A History of Legal Informatics: An Introduction to the Special Issue (English, multiple legal systems, European Journal of Law and Technology)

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For which legal systems does the resource provide instruction? United Kingdom, United States of America, Sweden, Italy, Germany, Spain, France
On which topics does the resource provide instruction? informatics, legal informatics, legal tech, legal information institute
For which languages is instruction provided? English
Title of the online resource or material about technology for law and legal systems A History of Legal Informatics: An Introduction to the Special Issue
Author Abdul Paliwala
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If the content appeared in a periodical, newsletter, journal, or similar publication, insert the name of the publication here European Journal of Law and Technology
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Volume 1
Issue 1
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Date of publication 2010/03/29
Year of publication 2010 CE
URL https://ejlt.org/index.php/ejlt/article/view/21
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Was this resource published in law review or similar academic or professional journal? yes
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Quotation from the resource The arenas where legal informatics has been successful have been ones in which information technology has already transformed practice in society generally - effectively through standard business type practices and information retrieval and management. The arenas where success have been lacking has been those involving transformation of the substantive culture of legal work including legal education. If legal informatics is to have a bright substantive future then a number of issues need to be addressed.
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The arenas where legal informatics has beeThe arenas where legal informatics has been successful have been ones in which information technology has already transformed practice in society generally - effectively through standard business type practices and information retrieval and management. The arenas where success have been lacking has been those involving transformation of the substantive culture of legal work including legal education. If legal informatics is to have a bright substantive future then a number of issues need to be addressed.n a number of issues need to be addressed. +
Abdul Paliwala, "A History of Legal Informatics: An Introduction to the Special Issue," European Journal of Law and Technology, Vol. 1, No. 1 (2010), accessed December 22, 2018, https://ejlt.org/index.php/ejlt/article/view/21 +
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