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  ADR Cyberlaw Week 2003

Cyberweek 2003, a free all-online conference focused on the use of technology in dispute resolution, holds its fifth annual session February 24-28th. Cyberweek consists of online discussions, simulations and other activities, including a negotiation competition with teams from 35 law schools. Hosts: Ethan Katsh, the University of Massachusetts Center for Information Technology and Dispute Resolution and the Online Dispute Resolution Section of the Association for Conflict Resolution.

Jerry Lawson
netLed | 2/10/2003 03:57:00 PM   >> Post a comment >>   |

  Article on electronic documents

As my first contribution to this page, I provide a link to my article entitled Lawyers and Their Documents - From Electrons to Paper and Back Again. This is a PDF file which contains the full text of the original article as well as two related "concept documents". A smaller and somewhat editor-mangled version of the article was published in the Michigan Lawyers Weekly on January 20, 2003.

M. Sean Fosmire
Garan Lucow Miller, P.C.
Marquette, Michigan
netLed | 2/02/2003 07:11:00 PM   >> Post a comment >>   |

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