13th Annual Conference 1998

IT and the Courts of England and Wales – the Next Ten Years
Judging Technology
Two Approaches to Analyzing Cases – Neural Networks And Linear Regression
Opportunities of Computer-Mediated Legal Argument in Education
Implicit Assumptions in Legal Knowledge Systems
Learning from Learning – The Dialogue of Virtual and Real Courts
The Delict Game
Web Based Training – Its Strengths and Weakness in the Teaching of Law
Information Technology in The Legal Curriculum – Reaction and Realities
Supporting Effective Learning of Legal Case Solving Using a Computer Program as the Instructional Environment
An Australasian Experience of the Use of Technology in Legal Education and Research – Some Lessons for Britain and Ireland
Computer Simulation in Legal Education
A Legal Academic’s Changing Office
Copyright in Cyberspace
The Implications of IT on Corporate Governance
Commercial Communications as a Solution to Jurisdictional Problems in the European Information Society
The Internet, Intellectual Property and International Litigation
Cryptography and the Law
Can Europe Regulate the Internet and Electronic Commerce
Usage of Video Recordings in Surveillance, the Value of Such as Evidence and Potential Problems Which Can Arise
The Death of Online Privacy
The CHRIS Database Project – A Country-specific Human Rights Information System
A Single Market for Everything – Except Justice
Policing the New Europe – The Information Deficit
Genetic Information and the Challenge to Privacy
Decision Support within the Criminal Justice System
Getting Support from Litigation Support
From the Template to the Electronic Warehouse – Current IT Issues in Canadian Courts
Understanding the Use of IT in Discretionary Decision Processes
Information Technology and the Shaping of Legal Practice in the UK
Legal Information Management – Making Information Available to Lawyers
The Internet, Legal Regulation and Legal Pluralism
Adjudicative Technologies – Privatisation as Jurisdiction
Cyberspace – A World Apart
The Digital Re-Mastering of Jurisdiction or Opportunity for A New Paradigm for Law