Definition Edit

Computers and the Law

has the advantage of embracing the two major branches within the field — first, computer technology used by lawyers for making their own work more efficient, like retrieval, decision support and in supporting the administration of justice; second, the substantive law applied to the trade and use of information technology and associated services.[1]

References Edit

  1. Jon Bing, "Computers and Law: Some Beginnings," 49 Information Technology 71 (2007).

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