Journal: Journal of Information, Law and Technology

Volume 1, Issue 3

0 -- 0Subhajit Basu, Joe Duffy. Providing affordable, accessible legal information and advice for older people
0 -- 0Darryl R. Mountain. An Update and Reconsideration of Chrissy Burns' 'Online Legal Services-A Revolution that Failed?'
0 -- 0Lukas Feiler. The Legality of the Data Retention Directive in Light of the Fundamental Rights to Privacy and Data Protection
0 -- 0Richard V. De Mulder, Kees van Noortwijk, Morris Goldsmith, Ainat Pansky, Asher Koriat, Shlomit Kadourin Labin. CORMAS: A Computerized Tool for the Analysis of Eyewitness Memory Correspondence
0 -- 0Michael Anthony C. Dizon. Participatory democracy and information and communications technology: A legal pluralist perspective
0 -- 0Pheh Hoon Lim. Search Engines and Finding a Threshold Test for Plagiarism
0 -- 0Philip Leith. Editorial
0 -- 0Vytautas Cyras, Friedrich Lachmayer. Technical Rules and Legal Rules in Online Virtual Worlds

Volume 1, Issue 2

0 -- 0Nick Scharf. Digital Rights Management and Fair Dealing
0 -- 0Chris Marsden. European Law and Regulation of Mobile Net Neutrality
0 -- 0Maria Daphne Papadopoulou. Copyright Limitations and Exceptions in an E-Education Environment
0 -- 0Richard Jones. Intellectual Property Reform for the Internet Generation. An Accident Waiting to Happen
0 -- 0Erich Schweighofer. Guest Editorial
0 -- 0Daniela Tiscornia, Piercarlo Rossi. ICT for Networking Research and Education Communities around Europe: towards an ontology-based model for a collaborative platform of European law
0 -- 0Pauline C. Reich, Stuart Weinstein, Charles Wild, Allan S. Cabanlong. Cyber Warfare: A Review of Theories, Law, Policies, Actual Incidents - and the Dilemma of Anonymity

Volume 1, Issue 1

0 -- 0Cesare Maioli. On the preparation of better law graduates and ICT jurists
0 -- 0Abdul Paliwala. A History of Legal Informatics
0 -- 0Philip Leith, Abdul Paliwala. Welcome Comments
0 -- 0Peter W. Martin. How Structural Features of the U.S. Judical System have Affected the Take-up of Digital Technology by Courts
0 -- 0Philip Leith. The Rise and Fall of the Legal Expert System
0 -- 0Fernando Galindo. From Legal Thesaurus to E-Signatures
0 -- 0Philip Leith. Review: The Software License Unveiled
0 -- 0Richard V. De Mulder. Jurimetrics Please!
0 -- 0Jon Bing. Let There be Lite: A Brief History of Legal Information Retrieval
0 -- 0Philip Leith. Citizen Access to Sources of Law: re-engineering for e-Gov?
0 -- 0Graham Greenleaf. The Global Development of Free Access to Legal Information
0 -- 0Abdul Paliwala. Socrates and Confucius: A Long History of Information Technology in Legal Education
0 -- 0Richard E. Susskind. Legal Informatics - A Personal Appraisal of Context and Progress