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Jenkins On Your Desktop: Computer and Technology Law Material

Doing research related to computer law? Check out some of the databases available on your desktop through the Jenkins Member Center

Loislaw Treatise Library contains The Law of the InternetScott on Multimedia Law and Drafting Internet Agreements in its Internet and E-Commerce Law Library. Law Journal Press Online Books* has a practice area for Internet & Technology, which includes Computer Law:  Drafting and Negotiating Forms and Agreements, Emerging Technologies and the Law:  Forms and Analysis and Information Security Law:  Control of Digital Assets.

Looking for Pennsylvania specific forms?  PA Legal Forms will be helpful. A search within this product on the term computer (with the categories option selected) results in over 30 hits.  Searching on internet brings back over 50.  Some of the forms that come back are Privacy Statement of Owner of Website, Computer Software Lease with License Agreement and Live Chat Support and Service Agreement.

To access any of these databases, sign in to jenkinslaw.org with your last name and member number.  If you need help, call the research department at 215.574.1505, email research@jenkinslaw.org or chat with us.  For additional training and hands-on experience searching these databases, register for the Jenkins Law Library: On Your Desktop CLE class.

*Available to law firms with less than 50 attorneys

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