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  Journal of Information, Law and Technology   (United Kingdom)
    became European Journal of Law and Technology (2010-)
  2001, Issue 3
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  • Editorial

  • Refereed Articles
  • 'Order in the Virtual Law Classroom…Order in the Virtual Law Classroom' - A Closer Look at American Law Schools in Cyberspace: Constructing Multiple Instructional Strategies for Effective Internet-based Legal Education
        Robert Woods
  • A Review of the Development of an Internet Delivered LL.M Program in the United States
        William Byrnes
  • Developing Multimedia Flexible Teaching and Learning Packages: Valuing New Genres of Legal Scholarship
        Marlene Le Brun
  • Sui Generis Database Right: Ripe for Review?
        Catherine Colston
  • Spam Law for the Internet
        Wye Keen Khong
  • Creating a Subpoena-Proof Diary: A Technological Solution to a Legal Problem
        James Miller and Lixin Gao
  • Habeas Data vs the European Data Protection Directive
        Andrés Guadamuz
  • New Financial Reporting Regulations for E-Commerce Companies
        Tracy Manly and Lori Leonard
  • An Assessment of ICANN's Mandatory Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy in Resolving Disputes Over Domain Names
        Douglas Hancock

  • Commentaries
  • Are You XPerienced?
        John Hogan
  • Discoursing the Virtual Classroom
        Abdul Paliwala

  • Work in Progress
  • Integrating C&IT into the Delivery of a Law Module: A Reflective Look at Two Postgraduate Modules Delivered in the 2000/2001 Academic Year
        David Poyton

  • Miscellaneous

  • Current news

  • UK Conferences

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