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Journal of Law, Information and Science

Full Text: Vols. 1-25#1 (1981-2017) Title Varies: Vols. 1-15 (1981-2004) as Journal of Law and Information Science
Publisher: University of Tasmania
Publication Website: http://www.jlisjournal.org/about.html
ISSN: 0729-1485
Frequency: 2

Additional Information for Journal of Law, Information and Science
The Journal of Law, Information and Science (JLIS) is devoted to scholarly research, dialogue and debate about the intersection of law, science and technology.

Originally published in 1981 under the title "Journal of Law and Information Science", JLIS was one of the first journals to provide a forum for the consideration of problems generated in the legal sphere by computers and information systems. Its original mandate was to "expand understanding of the law in its relationship to modern technology".

In 2005 the title of the Journal was modified to its current form to reflect the maturity of information technology and its increasing integration into and overlap with the sciences. The expanded remit also reflected the orinating founder's intent that the JLIS be dedicated to the discussion of legal issues relating to emerging science and technology (as information science once was).

Source: http://www.jlisjournal.org/about.html

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Volumes:

25 #1 (2017)
24 (2015-2016)
23 (2014-2015)
22 (2012-2013)
21 (2011)
20 (2009-2010)
19 (2008)
18 (2007)
17 (2006)
16 (2005)
15 (2004)
14 (2003)
13 (2002)
12 (2001)
11 (2001-2001)
10 (1999)
9 (1998)
8 (1997)
7 (1996)
6 (1995)
5 (1994)
4 (1993)
3 (1992)
2 (1986)
1 (1981)