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15th Annual Conference 2000

Technology Law Efficient Development Process to Meet Economic Globalization Requirements E-Commerce and Legal Practice in Scotland - A Benchmark Survey Address by Lord Justice Brooke to the Annual BILETA Conference Tears Shed Over Peer Gynt's Onion - Thoughts on the Constitution of Public Legal Information Providers Electronic Delivery of a US based LLM Program - A Study in Progress Reflections on Enforcement Measures and Penalty Levels in Computer Misuse Legislation - The Council of Europe Convention 'You've Got Post' - Assessing the Posthuman Governance and Dispute Resolution in Cyberspace - Trade Marks v. Domain Names Electronic Commerce and Closed Distribution Networks - Proposals for Solving Legal Problems Privacy in the Yugoslav Cyberspace - Problems and Protection Distance Delivery in the Electronic Age - Professional Body Regulation A Legal Philosophy for Technological Informatics Cybertort (Towards an Integrated Electronic Learning Environment for Distance Learning in Law) Teaching Law to the Nintendo Generation Handling Criminal Appeals through an Integrated, Computerised Case Management System The Claims and Challenges of Computers in Learning the Law Regulating Spams on the Internet Who do you Trust - Beyond Encription, Secure eBusiness Electronic Contracts and Signatures - National Civil Law in the EU Will Change Drastically Soon Digital Technology, Copyright and Education - The Malaysian Perspective Borders and Boundariers Impermanent Boundaries - Imminent Challenges to Professional Identities and Institutional Competence Trade Marks and Trade Names as Search Criteria - Protecting Business Assets from the Unscrupulous Meta-tagger Automatic Classification and Intelligent Clustering for WWWeb Information Retrieval Systems Rewiring Learning on the Web - Shaping Education in Cyberspace Anonymity, Privacy and Cyberspace ALICE in Cyberland - Computer Support for Lawyers in a Global Economy An Ideal E-Commerce Consumption Tax in a Global Economy Regulating Cyberspace EU-E-Law, Lao Tzu and Law Teachers in the CT Age Who Owns Your Work - Copyright, the Internet and Higher Education Software Patents Pending Copyright Reform and Legal Education on the Internet Internet-Based Learning in Malaysia - Islamic Law Electronic Commerce - the Malaysia Digital Signature Act 1997 and the Singapore Electronic Transaction Act 1998

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