Tag Archives: Jason Wilson

Wilson: Against an eBook Model for Legal Publishing

Jason Wilson of Jones McClure Publishing has published Adopting an eBook Model Is a Terrible Idea for Legal Publishers, at rethinc.k. In this post, Mr. Wilson reflects on the current role of eBooks in legal publishing. He presents several arguments … Continue reading

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Wilson: Should Reed Elsevier Sell Lexis-Nexis?

Jason Wilson of Jones McClure Publishing has published Should Reed Elsevier sell Lexis-Nexis? at rethinc.k. In this post, Mr. Wilson comments on recent reports and posts about the possibility that the publishing conglomerate Reed Elsevier might leave the legal publishing … Continue reading

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Wilson on Flattening Content: Why Legal Publishers Will Shun Customization

Jason Wilson of Jones McClure Publishing has published Flattening Content: Why Legal Publishers Will Shun Customization, on 3 Geeks and a Law Blog. In this post, Jason argues that legal publishers should offer access to large quantities of multitopical legal … Continue reading

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Wilson on Technology-Driven Transformation in Legal Services

Jason Wilson of Jones McClure Publishing has published two widely discussed new posts on technology-driven change in legal services: The Rise of the Programmers and I Am Now an App. The posts appear on Slaw.ca, the Canadian legal blog. In … Continue reading

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Wilson on Exploded Legal Data

Jason Wilson of Jones McClure Publishing has an interesting new post entitled Exploded data, the legal web, and what we’re missing, at his rethinc.k blog. Jason’s post draws on his conversation of last month with Dr. Peter Jackson of Thomson … Continue reading

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