Computer Technology for the Benefit of the Rule of Law: Communication and Research

Citation data:

Fordham International Law Journal, Vol: 22, Issue: 5, Page: 2112

Publication Year:
1998
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Repository URL:
http://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/ilj/vol22/iss5/8
Author(s):
Yirka, Carl A.
Publisher(s):
FLASH: The Fordham Law Archive of Scholarship and History
Tags:
International Law; Law
paper description
This Essay suggests a number of ways in which rule of law partners in the United States and abroad with modest technical background might more easily communicate, plan, coordinate, and research joint projects. Without the new computer technologies it would be very difficult to conduct rule of law projects between partners in the United States and Russia. Recent advances in technologies now make communication with colleagues across the world by computer easier than ever.