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This was the first edition to be overseen by Dr Brendan Gogarty, who took over the role of Editor in Chief from Michael Stokes. Brendan works with Bruce Newey, the new General Editor of the Journal. Professor Dianne Nicol will continue in her role as Associate Editor. The Editorial Board sincerely thanks Michael for all his hard work and stewardship of the journal over the last five years.
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The Editorial Board welcomes scholarly and research articles on any area of information, science and technology law for inclusion in the general edition of the Journal of Law, Information and Science.
Articles recieved before 28 April 2011 will be considered for inclusion in Vol.21 issue 3 which will be published in late 2011. Please see the Contributors Page for more information.
"Boldrin and Levine’s Against Intellectual Monopoly is valuable, they consistently (and at times vehemently) take the view that copyright and patent law should be abandoned and do so in a form accessible to the lay person."
Simon Chesterman’s One Nation Under Surveillance is a timely examination of the theory and practice of governmental surveillance, with particular focus on the Anglophone democracies and the United Nations.
The Bilski v Kappos decision puts Australian patent law in an uncomfortable position. Having tracked US case law, and established a reliance on a modified version of the State Street test,we are now out on our own ...
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