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Archive for August, 2008

Lots of blog entries and articles on virtual law recently.  Here are a few links and excerpts. Advocate’s Studio, in a post called Pretty Soon We Won’t Need People: “People are connecting on-line in a variety of ways. According to the Legal Technology section of the ABA Journal, legal dinosaurs are going to have to [...]

Reader ‘Doubledown Tandino’ recently alerted me to what sounds like a pretty cool Second Life event, “Global Justice Jam: A Benefit Dance Party and Chat about the International Criminal Court.”  From the announcement: This Wednesday, August 13, at 5PM PST, come to the International Justice Center to catch real world / virtual DJ Doubledown Tandino [...]

World of Warcraft player Antonio Hernandez filed a motion claiming he has settled his dispute with virtual property dealer Internet Gaming Entertainment and asking the court for permission to file the settlement “under seal” (.pdf), but Judge James I. Cohn of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida refused to allow [...]

If you’re attending the American Bar Association’s annual meeting in New York City this weekend, I’d like to invite you to attend a panel I’m going to be on Sunday, August 10th from 3:45 to 5:15.  The panel is part of the Science & Technology Law Section’s track, and follows a session on blogs and [...]

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