Items where Subject is "K Law > K Law (General)"
Number of items at this level: 11.
Buchanan, William J (2015) The increasing challenge for digital forensics. The Texas Investigator. pp. 10-12.
Buchanan, William J, Fan, Lu, Lawson, Alistair, Schafer, Burkhard, Scott, Russell, Thuemmler, Christoph and Uthmani, Omair (2012) Computational data protection law: trusting each other offline and online. In: Legal Knowledge and Information Systems; JURIX 2012. Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications, 250 . IOS Press, pp. 31-40. ISBN 978-1-61499-166-3
Bromby, Michael and Ness, Hayley (2006) Over-Observed? What is the quality of CCTV in this new digital legal world? In: 20th BILETA Conference:, April, 2005,, Queen's University of Belfast.
Frowd, Charlie D, Carson, Derek, Ness, Hayley, McQuiston-Surrett, Dawn, Richardson, Jan, Hayden, Baldwin and Hancock, Peter J B (2005) Contemporary composite techniques: the impact of a forensically-relevant target delay. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 10 (1). pp. 63-81. ISSN 1355 3259
Niu, Zhongdong (2007) The door is wedged open: China's regulation on foreign access to audiovisual markets. Entertainment Law Review, 18 (8). 265 - 271. ISSN 0959-3799
Niu, Zhongdong (2007) Remedies policy in media mergers: a new form of regulation in a deregulatory era? Communications Law, 12 (3). 92 - 98. ISSN 1746-7616
Sun, Li (2013) An assessment of the patentability of business methods in the US and European jurisdictions and an evaluation of the implications. PhD thesis, Edinburgh Napier University.
Stavert, Jill (2007) Mental health, community care and human rights in Europe: still an incomplete picture? Journal of Mental Health Law, 16. p. 182. ISSN 1466-2817
Turner, Matthew (2004) Hong Kong design and Sino-American trade negotiations. In: The Economy of Hong Kong in Non-Economic Perspectives. Oxford (Asia), pp. 130-141. ISBN 0-19-592966-7
Whitecross, Richard W (2011) Child Welfare Hearing Reports: A Scoping Study on the Commissioning, Preparation and Use of Bar Reports. Project Report. The Scottish Government Social Research, Edinburgh.
Wigan, Marcus (2008) Governance and evidence based policy under a National Security framework. In: Australia and the new technologies: Evidence based policy on public administration. [Proceedings of the] Third RSNA Workshop on the Social Implications of National Security: Evidence based policy on public administration 23-24 July 2008 Canberra. Australian Homeland Security Research Centre, Australia, NSW, University of Wollongong, pp. 49-58. ISBN 9781741281507