Ms. Gilsinan is co-owner of Knowledge Management Seminars and SoLaw.com, LLC, which
trains lawyers and support staff in software for the law office. She is also a member of
Russell, Tompkins and Gilsinan, LLC in St. Louis, Missouri, where she practices appellate
Ms. Gilsinan has
taught St. Louis area lawyers and legal professionals standard legal research and computer
assisted legal research methods for over twenty years. Among those to whom she has taught
Westlaw, Lexis-Nexis and Internet research are judges and staff of the U.S. Eighth Circuit
Court of Appeals, the U. S. District Court, Eastern District of Missouri, staff of the St.
Louis Metropolitan Police Academy, instructors at St. Louis Community College, and lawyers
in private law firms. She currently teaches the Internet and Computer Assisted Legal
Research courses at Webster University.
She has participated in Internet and
technology seminars for the American Bar Association, the Missouri Bar, the Bar
Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, and the National Business Institute. She has
written extensively for the American Bar Association (Appellate Practice Journal), the
Missouri Bar (CLE Deskbook Series), the St. Louis Bar Journal and Missouri Lawyers Weekly.
Ms. Gilsinan graduated from the
University of Denver College of Law in 1975 and is a member of the Order of St. Ives and
the American, Colorado, Missouri and St. Louis Bar Associations. She received her B.A.
degree, cum laude, in Sociology from Loyola University in 1969. Ms. Gilsinan
maintains a web page at which was recently noted as a resource-rich web site by The
National Law Journal (March, 1999).
Value Added Teams
Trips, Traps and Technology: Why Small Office
and Solo Lawyers Don't Have to Practice Alone in the New Millennium
FedAppeal: Web Resources for Federal Appellate
The Appealing Internet (Web
Resources for Missouri Practitioners)
Appellate Practice Seminar Presentation Outline
Web Sites for Estate Practitioners
Web Sites for Doing Discovery
Investigating the Internet (Finding
Resources on the Web)
Using Internet E-Mail and Building a Personal
(Firm) Web Page