Saturday, March 27, 2010

Practicing Law in a Virtual World

The SL Bar Association published two interesting videos from the last year Nov. 14's miniconference, "Practicing Law in a Virtual World".

Session 1: Practice Issues Unique to the Virtual World Setting

Daniel Perry – ‘DanielPerry Laa’
Virtual Law Teams

James Bryce Clark - ‘JamieBryce Infinity’
Privacy and Security

Stephen Davies – ‘Little Gray’
Dispute Resolution, Civil Rights

Session 2: Substantive Issues in a Virtual World

A. Craig Abrahamson – ‘Lexis Looming’ Contracts and Business Transactions

Steven Wu – ‘Legal Writer’ Intellectual Property Rights

Videos are licensed under Creative Commons license: Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 United States

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Cat Galileo March 28, 2010 at 7:44 PM  

Thanks for linking these. It took me a while (obviously) to figure out a good hosting solution for such long videos. I hope people find them useful or interesting. In case anyone's interested, I used's free hosting service.


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