Dot-com Justice

Can Dispute Resolution Work Without Face Time?
As ecommerce weaves its way into the fabric of everyday business, It’s not surprising that e-troubles quickly follow.
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Lights and Cameras; Tweets and Google

With TV cameras in the courtroom, cutting off jurors from Web searches and social media is proving more difficult.
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It’s a Brave New World in Legal Publishing

Eight years ago, Professor Fred Galves envisioned a world in which law review articles would be published online with footnotes linked to animation as an enhanced learning tool. He paved the way for this interactive tool with an article he published in hard copy and CD format in the Harvard Journal of Law and Technology on the admissibility of computer animation.
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Paper Chase – Unraveling the Joys of e-Discovery

For Sacramento attorney Grace Bergen, there isn’t a case that comes her way that electronic discovery doesn’t shape.
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Professor Fred Galves: Staying Ahead of the Legal Technology Learning Curve

Professor Fred Galves is an innovator. Consider that he started using technology in teaching more than 10 years ago – and has lectured and written for many years about is use in the practice of law. His articles have been cited by state supreme courts and in evidence casebooks. And Galves wrote the first law review article with an accompanying CD-ROM with full-animation video footnotes, titled appropriately: “Where the Not So Wild Things Are: Computers in the Courtroom, the Federal Rules of Evidence, and the Need for Institutional Reform and More Judicial Acceptance. ” 13 Harv. J.L. & Tech. 161 (2000).
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Galves on the Cutting Edge of Technology

In the 1990s, Professor Fred Galves notes the resistance of courts to the use of computer-generated exhibits. Some courts found ways, using the rules evidence, to exclude computer animation and elaborate visual depictions at trial.
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Street Law Heads into 3rd Year

December 2009 – University of the Pacific / McGeorge School of Law

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Street Law Wraps Up In Court and On Court

April 2009 – University of the Pacific / McGeorge School of Law

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