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Issue 1:2 (Fall 1986)

Thinking Like a Lawyer: Expert Systems for Legal Analysis
by Richard Gruner

An Artificial Intelligence Application in the Law: CCLIPS, A Computer Program that Processes Legal Information
by Cary G. Debessonet and George R. Cross

Protecting the "Look and Feel" of Computer Software
by John Pinheiro and Gerard Lacroix

Is There a Property Interest in Scientific Research Data?
by Richard H. Jones

Medical Expert Systems: Grappling with Issues of Liability
by Christopher J. Gill

Book Review: Software Protection (by G. Gervaise Davis III) and Legal Protection of Computer Programs and Data (by Christopher J. Millard)
by Lois W. Abraham

Issue 1:1 (Spring 1986)

Export Controls and America’s Competitive Challenge
by Ed Zschau

Full-Text Databases and Legal Research: Backing Into the Future
by Robert C. Berring

Federal Regulation of Recombinant DNA Technology: Time for Change
by Adrienne B. Naumann

Legal Implications of Letter Licenses for Biotechnology
by Bertram I. Rowland

The National Cooperative Research Act of 1984: A New Antitrust Regime for Joint Research and Development Ventures
by Christopher O.B. Wright

Book Review: Computer Culture – The Scientific, Intellectual, and Social Impact of the Computer (edited by Heinz R. Pagels)
by Michael Stern

Book Review: Broken Code – The Exploitation of DNA (by Marc Lappe)
by Kenneth Finney


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