Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review

Established in 2004, the Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review brings articles, legal developments and case reports to academics, practitioners and the industry in relation to digital evidence and electronic signatures from across the world. The review also seeks to include reports on technical advances and book reviews, and is issued once a year, in October/November.

This Open Access version of Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review has been developed by Stephen Mason (founder, publisher and general editor) with the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (IALS) on the School of Advanced Study's Open Journals System - further raising the visibility and accessibility of the journal and its contents.

The Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review is now an online open access journal, freely available without subscription. Through SAS OJS we are able to provide free online access to all the back issues for legal researchers, support the publication of publicly available future issues and help stimulate new areas of legal discussion and scholarship. The full back run of volumes is now publicly available on the service.

Volume 14: 2017 Advance Access Articles

Volume 13: 2016, the latest edition of Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review is available in SAS Open Journals.

DEESLR Volume 13: 2016 coverUp-to-date articles covering electronic evidence and electronic signature issues in several jurisdictions and in international contexts

Translations of important recent cases in the field, translations of legislation and book reports

 

 

Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review

Access Digital Evidence and Electronic Signature Law Review Volume 1: 2004 to Volume 13: 2016 from SAS Open Journals

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Page last updated: 28th February 2017