Red Street's founders, Rick Klau and Erik Heels, have written many articles and have written or contributed to several books. Information about selected publications appears below.
RedStreet's Best Legal Websites 2000
Written by RedStreet founders Erik J. Heels and Richard P. Klau, the book RedStreet's Best Legal Websites 2000 includes the research methodology, analysis, and statistics behind the reviews; detailed scores in 50 categories for the nation's largest 300 law firms; and details about the best website designers.
Law Law Law on the Internet
When we sat down to write Law Law Law on the Internet, we wanted to provide a snapshot of what the legal profession was doing on the Internet. In many ways, this book is an extension of our reviews. Where the reviews look just at law firms, the book looks at law firms, courts, bar associations, law schools, publishers, and anyone else putting legal information online.
Here's what one reviewer had to say about the book:
"[S]ince Heels and Klau have selected these sites with great care, ... this information [will] live longer than the listings in your typical Internet guide. While it is, as the publishers point out, only a 'snapshot' of a changing Internet, it is indeed a valuable pointer toward legal information providers who 'make a difference.'
I really like Heels and Klau's running dictionary of Internet and computer terms. The entries are boxed individually on most right-hand pages throughout the book. ... The definitions are delightful, humorous, often legal-specific and based on the authors' personal insight - not to mention informative and easy to understand."
- Dan Harmon, "Zeroing in on Legal Sites." Lawyer's PC, May 15, 1998.
You can buy the book directly from the American Bar Association. Law Practice Management members and law students receive a $5 discount.
Law Law Law on the Internet: The Best Legal Websites and More 1998 7 x 10 325 pages paper ISBN: 1-57073-553-0 ABA Product code: 511-0400 $39.95.