in German.
Tour JuraWiki in English
Take a tour of JuraWiki using the Google translation tool via JuraWikiTour. Google renders a rough translation of the German into English that will give the English speaking visitor some idea about the topics of interest covered.
messages about this page
Here is JohnDeBruyn's note to Ralf about starting this page for the NetworkLawyers discussion group. The following has been revised to reflect Ralf's permission to proceed.
Hi Ralf, thank you for welcoming me to your wiki--I was able to read some of what is going on here using the Google page translator. With your permission I would like to start a page here for NetworkLawyers discussion group which has two lawyers from the European Union participating: GeorgeGiagkoudakis of Kavala, Greece and also RainerLangenhan of Nieder-Olm.
Now that you have given permission I am going to invite George and Rainer to sign in on the NetworkLawyers page with your permission.
It's a very good idea. I would be happy if you realise it. In this context: Some time ago we handled it a bit "conservative" with foreign language in the JuraWiki (see FremdSprache1), but anyway the trend goes to MultiLang and so we don't have to stop it. And for me and my horrible English more practice would not be amiss. -- RalfZosel 2003-07-30 05:01:01
Hi Ralf, Thank you for how do you say "do you speak German" in the German language? "Sprechen Sie Deutsch?"
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