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Transforming the Law


ISBN13: 9780199264742
ISBN: 0199264740
Published: September 2003
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback (Hardback in 2000)
Price: £35.99
Hardback edition , ISBN13 9780198299226



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Now available in a paperback edition, law and technology guru Richard Susskind, author of bestselling The Future of Law, brings together in one volume eleven significant essays on the application of IT to legal practice and the administration of justice, including key topics such as knowledge management and the impact of e-commerce and electronic government. This edition includes a brand new Preface, in which Susskind puts forward his views on the burst of the dotcom bubble, offers an extension to his Grid to cover in-house lawyers, and comments on the next big things in this area: e-learning, document assembly, online dispute resolution, e-mail management, and matter-centric systems.

Subjects:
Information Technology Law, General Interest
Contents:
Preface to the Paperback Edition
Preface
PART I: LEGAL SERVICE IN THE NEW ECONOMY
1. Legal Electronic Commerce
2. The Client Service Chain
PART II: THE FUTURE OF LAW
3. The Future of Law Summarized
4. The Future of Legal Practice
5. The Likely and the Possible
6. A Response to Critics
PART III: EXPERT SYSTEMS IN LAW
7. An Introduction to Expert Systems in Law
8. A Jurisprudential Approach to Expert Systems in Law
9. Expert Systems in Law: From Theory into Practice
10. An Early Case Study in Packaging the Law
PART IV: IT IN THE JUSTICE SYSTEM
11. IT in the English Civil Justice System
12. The Electronic Pillars of Justice
13. The Computer Judge: Early Thoughts