**Cyberspace Law for Non-Lawyers** --

Tim Byars (tbyars@cris.com)
Tue, 4 Jun 1996 08:17:12 -0800

If you've wondered about
legal issues that relate to the Internet and wondered about the
validity of free legal advice from people who play lawyers on the
net, check out a free electronic course being presented by the
Cyberspace Law Institute and Counsel Connect. It starts today and
will be run via email at the rate of three messages per week. The
mailing list is one-way only, but its Web site provides a
discussion area. The course covers six areas of law: copyright,
privacy, trademark, libel, free expression, and contracting. The
course does focus on United States law but still might interest
folks in other countries. To subscribe, send email to <listproc-
request@counsel.com> with the command "subscribe cyberspace-law
Your Name" in the body of the message. [ACE]



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