The first edition in 93 Law Libr. J. 423 (2001) reviewed the impact of technologies on law schools between 1970 and 2001. This second edition includes the year range 2001 to 1 March 2008, thus illustrating the need for an update on the number of articles, commentaries, conference papers, essays, books, and book chapters.
Goldman categorises the bibliography into seven key themes: specific technologies, curriculum, distance education, pedagogy, law schools, the future of technology in legal education, and miscellaneous.
In total, 554 entries are made in the 2008 edition compared to the initial 221 entries made in 2001, representing a good 50% increase; although some of the entries are duplicated under two or more categories. Nevertheless, this does represent a useful and well organised set of resources - just a shame it's not hyperlinked to HeinOnline, Google Scholar, other databases, or even, dare I say, Del.icio.us?!