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A Thousand Brains
Transforming the Law
Essays on Technology, Justice and the Legal Marketplace939
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This is the latest book from law and technology guru Richard Susskind, author of best-selling The Future of Law, bringing together in one volume eleven significant essays on the application of IT to legal practice and the administration of justice, including Susskind's very latest thinking on key topics such as knowledge management and the impact of electronic commerce and electronic government.
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Jerry Lawson, Law Practice Management (and author of The Complete Internet Handbook for Lawyers) The most important and useful book I have ever read about technology's impact on lawyers ... I give Transforming the Law the highest recommendation. It is a must-read for firm partners and others responsible for making strategic decisions about law and technology, including lawyers concerned about their future in the profession.
Herbert M. Kritzer, The Law and Politics Book Review I would recommend this book to anyone interested in thinking about the changes that are being wrought by information technology in the law and courts arena.
Professor Richard Susskind OBE FRSE DPhil LIB FBCS is one of the leading experts in the application of IT to law. He has specialized in that field for nineteen years and, since 1997, has been an independent adviser to various parts of government and for large private sector firms and companies. He lectures and consults internationally. He is past chairman of the Society for Computers and Law (1990-92), was Lord Woolf's IT Adviser during the Access to Justice Inquiry (1995-96), and was appointed IT Adviser to the Lord Chief Justice in 1998. Since 1990, he has been Visiting Professor to the Centre for Law, Computers and Technology, at Strathclyde University. In 1999, he was appointed by the Cabinet Office to the Modernising Government Project Board. In the Christmas Honours his services to Legal Justice were acknowledged with an OBE. He has published two of his four books with OUP, see below. And has been General Editor of The International Journal for Law and Information Technology
PART I: LEGAL SERVICE IN THE NEW ECONOMY; 1. Legal Electronic Commerce; 2. The Client Service Chain; PART II: THE FUTURE OF LAW; 3. The Future of Law Summarized; 4. The Future of Legal Practice; 5. The Likely and the Possible; 6. A Response to Critics; PART III: EXPERT SYSTEMS IN LAW; 7. An Introduction to Expert Systems in Law; 8. A Jurisprudential Approach to Expert Systems in Law; 9. Expert Systems in Law: From Theory into Practice; 10. An Early Case Study in Packaging the Law; PART IV: IT IN THE JUSTICE SYSTEM; 11. IT in the English Civil Justice System; 12. The Electronic Pillars of Justice; 13. The Computer Judge: Early Thoughts