Law Technology Journal


Law Technology Journal

Date: Wed, 7 Jun 1995 23:04:08 GMT
Subject: Law Technology Journal

Date: Wed, 7 Jun 1995 12:28:55 -0400 (EDT)
From: Directory of E-Journals <>
Subject: The Law Technology Journal
(Link inactive 7 June 2004)

Ceased publication in 1996. Archives located at:
(Link inactive 24 July 2006)

Replaced by Journal of Information Law and Technology (JILT)
(Link inactive 24 July 2006)
(Link active 24 July 2006)

The Law Technology Journal is published jointly by the CTI Law
Technology Centre [at the University of Warwick, UK] and BILETA [British
and Irish Legal Education Technology Association]. The Law Technology
Journal aims to disseminate information to to members of BILETA and to
other subscribers.

[Table of Contents, Vol. 3, No. 2]

Paliwala, A., Independant Learning in Libraries Without Walls

Scott, C., & Widdison, R., Law Courseware: The Next Generation

Mackaay, E., & Poulin, D., Information Technology in Canadian
Legal Education

Boyd, B., Information Technology in Legal Education- What's
happening in the United States

Osbourne, P.,Setting Common Minimum St'rds of Computer Competancy
for Undergrad's...

Louis-Jacques, L., Law Lists

Randall, B., & Cavanagh, M., Multi-media in Business Law: A Voyage
of Discovery

Greenleaf, G., Information Technology in Australian Law Teaching

Paterson, A., & Susskind, R., Technology, Learning and the
Trans-Atlantic divide

Laurillard, D., How can learning technologies improve learning?


Dale, J., Law Courseware Consortium:Towards An Integrated Model
for Legal CBL

Jones, R., 9th BILETA Conference
Paliwala, A., Annual Report of Law Technology Centre

Original posting date: 
Sunday, July 30, 1995
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