UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA

FALL 2000

VOLUME 5

           
    ARTICLES
           

8.

  Personalization, Privacy, and the First Amendment: A Look at the Law and Policy Behind Electronic Databases
    By Jennifer Bresnahan
           

9.

  Near Knowledge: Inductive Learning Systems in Law
    By Dan Hunter
           

11.

  Facilitating Collaborative Software Development: The Enforceability of Mass-Market Public Software Licenses
    By Daniel B. Ravicher
           

12.

  Method to Their Madness: The Secure Digital Music Initiative, A Law and Economics Perspective
    By Nichelle Nicholes Levy
           

13.

  www.teachinglaw.com: Bridging the Digital Divide between Law Professor and Law Student
    By Diana R. Donahoe
           

14.

  A Comparison of the Enforceability of Covenants Not to Compete and Recent Economic Histories of Four High Technology Regions
    By Jason S. Wood
           

15.

  The Virginia Uniform Trade Secrets Act: A Critical Summary of the Act and Case Law
    By Milton E. Babirak, Jr.
   

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