[Air-l] Law and Technology: Journal call for circulation

O''Riordan, Kate k.oriordan at lancaster.ac.uk
Fri Jan 21 06:38:05 PST 2005

I hope this is of interest for some memebers......Kate (apologies for cross posting)

SCRIPT-ed: A Journal of Law and Technology
ISSN 1744-2567

SCRIPT-ed is an online, international, interdisciplinary and multi-lingual forum for articles,reports, commentaries, analysis, case and legislation critiques, and book reviews pertaining to law and technologies in the broadest sense. All articles are peer-reviewed by two referees.

The Editorial Board of SCRIPT-ed invites high quality
contributions for future issues of the journal in the general
field of law and technology studies. Further details about the
journal and information for authors can be found at


Deadlines for the next issues:
March 2005 issue:
January 17, 2005 - Articles
February 1, 2005 ? Analysis Section and Book Review
June 2005 issue:
April 17, 2005 ? Articles
May 1, 2005 ? Analysis Section and Book Review

Recent and forthcoming issues include contributions from:
Francis Gurry, Deputy Director General, World Intellectual Property Organization
Judge Edwin Cameron, Supreme Court of Appeal, Bloemfontein, South Africa
John Barton, George E. Osborne Professor of Law, Emeritus, Stanford University
Keith Maskus, Professor and Chair, Department of Economics, University of Colorado
Raymond Wacks, Professor of Law and Legal Theory, University of Hong Kong.
Christopher May, Reader in International Political Economy, University of the West of England
J K Mason, Professor (Emeritus) of Forensic Medicine, Honorary Fellow, Edinburgh School of Law

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