Journal of Information, Law and Technology, 2000
Volume 2000, Number 1, 2000
: Public Legal Information: Focus and Future.
: Contract Law Relating to Liability for Injury Caused by Information in Electronic Form: Classification of Contracts - A Comparative Study, England and the US.
: Electronic Transactions Ordinance - Building a Legal Framework for E-Commerce in Hong Kong.
: Use of IT in Law Firms as Enabler of Inter-Organisational Knowledge Networks.
: Where the Future meets the Past: Pre-1900 NSW case law on the Web.
: Referencing and Citation of Internet Resources - The Truth is Out There.
Access to Legal Information
: BILETA Lord Lloyd of Kilgerran 1999 Joint Undergraduate Prize Winner: Contemporary Issues of Digital Sampling Technology, Appropriation and Copyright Law.
: IT, Law and Verbal Skills: A Review of a CD-ROM Project, Hong Kong Business Law.
: Database Nation: The Death of Privacy in the 21st Century.
Volume 2000, Number 2, 2000
, Graham Pearce
: Tilting at Windmills - Has the New Data Protection Law failed to make a Significant Contribution to Rights of Privacy?
: Who Holds the Key? - A Comparative Study of US and European Encryption Policies.
Thomas R. Bruce
: Tears Shed Over Peer Gynt's Onion: Some Thoughts on the Constitution of Public Legal Information Providers.
Peter W. Martin
: Impermanent Boundaries - Imminent Challenges to Professional Identities and Institutional Competence.
: A national Law Gateway: Developing SOSIG for the UK Legal Community.
Volume 2000, Number 3, 2000
: A Law of the Internet? Attempts to Regulate Electronic Commerce.
: Liability of Internet Service Providers for Defamation in the US and Britain: Same Competing Interests, Different Responses.
Russell L. Weaver
: Defamation Law in Turmoil: The Challenges Presented by the Internet.
Patrick S. Chen
: An Automatic System for Collecting Crime Information on the Internet.
: Huddersfield's Electronically-delivered PgDL(CPE) Course, Part Two.
: The European Union Takes Initiative in the Field of E-Commerce.
: Cultural Considerations Behind Neutral Citations for the International Legal Community.
Work in Progress
: ALICE in Cyberland: Computer Support for Lawyers in a Global Economy.