EFFECTS OF ELECTRONIC MAIL ON LAW PRACTICE AND LAW TEACHING
Item #: 3878
Published: Buffalo; William S. Hein & Co., Inc./Bflo; 1994.
Subjects: LEGAL EDUCATION
In 1992, 16 lawyers and legal academics who regularly useelectronic mail met for a three-week conference to assessthe impact of e-mail on law, law practice, and legaleducation. The entire conference was conducted byelectronic communication and more than 150 messages wereexchanged. This volume is an edited transcript of thatconference with messages arranged in topical order.
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