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This text examines the interaction between the disciplines of law, computer science and artificial intelligence. The authors' hypothesis is that in years to come law will have a severe impact on computer science (via data protection and copyright); that computers will have an effect on law (via legal databases and electronic presentation of evidence); that law will impact on AI (via liability of intelligent software writers and codes of conduct); and that AI will have an impact on law (via models of legal reasoning and implementations of various statutes). The chapters are grouped into theory, implications and applications sections, in an attempt to identify separate, but interrelated methodological stances.