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Publications

The contents of the BILETA web site are made available to users to further teaching, research and scholarship in the fields of IT law and Computers and Law.

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Conference

BILETA hosts an annual conference in March/April each year. It is hosted by a law school and has taken place in a variety of locations: England & Wales, Northern Ireland, Scotland, The Netherlands and Malta.

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Funding Research

BILETA is actively seeking requests for funding from individuals from member institutions to allow projects to be undertaken or completed which reflect the goals of BILETA.

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Annual Conference

BILETA hosts an annual conference in March/April each year.  It is hosted by a law school and has taken place in a variety of locations: England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Ireland, The Netherlands, Malta and Austria.

Forthcoming Conferences

The University of East Anglia Law School will host the 2014 conference on 14-16 April 2014. Plenary speeches will be given by Sarah Glassmeyer (Director of Community Development) at CALI (Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction) and Eric King (Head of Research) at Privacy International. To view conference registration details see the BILETA 2014 conference website Email Conference Organiser, Dr Karen Mc Cullagh, for any queries:bileta2014@uea.ac.uk.

Expressions of interest to hold future conferences are typically received at the Annual General Meeting, that takes place during the Annual Conferences.  If you are interested in hosting a BILETA conference, please contact a member of the executive.


Past Conferences

The Liverpool Law School hosted the 2013 conference on 10-12 April 2014. Email Joseph Savirimuthu for any queries: Joseph.Savirimuthu@liverpool.ac.uk

The Northumbria University Law School hosted the 2012 conference on 29-30 March 2012. Email Paul Maharg for any queries: Paul.Maharg@Northumbria.ac.uk

The Manchester Metropolitan University Law School hosted the 2011 conference on 11-12 April 2011. Email Catherine Easton for any queries: c.easton@mmu.ac.uk

The Vienna Centre for Legal Informatics hosted the 2010 conference on 29-30 March 2010. Email Erich Schweighofer for any queries: Erich.Schweighofer@univie.ac.at 

The University of Winchester Law School hosted the 2009 conference on 21-23 April 2009. Email Helen James for any queries: Helen.James@winchester.ac.uk 

Glasgow Caledonian University Law School hosted the 2008 conference on 27-28 March 2008. Email Michael Bromby for any queries: m.bromby@gcal.ac.uk.

 

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