HomeWinter 2012 Vol. 52, No. 4 Internet and the Law
Winter 2012 Vol. 52, No. 4 Internet and the Law
In This Issue
Siri is my Client: A First Look at Artificial Intelligence and Legal Issues By John Weaver
NH Rule of Evidence No. 504: The Marital Privilege in the Age of Email, Texting and Social Media By Peter Lawlor
Riding the Wave: Social Media in Local Government By C. Christine Fillmore
The Interaction of Social Media and the Law and How to Survive the Social Media Revolution By Steven J. Venezia
OMG, TMI: Civil Discovery and Social Media By John Alexander
Client or Con? Con Artists Excel on the Internet at Making Lawyers Their Marks By Ellen Eidelbach Pitluk
Balancing Civil Liberties with Clinical Care: Reviewing the Recent Change in the Involuntary Admissions Statute By Alexander de Nesnera, M.D., DFAPA, Paul Shagoury, Ph.D, and Elizabeth Howell Woodbury, Psy.D.
Lex Loci By David W. Ruoff
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