Category Archives: SCL

Society for Computers and Law seeks sponsor for 40th Anniversary dinner

It does not seem that long ago that I attended the 20th Anniversary dinner of the Society for Computers and Law. That shows how time slips by, because the 40th anniversary is looming. It is to be celebrated by a … Continue reading

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New Zealand’s new Discovery Rules and Electronic Discovery

New Zealand introduced new discovery rules in February 2012, making it the most recent common law jurisdiction to exercise closer control over how the lawyers and courts conduct the management of discovery – which inevitably means largely electronic discovery. His … Continue reading

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E-Discovery developments in 2010 from legalsupportnetwork.co.uk

Rupert Collins-White is Head of Content and Community at legalsupportnetwork.co.uk and runs a LinkedIn Group of the same name. I met Rupert when he was Features / Commissioning Editor at the Law Society, and he now brings to legalsupportnetwork the … Continue reading

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SCL Annual Conference: The impact of changing economic cycles on the practice of IT Law

I promised in an earlier post to follow up on a reference to the Society for Computers and Law Annual Conference. This takes place in Bath on 9 and 10 October, with the title The impact of changing economic cycles … Continue reading

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