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Legal Aspects of the Information Society

Brigitte Zammitt reviews Ian Lloyd’s book, Legal Aspects of the Information Society (Butterworths), and reviews the topics covered in the book.

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Lawyering in the Internet Era: Who Needs Paper Anyway?

Joanna Boag-Thomson reports on the Scottish Society for Computers & Law’s joint meeting with the University of Strathclyde’s Centre for Law, Computers and Technology, 15 May 2001. The speaker for the evening was John Tredennick, CEO of CaseShareSystems, based in Denver, Colorado.

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BAILII the Charity

Laurence West-Knights QC brings readers up to date on the progress of BAILII.

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A Basic KM System using Outlook

A basic knowledge management system can be set up just using tools a firm already has, without having to buy in expensive packages. This article from Kwan Hon, Banking and Information Lawyer at Sidley & Austin, explains how, using an applic

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Property and Construction: The Law and IT

Sarah D Lane, a solicitor in the Construction Unit of Ledingham Chalmers, based in their Aberdeen office, reports on the Conference held in Glasgow on 28 February 2001 organised by the Scottish Society for Computers & Law and the Law Societ

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Editorial

The SCL response to the MCC Consultation Paper was finalised too late for inclusion in this issue. It is in any event a careful and full response which is too long for full reporting and too subtle for ready summary. Readers are recommended to

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