Editorial

Caught Looking Revisited

Angus Hamilton runs his own firm in North London which specialises in criminal litigation, data protection and the regulation of the Internet. He can be contacted at Hamiltons@btinternet.com.

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A Future for Very Large Primary Law Databases?

Anthony Kinahan, formerly Managing Director of W. Green – The Scottish Law Publisher, is now a management consultant specialising inthe field of law publishing. He may be contacted at ajkinahan@ajkinahan.demon.co.uk.

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Automated Registration of Title to Land

Ian Burdon is a legal adviser of the Registers of Scotland. His book Automated Registration of Title to Landresulted from theaward of a Government Study Fellowship.

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Book Review 1

Year 2000: Law and Liability by Susan Singleton, Sweet & Maxwell, 1998. £99. Countdown to 2000: A Guide to the Legal Issues by Halberstam Elias & Co, Butterworths, 1998. £45

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Book Review 2

Outsourcing IT – The Legal Aspects by Rachel Burnett, Gower, 235 pages, hardback.

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The Times Law Reports on CD-ROM

Glen Davis is a barrister at 3-4 South Square, Gray's Inn. He is the magazine's joint technical editor.

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Scottish Group: Year 2000 – Lawyers and Clients

Iain G. Mitchell, Q.C., a member of the Scottish Committee of the Society for Computers and Law and a Senior Counsel at theScottish Bar, with an extensive civil practice, reports on a Scottish GroupMeeting held in Edinburgh on Tuesday 22nd September 1998 at the Law Society ofScotland.

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You missed the SCL Annual IT Law Conference – But could you afford to?

Take the SCL official test below, devised by Andy Lucas,to see if you really were justified in not attending. Andrew Lucas is asolicitor in Eversheds Birmingham computer law unit specialising innon-contentious IT law. He may be e-mailed at AndrewLucas@eversheds.co.uk.

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