- Tom Bruce:
Public Legal Information: Focus and Future.
- Daniel Austin, Andrew Mowbray, Philip Chung:
Scalability of Web Resources for Law: AustLII's Technical Roadmap: Past, Present and Future.
- Philip Chung, Daniel Austin, Andrew Mowbray:
A Defence of Plain HTML for Law: AustLII's Approach to Standards.
- Graham Greenleaf, Daniel Austin, Philip Chung, Andrew Mowbray, Madeleine Davis, Jill Matthews:
Solving the Problems of Finding Law on the Web: World Law and DIAL.
- Timothy Arnold-Moore, Jane Clemes:
Connected to the Law: Tasmanian Legislation Using EnAct.
- Noriko Kawawa:
Contract Law Relating to Liability for Injury Caused by Information in Electronic Form: Classification of Contracts - A Comparative Study, England and the US.
- Richard Wu:
Electronic Transactions Ordinance - Building a Legal Framework for E-Commerce in Hong Kong.
- Petter Gottschalk:
Use of IT in Law Firms as Enabler of Inter-Organisational Knowledge Networks.
- David Grantham:
IOLISplus - The Second Chapter.
- Bruce Kercher:
Where the Future meets the Past: Pre-1900 NSW case law on the Web.
- Allison Stanfield:
The New ABC: Teaching Computers How to Read Legal Documents.
- Pearl Rozenberg:
Referencing and Citation of Internet Resources - The Truth is Out There.
Access to Legal Information
- AustLII Conference: Law Via the Internet 1999.
- Learning in Law Initiative (LILI) 2nd Annual Conference 2000.
- Free the Law - Joint Evening Meeting, Monday 8 November 1999.
- Tyrone McKenna:
BILETA Lord Lloyd of Kilgerran 1999 Joint Undergraduate Prize Winner: Contemporary Issues of Digital Sampling Technology, Appropriation and Copyright Law.
- Orlan Lee:
IT, Law and Verbal Skills: A Review of a CD-ROM Project, Hong Kong Business Law.
- David Bainbridge, Graham Pearce:
Tilting at Windmills - Has the New Data Protection Law failed to make a Significant Contribution to Rights of Privacy?
- Philip Leith:
Software Utility Models and SMEs.
- Andrés Guadamuz González:
Habeas Data: The Latin-American response to Data Protection.
- Sarah Andrews:
Who Holds the Key? - A Comparative Study of US and European Encryption Policies.
- Thomas R. Bruce:
Tears Shed Over Peer Gynt's Onion: Some Thoughts on the Constitution of Public Legal Information Providers.
- Karen Barton, Peter Duncan, L.-M. Ruiz-Nieto, Patricia McKellar:
E-commerce and Legal Practice in Scotland: A Benchmark Survey.
- Christophe Collard, Christophe Roquilly:
Electronic Commerce and Closed Distribution Networks: Proposals for Solving Legal Problems.
- Paulo Quaresma, Irene Pimenta Rodrigues:
Automatic Classification and Intelligent Clustering for WWWeb Information Retrieval Systems.
- Siobhan McCann, Graham Greenleaf, Philip Chung, Daniel Austin, Tim Moore:
Reconciliation on-line: Reflections and Possibilities.
- BILETA 2000: World Wide Law.
- Philip Leith:
BILETA 2000: Conference Report.
Work in Progress
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- Burkhard Schafer:
ALICE in Cyberland: Computer Support for Lawyers in a Global Economy.