Editorial

Interview with Neil Cameron

Neil Cameron is a leading legal technology consultant, is a frequent contributor to seminars and conferences and widely read author of articles in this magazine and elsewhere.

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Employing IT Consultants’ Expertise

Andrew Levison is Head of Information Systems at Grant Thornton and Joint Technical Editor of the magazine. He may be contacted at Andrew.W.Levison@gtuk.com.

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Computers for the Very Small Firm

Delia Venables is a computer consultant specialising in the legal area. As well as advising firms individually and writing extensively onthe Internet, she produces IT articles which she calls ‘Nuggets’ on topicslike case management, voice recognition, obtaining computer skills, Year 2000issues and similar topics. Tel: 01273 472424 or e-mail: delia@venables.co.uk. Charles Christian is a former practising barrister turnedindependent legal technology writer and analyst. He is the publisher of thefortnightly newsletter Legal Technology Insider and author of Legal Practice inthe Digital Age and the Law Society’s new book Year 2000 Compliance - alawyer’s guide to surviving the millennium bug. Tel: 01379 687518 or e-mail: info@legaltechnology.co.uk.

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EDMS: Its Role in Litigation Support

Tania Correia is a solicitor in the litigation department of Herbert Smith whose role is to co-ordinate the use of the firm’s litigation support system including dealing with legal issues arising out of the use of such systems.

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Knowhow and Information Management

John Sibbald of Professional Library Services, Chairman of the Scottish Group, reports on a meeting at the WS Library, Edinburgh on 10 November 1998.

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Y2K: Myths v Reality

Ron McQuaker, CEng FBCS FAE ACIArb QDR, is a director of Exxel Consultants Limited, is a Past President (1996/7) of the British Computer Society and is currently chairman of its Legal Affairs Committee. He is also a Fellow of the Academy of

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Data Protection and the Internet

Christopher Millard is a Partner in the Media, Computer and Communications Group at Clifford Chance and a Senior Visiting Fellow of QMW University of London.

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What sort of courts do we want? When do we want them?

“Bounds should be set/To ingenuity for being so cruel/In bringing change unheralded on the unready” (Robert Frost). Sian Warren and Paul Motion reflect on the civil courts in Scotland, the bringing of change and the effect on the unready.

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