September 13th, 2008 by Benjamin Duranske
Stephen Wu (California attorney, Second Life’s ‘Legal Writer’, President-Elect of the SL Bar Association, current Vice-Chair of the Section of Science & Technology Law of the American Bar Association, and the guy who put me in touch with the ABA’s publishing people about writing Virtual Law) has set up a dedicated website for his 3D internet law practice, and is writing an accompanying blog. I’m adding it to my reading list, and hope you do too.
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