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16th Annual Conference 2001

Managing Change in the Legal Firm Through the Teaching Company Scheme Electronic Public Procurement - A Mountain to Climb or Mission Impossible The Central Idea of the New Block Exemption Regulation Consumer Confidence in e-commerce - the Role of the European Community Linking to Infringement - A Comparative and Cross-Border Analysis Reach and Rich - the New Economics of Information and the Provision of On-Line Legal Services in The UK Consumer Confidence in E-commerce Why Patenting Information Technology And Business Methods Is Not Sound Policy Habeas Data - An Update on the Latin America Data Protection Constitutional Right Implementing Iolis 'Are You Illiterate' - Web Delivered Legal Services and the Demise of High Street Legal Practice Disputes Solved in Cyberspace and the Rule of Law Data Protection and E-commerce - The Case for New Law, in the Information Age Plagiarism Detection Software - Implications for Law Schools Taxation of Electronic Commerce - A Developing Problem The Game of the Name - Personal Name Domain Names and Applicable Law The Legal Equivalent of HIV - An Analysis of the Global Nature of the Internet Digital Downloads, Copy Code, and U.S. Copyright Law E-Commerce in Trade - Some Solutions to the Particular Problems Facing Africa in the Digitisation of Trade Documentation Taking the Sting Out of Domain Name Disputes The Relationship between the Legal Regulation of Communications Technology (CT) and Travel and Tourism in the EU Technological Protections in Copyright Law - Is More Legal Protection Needed The Evolution of On-line Contracts Evaluation of the Potential Impact of On Line Surveys to Improve the Home Buying Process Multimedia - Enhancing Student Learning Cyber-Terrorism - A Call for Governmental Action Protecting Webcast Content, Copyright on the Internet and Problems of Jurisdiction in the European Union Integrating C and IT Into the Delivery of a Law Module - A Reflective Look at Two Postgraduate Modules Internet Governance and Territoriality Nationalisation of Cyberspace Legal Security of Web Sites - Proposal for a Legal Audit Methodology and a Legal Risks Profile Classification Supply of Software - Copyright and Contract Issues The Weakest Link - Flint II and Beyond. Statistical Methods in Police Expert System Design Computer Games Technology and Legal Education and Its Impact on Legal Systems Outline Paper on Practitioners' Use of On-line Law Reports Moral Rights in the Digital Age - New Possibilities for the Democratisation of Culture A Tale of Two Interception Regimes - RIP v CALEA, a Comparison Structural and Legal Implications of E-Health Current Issues in U.S. State and Federal Taxation of Electronic Commerce The Reflexive Relationship between Computer Games Technology and the Law CODAS as a Tool for Jurimetrical Research Changing Perceptions and Needs of Legal Education and The Usefulness of Iolis in These Changing Times Encryption, and the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 Some Current Issues in Legal Information Retrieval Legal Issues for an E-Commerce Venture A Tiger by the Tail - Student Laptop Computers on a Legal Practice Course Computer-Based Disclosure and Discovery in Civil Litigation Law for Life

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