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Computer Law

This guide is a starting point for research in computer law research, including traditional intellectual property topics such as copyright, patents, and trademarks, but also other topics such as virtual worlds, e-commerce and internet law and regulations.

Books about Scholarly and Academic Writing

Books/Journals About Computer Law

Computer law titles are available on the second floor at KF390.5 .C6. Brows some of the recent titles in this area for interesting topics.

Intellectual property titles generally are available on the second floor at KF2972-KF2980.

Many law schools today have a law and technology journal; browse the journal collection in the basement to take a look at some recent articles in these journals.

Resources Generally

A.L.R. - browse the table of contents in some recent volumes. Available on the basement level of the Law Library before the U.S. Reports

Westlaw and/or LexisNexis: use these sources to browse the law review databases, or use the law review and journal indices available at the Law Library website.

Sources and Techniques for Finding Potential Topic

  • Ask an expert - You've probably already had a conversation with Professor Cotropia. Also, if you know lawyers in law firms, goverment agencies, or public interest and advocacy organizations, those lawyers might be able to advise you. 
  • Browse general legal news sources like the ones listed below.

Browse general legal blogs

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