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  Journal of Information, Law and Technology   (United Kingdom)
    became European Journal of Law and Technology (2010-)
  2002, Issue 3
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  • Editorial

  • Refereed Articles
  • Maximise Modelling, Minimise Drudgery, Enhance Learning: Developing and Customising an Expandable Web Site that Teaches Law Students How to Interview and Counsel Clients
        Marlene Le Brun
  • Like IT or Loathe IT: Flexible Delivery of Unincorporated Associations and Trusts at Griffith University
        Philippa England
  • Understanding Information Laws: A Sociological Approach
        John Cahir
  • Trouble with Prime Numbers: DeCSS, DVD and the Protection of Proprietary Encryption Tools
        Andrés Guadamuz González
  • Making Copyright Ambidextrous: An Expose of Copyleft
        Maureen O'Sullivan
  • European VAT on Digital Sales
        Subhajit Basu
  • Law Firm Clients as Drivers of Law Firm Change, II
        Petter Gottschalk

  • Special Research Report
  • Virtual Representation: Australian Elected Representatives and the Impact of the Internet
        Peter Chen

  • Commentaries
  • What is 'Unfairness'? In Cricket and in Standardised Testing
        Orlan Lee

  • Book Reviews
  • 'Cross Border Enforcement of Patent Rights: An Analysis of the Interface Between Intellectual Property and Private International Law', by Marta Pertagas Sender
        Reviewed by Philip Leith
  • Managing Intellectual Capital', by David J Teece
        Reviewed by Charles Oppenheim
  • 'Effective Learning and Teaching in Law', by Roger Burridge, Karen Hinett, Abdul Paliwala and Tracy Varnava (eds)
        Reviewed by Lorna Gillies
  • 'Information Technology Strategies: How Leading Firms Use IT to Gain and Advantage', by William V Rapp
        Reviewed by Mads Andersen

  • Conferences

  • Coming soon - A special feature on the Second Bournemouth Symposium on Intellectual Property, 9 July 2002.

  • Miscellaneous

  • Current news

  • UK Conferences

  • Worldwide Conferences

  • Copyright Notice