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"The Legal List, Law-Related Resources on the Internet and Elsewhere"
by Erik J. Heels, 39 Main St., Eliot, ME 03903
legal...@justice.eliot.me.us

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The Legal List
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Law-related Resources on the Internet and Elsewhere
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by Erik J. Heels


Version 3.0, 17 Jan 94
Copyright (c) 1994 Erik J. Heels
Earlier Versions Copyright (c) 1992, 1993 Erik J. Heels


With support from

The University of Maine School of Law,
The Maine Law and Technology Association, and
Midnight Networks Inc.

COPYRIGHT NOTICE
Copyright (c) 1994 Erik J. Heels
All rights reserved, except the following:

I. ELECTRONIC COPYING. Permission is granted to copy "The Legal
List" from one electronic storage or computer system to another
under the following conditions:: 1) If "The Legal List" is copied
to an e-mail server, FTP site, TELNET site, Gopher site, WWW site,
WAIS site, USENET newsgroup, BBS, or any other electronic storage or
computer system, the copier must subscribe to "The Legal List"
mailing list (legal-lis...@justice.eliot.me.us, as described
in Section 2.2.1) and must indicate that "The Legal List" has been
so copied. 2) This copyright notice must be included with all such
copies.

II. OTHER THAN ELECTRONIC COPYING. Permission is granted to copy
"The Legal List" other than as described in Section I of this notice
(including, but not limited to, printing "The Legal List" or
otherwise making paper copies of it) under the following conditions:
1) If "The Legal List" is copied other than as described in Section
I of this notice (e.g. if "The Legal List" is printed or
photocopied), the copier must pay $9.17 to the author and must
notify the author that "The Legal List" has been so copied. Payment
must be made in US dollars (check or money order only, payable to
"Erik J. Heels") and mailed to "The Legal List, Attn: Erik J. Heels,
39 Main Street, Eliot, ME 03903-2234. 2) This copyright notice must
be included with all such copies.

- TABLE OF CONTENTS -

O. REVISION HISTORY ETC.
0.1. QUICK REFERENCE E-MAIL ADDRESSES
0.2. CONTRIBUTORS TO VERSION 2.0
0.3. CONTRIBUTORS TO VERSION 3.0

1. INTRODUCTION TO "THE LEGAL LIST"
1.1. PURPOSE AND HISTORY
1.2. FOR NEW INTERNET USERS - A BRIEF PRIMER ON THE INTERNET
1.3. DISCLAIMER

2. GETTING AND REDISTRIBUTING "THE LEGAL LIST"
2.1. SUMMARY OF HOW TO GET "THE LEGAL LIST"
2.2. E-MAIL
2.2.1. MAILING LIST
2.2.2. UPDATES
2.3. ANONYMOUS FTP
2.3.1 INTERNET RESOURCE GUIDE - DIRECTORY OF DIRECTORIES
2.4. GOPHER
2.4.1. ADDING "THE LEGAL LIST" TO YOUR GOPHER SITE
2.4.2. OTHER KNOWN GOPHER SITES
2.5. USENET
2.6. ELSEWHERE
2.7. HARD COPIES

3. E-MAIL-ACCESSIBLE RESOURCES
3.1. ORGANIZATIONS AND MEETINGS
3.1.1. AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION
3.1.1.1. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY SECTION
3.1.1.2. SECTION OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW
3.1.2. CENTER FOR COMPUTER LAW
3.1.3. COALITION FOR NETWORKED INFORMATION
3.1.4. COMPUTER PROFESSIONALS FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
3.1.5. COMPUTER SYSTEMS POLICY PROJECT
3.1.6. CONFERENCE ON COMPUTERS, FREEDOM, AND PRIVACY
3.1.7. INTERNATIONAL LAW STUDENTS ASSOCIATION
3.1.8. LEGAL INFORMATION INSTITUTE - E-BULLETIN
3.1.9. PEACENET WORLD NEWS SERVICE
3.1.10. SOFTWARE PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION
3.1.11. UNIV. OF DAYTON -
SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS IN COMPUTER LAW
3.1.12. U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
3.1.13. U.S. SENATE SUBCOMMITTEE ON TECHNOLOGY & THE LAW
3.1.14. THE WHITE HOUSE
3.2. LAW SCHOOLS
3.2.1. ALABAMA
3.2.2. ALASKA
3.2.3. ARIZONA
3.2.4. ARKANSAS
3.2.5. CALIFORNIA
3.2.6. COLORADO
3.2.7. CONNECTICUT
3.2.8. DELAWARE
3.2.9. FLORIDA
3.2.10. GEORGIA
3.2.11. HAWAII
3.2.12. IDAHO
3.2.13. ILLINOIS
3.2.14. INDIANA
3.2.15. IOWA
3.2.16. KANSAS
3.2.17. KENTUCKY
3.2.18. LOUISIANA
3.2.19. MAINE
3.2.20. MARYLAND
3.2.21. MASSACHUSETTS
3.2.22. MICHIGAN
3.2.23. MINNESOTA
3.2.24. MISSISSIPPI
3.2.25. MISSOURI
3.2.26. MONTANA
3.2.27. NEBRASKA
3.2.28. NEVADA
3.2.29. NEW HAMPSHIRE
3.2.30. NEW JERSEY
3.2.31. NEW MEXICO
3.2.32. NEW YORK
3.2.33. NORTH CAROLINA
3.2.34. NORTH DAKOTA
3.2.35. OHIO
3.2.36. OKLAHOMA
3.2.37. OREGON
3.2.38. PENNSYLVANIA
3.2.39. PUERTO RICO
3.2.40. RHODE ISLAND
3.2.41. SOUTH CAROLINA
3.2.42. SOUTH DAKOTA
3.2.43. TENNESSEE
3.2.44. TEXAS
3.2.45. UTAH
3.2.46. VERMONT
3.2.47. VIRGINIA
3.2.48. WASHINGTON
3.2.49. WASHINGTON, D.C.
3.2.50. WEST VIRGINIA
3.2.51. WISCONSIN
3.2.52. WYOMING
3.3. BITNET AND UNIX LISTSERV GROUPS
3.3.1. AIL-L
3.3.2. ALL-OF-ELSA
3.3.3. BIZLAW-L
3.3.4. CALI-L
3.3.5. CALL-L
3.3.6. CJUST-L
3.3.7. CNI-COPYRIGHT
3.3.8. COMLAW-L
3.3.9. COMP-PRIVACY
3.3.10. CPAE
3.3.11. CPS-L
3.3.12. CTI-LAW
3.3.13. CYBERIA-L
3.3.14. CYBERLAW
3.3.15. DATA-PROTECTION
3.3.16. EC
3.3.17. EDLAW
3.3.18. ENVLAWPROFS
3.3.19. EURO-LEX
3.3.20. FEDTAX-L
3.3.21. FEMJUR
3.3.22. FORENS-L
3.3.23. FREE-L
3.3.24. GOVDOC-L
3.3.25. HISLAW-L
3.3.26. H-NET
3.3.27. INFO-LAW
3.3.28. INT-LAW
3.3.29. JUCIDI-L
3.3.30. JUDAISME-L
3.3.31. JURIST-L
3.3.32. LAW-EUROPE
3.3.33. LAW-FAMILY
3.3.34. LAW-LIB
3.3.34.1. AUTOMATOME
3.3.35. LAWPROF
3.3.36. LAWSCH-L
3.3.37. LAWSRC-L
3.3.38. LEGWRI-L
3.3.39. LIS-LAW
3.3.40. LNN
3.3.41. NCS-L
3.3.42. PACS-L
3.3.43. PSRT-L
3.3.43.1. LAW AND POLITICS BOOK REVIEW
3.3.44. PSYLAW-L
3.3.45. REGS-L
3.3.46. RIGHTS-L
3.3.47. RLG-L
3.3.48. SOFTPATS
3.3.49. TECHNOLOGY-TRANSFER-LIST
3.3.50. TEKNOIDS
3.3.51. TLTP-LAW
3.3.52. UKLEGAL
3.3.53. UN

4. FTP-ACCESSIBLE RESOURCES
4.1. FTP VIA E-MAIL
4.1.1. FTPMAIL EXAMPLE
4.2. SUPREME COURT DECISIONS
4.2.1. PROJECT HERMES
4.2.2. FTP SITES
4.3. ELECTRONIC FRONTIER FOUNDATION - ARCHIVES
4.4. PROJECT GUTENBERG
4.5. ST. LOUIS UNIV. -
INTRODUCTION TO USING BITNET AND INTERNET
4.6. TUFTS UNIV. - MULTILATERALS PROJECT
4.7. COPYRIGHT FAQ
4.8. COPYRIGHT GUIDE FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS
4.9. STATE OF OHIO - COURT DECISIONS
4.10. US COURTS OF APPEALS, 9TH CIR. - MODEL JURY INSTRUCTIONS
4.11. MISC.LEGAL FAQ
4.12. THE CLEARINGHOUSE

5. TELNET-ACCESSIBLE RESOURCES
5.1. LIBRARY CATALOGS
5.1.1. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
5.2. NATIONAL INFORMATION ON SOFTWARE AND SERVICES
5.3. WASHINGTON AND LEE UNIV. - ARCHIVES
5.4. CORNELL UNIV. - ARCHIVES
5.5. RUTGERS UNIV. - INDIGENOUS PEOPLES RIGHTS ARTICLE

6. GOPHER-ACCESSIBLE RESOURCES
6.1. GOPHER OVERVIEW
6.1.1. VERONICA
6.2. WASHINGTON AND LEE UNIV. - ARCHIVES
6.3. THE CIESIN GLOBAL CHANGE INFORMATION GATEWAY
6.4. CORNELL UNIV. - ARCHIVES
6.5. VILLANOVA UNIV. - ARCHIVES
6.6. LAW TECHNOLOGY CENTRE
6.7. UNIV. OF SAARLAND
6.8. WIRETAP

7. WWW-ACCESSIBLE RESOURCES
7.1. WWW OVERVIEW
7.2. INDIANA UNIVERSITY

8. WAIS-ACCESSIBLE RESOURCES
8.1. WAIS OVERVIEW
8.2. WAIS SOURCES

9. USENET (NETNEWS) NEWSGROUPS

10. BBS-ACCESSIBLE RESOURCES
10.1. FATHERNET BBS
10.2. THE FEDERAL BULLETIN BOARD
10.3. FEDWORLD
10.4. FROLIC AND DETOUR BBS
10.5. JUST MOOTING
10.6. LERN
10.7. US COURTS
10.8. LAW MUG BBS
10.9. FIRST TEXAS LAWYER'S BBS
10.10. ATLA BBS
10.11. SAFE'N SECURE BBS

11. COMPUTER-AIDED LEGAL RESEARCH RESOURCES
11.1. THE CENTER FOR COMPUTER-AIDED LEGAL INSTRUCTION
11.2. DIALOG
11.3. LEXIS/NEXIS
11.4. WESTLAW

12. JOURNALS

APPENDIX A. INTERNET, UUCP, AND USENET INFORMATION
A.1. INTRODUCTORY INTERNET INFORMATION
A.2. INTERNET, UUCP, AND USENET PROVIDERS
A.3.1. DOMAIN PROVIDERS
A.3.1.1. ADVANCED NETWORK & SERVICES, INC.
A.3.1.2. ANTERIOR TECHNOLOGY
A.3.1.3. CERFNET
A.3.1.4. COLORADO SUPERNET
A.3.1.5. MSEN
A.3.1.6. MV COMMUNICATIONS
A.3.1.7. NEARNET
A.3.1.8. NETCOM
A.3.1.9. PSI
A.3.1.10. SURANET
A.3.1.11. UUNET
A.3.1.12. UUNET CANADA
A.3.1.13. UUNORTH
A.3.2. ACCOUNT PROVIDERS
A.3.2.1. ABANET
A.3.2.2. AMERICA ONLINE
A.3.2.3. AT&T
A.3.2.4. COMPUSERVE
A.3.2.5. GENIE
A.3.2.6. INTERNATIONAL INTERNET ASSOCIATION
A.3.2.7. MCI
A.3.2.8. IGC NETWORKS
A.3.2.9. PORTAL
A.3.2.10. PRODIGY
A.3.2.11. SPRINT
A.3.2.12. THE WORLD
A.4. INTRODUCTORY UUCP INFORMATION
A.4.1. UUCP SOFTWARE
A.4.1.1. COMMERCIAL UUCP SOFTWARE
A.4.1.1.1. MACINTOSH
A.4.1.1.2. DOS
A.4.1.2. SHAREWARE UUCP SOFTWARE
A.4.1.2.1. MACINTOSH
A.4.1.2.2. DOS
A.5. INTRODUCTORY BITNET INFORMATION

APPENDIX B. OTHER RESOURCES
B.1. BOOKS
B.2. OTHER SHAREWARE SOFTWARE

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O. REVISION HISTORY ETC.
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17 May 92, beta.1 - Project started by he...@justice.eliot.me.us
(Erik J. Heels).

17 Jun 92, beta 2 - Added BITNET info.

17 Jul 92, beta 3 - Major format revisions.

17 Aug 92, beta.4 (16 K) - Released early due to popular demand.

17 May 93, 1.0 (36 K) - Available via Gopher and anonymous FTP.
Added TOC. Many thanks to Midnight Networks Inc.,
midn...@midnight.com, for their help with the FTP
service. "***" in text indicates things to do.

17 Aug 93, 2.0 (128 K, 75 pages) - Minor corrections to the
text are not indicated. Formatted with 70
characters/line, 58 lines/page (I use a 9 pt. Monaco font
with a 5 3/8 in. ruler.)
"<+>" before an item indicates an addition.
"<->" before an item indicates a deletion.
"<#>" before an item indicates a re-numbered item.
"<!>" before an item indicates an updated item.
"***" in text indicates an item which needs to be
verified.

17 Nov 93, 2.1 (128 K, 76 pages) - Fixed typos and pagination.
Replaced my old UUCP e-mail addresses with us-domain
addresses.

17 Jan 94, 3.0 (164 K, 95 pages) - Major revisions and additions.
Electronic versions remain free, paper versions cost.

0.1. QUICK REFERENCE E-MAIL ADDRESSES.

legal...@justice.eliot.me.us - Questions, additions, corrections.

legal-lis...@justice.eliot.me.us - Include "subscribe
your-name" in the subject of the
message to subscribe to a periodic
distribution list. Include
"unsubscribe" in the subject to
unsubscribe.

0.2. CONTRIBUTORS TO VERSION 2.0. Many thanks to the following,
who contributed information for version 2.0 of "The Legal List":
Frances Blomeley, Terry Carroll, Keren Cummins, Michael P. Dodson,
Richard Donovan, Doug Matthews, James Edward Maule, Carl Oppedahl,
Stephen Allan Patrick, and Prof. Henry H. Perritt Jr.

0.3. CONTRIBUTORS TO VERSION 3.0. Many thanks to the following who
contributed information for version 3.0 of "The Legal List":
Frances Blomeley, George H. Bosworth, Terry Carroll, Daniel B.
Dobkin, Mark Eckenwiler, Richard Harris, Dan Hunter, Robert J.
Keller, Burt Kreindel, Andy Lang, David Swarbrick, Nelson Velasquez,
and Archie Zariski.

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1. INTRODUCTION TO "THE LEGAL LIST"
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1.1. PURPOSE AND HISTORY. The purpose of "The Legal List" is to
provide a consolidated list of all of the law-related resources
available on the Internet and elsewhere. I have been "on the
Internet" since 1984. I initially learned about the Internet by
looking over the shoulders of my friends and co-workers (I believe
that this is the way most people learn how to navigate the
Internet), and then I began exploring the Internet for myself. I
spent a great deal of 1992 exploring the Internet in search of law-
related resources, because I wanted to know what law-related
resources were available on the Internet. I was frustrated that of
comprehensive list of such resources did not exist, so I created my
own list. As I discussed what I had been doing with others, they
began to request copies of my list. In August, 1992, I released the
first version. I called this version "beta.4," because it was (and
is) a work in progress.

I am committed to providing high-quality information. As such,
I try to verify information. (If I have not been able to verify a
resource, I have flagged it in the text with the "***" symbol.) I
also include resources which are no longer available, so that you
won't waste your time responding to a so-called "new" resource that
has, in fact, been extinct for some time. What started a relatively
short list for my own use has grown into the relatively large book
you are now reading. Administrative support in the form of a GOPHER
server (and its disk space) is provided by the University of Maine
School of Law. Administrative support in the form of publicity
within the University of Maine School of Law is provided by the
Maine Law and Technology Association. Administrative support in the
form of an anonymous FTP server (and its disk space) is provided by
Midnight Networks, Inc.

Unfortunately, providing high-quality information costs money.
"The Legal List" receives no financial support from any
organization. I have invested my own time and money (mostly due to
the long-distance phone calls I make to access the Internet) into
"The Legal List." As the copyright notice for this version
indicates, "The Legal List" is free on the Internet, but it costs if
you print it. I believe that this arrangement is consistent with
the spirit of providing free information on the Internet, while at
the same time allowing me to partially recover the costs of
producing "The Legal List." For those who complain that this
arrangement makes those without Internet access subsidize those with
such access, I respond that 1) this encourages people to get on the
Internet to get the free version, 2) I cannot think of a better
solution, and 3) I do not maintain a paper copy of "The Legal List."

I believe that "The Legal List" is worth the price. It is
comprehensive, frequently-updated, and "subscribeable" by sending a
message to legal-lis...@justice.eliot.me.us with "subscribe
your_name" as the subject) To date, over 400 individuals from
approximately 50 universities and 10 countries have subscribed. But
don't take my word for it, listen to what others have said:

"I can't wait to explore this list further."
- 06/28/93

"I am very new to the internet (and to computers in general)
but I am delighted by the quality of information I am
receiving."
- 06/29/93

"Thanks for recently sending the Legal List. It's a marvelous
service."
- 07/02/93

"I've just received a copy of The Legal List Version 2.0 and I
wanted to congratulate you on a fine piece of work. It is a
great document and should be extremely useful to those of us
trying to find our way around the legal side of Internet."
- 09/07/93

"Wow - the Legal List is way impressive!"
- 09/22/93

"[A] quick note of praise on your Legal List. I think it's a
great idea, and I have found it useful to get a feel for what's
available online in the legal domain."
- 09/23/93

"I had the pleasure of reading your 'Legal List' this morning.
I am an attorney and am new to the Internet. Your paper will
prove to be a tremendous research tool for me."
- 01/06/94

(For those who might be wondering why I am plugging my book in my
book, let me explain. The top portion of "The Legal List" (the
table of contents and Sections 0, 1, and 2) are included as the
README file which is archived with "The Legal List" and which is
sent to those inquiring about "The Legal List.")

Version 3.0 of "The Legal List" has been totally reorganized.
I have listed the resources in order of ease-of-accessibility. The
resources which are easiest to access are listed first, those which
are more difficult to access are listed last. For example, the user
of a value-added network (such as CompuServe, GEnie, or America
Online) may have access to Internet e-mail but may not have FTP or
TELNET access. To this user, the e-mail servers are the most
useful. Also, I have tried to list free services before paid
services. Finally, I have included two appendices of general
Internet information that is not necessarily law-related. The
following is a summary of the contents of "The Legal List":

Chapter 0. REVISION HISTORY ETC. Self-explanatory.

Chapter 1. INTRODUCTION TO "THE LEGAL LIST." Self-
explanatory.

Chapter 2. GETTING AND REDISTRIBUTING "THE LEGAL LIST." This
chapter describes how to get "The Legal List." If you are trying to
get a copy of "The Legal List," you can avoid many problems by
simply reading and following the directions. This is true not only
of "The Legal List" but also of all of the resources it describes.
(For example, you may get "The Legal List" via anonymous FTP from
ftp.midnight.com (137.103.210.2) as pub/LegalList/legallist.txt, but
you may NOT TELNET to this site. See Section 2.3 for details.)

Chapter 3. E-MAIL-ACCESSIBLE RESOURCES. This chapter
describes law-related resources available via e-mail such as e-mail
addresses of law-related organizations, e-mail addresses of US law
schools, and subscription information for subject-oriented law-
related mailing lists. These mailing lists (many of which are
LISTSERV groups) are like magazines in that one can subscribe and
unsubscribe. There are groups for a wide range of law-related
interests such intellectual property (CNI-COPYRIGHT), fathers'
rights (FREE-L), and issues of interest to law students (LAWSCH-L).

Chapter 4. FTP-ACCESSIBLE RESOURCES. This chapter describes
law-related resources available via anonymous File Transfer Protocol
(FTP) such as US Supreme Court decisions and Tufts University's
Multilaterals Project.

Chapter 5. TELNET-ACCESSIBLE RESOURCES. This chapter
describes law-related resources available via TELNET such as the
Library of Congress and the archives of Cornell University School of
Law.

Chapter 6. GOPHER-ACCESSIBLE RESOURCES. This chapter
describes law-related resources available via GOPHER (an Internet
client/server protocol, developed in April 1991 by the University of
Minnesota) such as the archives of Washington and Lee University
School of Law.

Chapter 7. WWW-ACCESSIBLE RESOURCES. This chapter describes
law-related resources available via the World Wide Web (WWW) (a
distributed hypermedia system started by CERN, the European
Laboratory for Particle Physics).

Chapter 8. WAIS-ACCESSIBLE RESOURCES. This chapter describes
law-related resources available via the Wide Area Information
Servers (WAIS) (a networked full text information retrieval system
developed by Thinking Machines, Apple Computer, and Dow Jones).

Chapter 9. USENET (NETNEWS) NEWSGROUPS. This chapter lists
law-related newsgroups available on USENET, the news network that is
intertwined with, but independent from, the Internet.

Chapter 10. BBS-ACCESSIBLE RESOURCES. This chapter describes
law-related Bulletin Board Systems/Services (BBSs) such as FedWorld,
a bulletin board set up by the National Technical Information
Service (NTIS) that connects to over 100 Federal bulletin boards.
Many Bulletin Board Systems/Services (BBS) of a legal nature exist,
including private BBSs, commercial BBSs, and Government BBSs.

Chapter 11. COMPUTER-AIDED LEGAL RESEARCH RESOURCES. This
chapter describes computer-aided legal research, such as how to
connect to Lexis/Nexis and WestLaw via TELNET.

Chapter 12. JOURNALS. This chapter lists technology-related
law-related journals such as "E Law," which is an electronically-
available journal.

Appendix A. INTERNET, UUCP, AND USENET INFORMATION. This
appendix contains, for example, information on how to get on the
Internet, i.e.. how to purchase an Internet account.

Appendix B. OTHER RESOURCES. This appendix describes, for
example, introductory Internet books and shareware software.

1.3. FOR NEW INTERNET USERS - A BRIEF PRIMER ON THE INTERNET.
Earlier versions of "The Legal List" stated that "[a] certain level
of familiarity with the Internet is assumed by the author of 'The
Legal List.'" I no longer make this assumption, as I have
discovered that many readers of "The Legal List" are unfamiliar with
the Internet in general. As such, I have added this "brief primer."

A Brief Primer on the Internet. The Internet is THE
international network of computer networks. Each computer on the
Internet speaks the same language, the TCP/IP protocols. (In
addition, many value-added services such as CompuServe and GEnie are
connected to the Internet via gateways. In essence, this means that
the users of these value-added networks can use limited Internet
resources, most notably electronic mail. But this is rapidly
changing, as these value-added networks make other Internet
protocols available, such as FTP and telnet.) The computers on the
Internet are connected, essentially, by various types of telephone
lines. But what matters to the Internet-user is not how these
computers are connected or how an electronic mail (e-mail) message
gets from Maine to California, but simply that the Internet WORKS.
When people write a letter and send it from Maine to California via
the United States Postal Services (USPS), they know that the "to"
and "from" addresses must be written in a certain place, that mail
may be returned if there is a problem, and that mail may be disposed
of after sitting idly on the shelf of the post office (if, for
example, both addresses are illegible). Internet e-mail works in
much the same way. Some of the TCP/IP protocols deal with how to
send, return, and dispose of e-mail.

The advantages of Internet e-mail over USPS mail and telephone
calls are numerous. Unlike with USPS mail, you don't have to find a
stamp and drive to the nearest mailbox to send Internet e-mail. And
unlike the telephone, Internet e-mail is never busy. I recently
planned a ski trip in Maine entirely by e-mail. I was able to make
sure that each person got the same information, I could keep track
of RSVPs, and I didn't have to worry about making phone calls.

Not Just for Scientists Anymore. The Internet has recently
come out of the closet. As more people get on the Internet, fewer
people will be able to ignore the Internet. Formerly used
exclusively by government, military, and research users, the
Internet is now being used by people in all lines of work. Lawyers
will need to get on the Internet to communicate with their clients
and with each other. 1993 may go down in history as "the year of
the Internet." Consider that in 1993 there were more references to
the Internet in the New York Times than there were in all previous
years combined!

Summary. When I was writing choosing a name for "The Legal
List, Law-Related Resources on the Internet and Elsewhere," I
initially had chosen "beyond" instead of "elsewhere." However, I
decided to go with "elsewhere" because in terms of electronic
resources, NOTHING is beyond the Internet. As big as value-added
services (such as CompuServe and GEnie) may get, they will always be
a subset of the Internet. The "elsewhere" sections deal primarily
with resources which are not on the Internet, but which may be
someday. And as the Internet expands, there will be more legal
issues (intellectual property, privacy, and First Amendment issues
to name a few) to tackle. Was 1993 the year of the Internet? I'm
not sure, but I do know that the Internet is here to stay, and for
lawyers and others who are concerned about the future of the
Internet, now is the time to get on.

"The Legal List" contains additional introductory information:

For information on how to get: See:

introductory Internet information Section A.1.
introductory UUCP information Section A.4.
introductory BITNET information Section A.5.
additional introductory information Section B.1.

1.3. DISCLAIMER. The author of "The Legal List" has made
reasonable efforts to provide correct information, but the author,
the University of Maine School of Law, the Maine Law and Technology
Association, and Midnight Networks are not responsible for the
accuracy of the information in "The Legal List." Updates,
additions, and corrections to "The Legal List" should be sent to
legal...@justice.eliot.me.us.

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2.1 SUMMARY OF HOW TO GET "THE LEGAL LIST." Please read this
chapter carefully. Please do NOT try to access "The Legal List" in
a manner that is not described in this chapter. Please read the
details below. The purpose of this summary is to describe, in chart
format, how to get "The Legal List" and how NOT to get "The Legal
List." If you read and follow the directions in this chapter, you
will have no problems. This advice applies not only to "The Legal
List" but to all of the resources it describes.
____________________________________________________________________
| SITE | How is "The Legal List" |
| | accessible at this site? |
|_________________________|________________________________________|
| ftp.midnight.com | FTP access ONLY. |
| | No e-mail, TELNET, or GOPHER access. |
|_________________________|________________________________________|
| justice.eliot.me.us | E-mail access ONLY (by subscription). |
| | No FTP, TELNET, or GOPHER access. |
|_________________________|________________________________________|
| gopher.usmacs.maine.edu | GOPHER access ONLY. |
| | No e-mail, FTP, or TELNET access. |
|_________________________|________________________________________|
| rtfm.mit.edu | E-mail and FTP access. |
| | No TELNET or GOPHER access. |
|_________________________|________________________________________|

2.2. E-MAIL. Due to the size of "The Legal List," (and to keep
justice.eliot.me.us running as efficiently as possible) I only send
the initial release of "The Legal List" via e-mail to those who have
subscribed to "The Legal List" mailing list (described below in
Section 2.2.1). I will NOT be able to send individual copies via e-
mail after the initial release. However, you can still get a copy
of "The Legal List" e-mailed to you by using FTPMAIL (see Section
4.1) or by using the mail-server at MIT (see Section 2.5).

2.2.1. MAILING LIST. If you wish to be added to "The Legal List"
Mailing List, send a message to
legal-lis...@justice.eliot.me.us.with "subscribe your_name" as
the SUBJECT of the message. Version 4.0 of "The Legal List" (as
well as other announcements) will be mailed to those on this Mailing
List. To cancel your subscription to this Mailing List, send a
message to legal-lis...@justice.eliot.me.us with "unsubscribe"
as the subject of the message. Please allow up to ONE WEEK for a
reply to messages sent to legal-lis...@justice.eliot.me.us.
(If you send multiple subscription requests, you will get multiple
responses. However, duplicate addresses are removed before any
messages are sent to those on "The Legal List" Mailing List, so you
should not receive multiple copies of any messages.)

2.2.2. UPDATES. Updates, additions, and corrections to "The Legal
List" should be sent to legal...@justice.eliot.me.us.

2.3. ANONYMOUS FTP. "The Legal List" is available via anonymous
FTP from ftp.midnight.com (137.103.210.2) (Midnight Networks Inc.)
as pub/LegalList/legallist.txt. You may connect to ftp.midnight.com
by anonymous FTP ONLY. (Please do NOT TELNET to ftp.midnight.com.)
If you have e-mail access but you do not have FTP access, you may
want to try DEC's FTP-via-e-mail service, FTPMAIL (see Section 4.1).
To get "The Legal List" via e-mail from DEC's FTPMAIL service, send
the following message to ftp...@decwrl.dec.com:

connect ftp.midnight.com
ascii
get /pub/LegalList/README
get /pub/LegalList/legallist.txt
quit

The files will be e-mailed to you in a day or so. If you have
problems with FTPing to ftp.midnight.com, send a message to
ad...@midnight.com or legal...@justice.eliot.me.us.

<!> 2.3.1. INTERNET RESOURCE GUIDE - DIRECTORY OF DIRECTORIES.
"The Legal List" is one of many resources officially documented by
the InterNIC Directory and Database Services at the NSF Network
Systems Center (NNSC) under a contract with AT&T. The "Internet
Resource Guide" (IRG), formerly compiled and maintained by BBN,
Inc., for the NNSC is being transitioned to the "Directory of
Directories" provided by the InterNIC Directory and Database
Services. In previous versions of "The Legal List," I wrote "[t]he
[IRG] is invaluable, and everyone with a serious interest in the
Internet should maintain a copy. The NNSC's stated goal is 'to
expose users to those facilities that will help them do their work
better.' (Internet Resource Guide, Introduction, dated 16 Apr 90.)
I wholeheartedly agree with this goal." Although the IRG in its
1990-form is being discontinued, the entries are being incorporated
into the NNSC's new "Directory of Directories." The "Directory of
Directories" should prove to be an invaluable resource.

For more information, contact:

The InterNIC Directory and Database Services Administrator AT&T
5000 Hadley Road Room 1B13
South Plainfield, NJ 07080
ad...@ds.internic.net
1-800-862-0677 or (908) 668-6587

2.4. GOPHER. "The Legal List" is available via Gopher from the
University of Southern Maine Gopher site (University of Maine School
of Law, site gopher.usmacs.maine.edu).

2.4.1. ADDING "THE LEGAL LIST" TO YOUR GOPHER SITE. You are
encouraged to add "The Legal List" to your local Gopher site. If
you choose to do so, please include "The Legal List v3.0" in the
Gopher menu. (See the title page for copyright restrictions.)

2.4.2. OTHER KNOWN GOPHER SITES. "The Legal List" has been posted
to the following Gopher sites:

liberty.uc.wlu.edu
Law Related Sources/Legal List...

malahat.library.uvic.ca

miles.library.arizona.edu

morris.lib.udel.edu

sluava.slu.edu

Do a VERONICA search of "Legal List" to find other sites. (This is
why it's important to include the words "The Legal List v3.0" when
you add "The Legal List" to your Gopher site.)

<+> 2.5. USENET. "The Legal List" is posted on initial release to
misc.legal.moderated and periodically to other newsgroups (e.g.
misc.legal, misc.legal.computing, misc.answers, and news.answers).
It is also available via anonymous FTP from rtfm.mit.edu
(18.70.0.224) as /pub/usenet/news.answers/law/net-resources/ files
part1-part3. To obtain a copy via e-mail from this site, send a
message to mail-...@rtfm.mit.edu with the following lines in it:

send usenet/news.answers/law/net-resources/part1
send usenet/news.answers/law/net-resources/part2
send usenet/news.answers/law/net-resources/part3
quit

<+> 2.6. ELSEWHERE. You are encouraged to add "The Legal List" to
any other electronic storage or computer system. "The Legal List"
has been posted to CompuServe, PeaceNet, and others. (See the title
page for copyright restrictions.)

<+> 2.7. HARD COPIES. Hard (i.e. paper) copies of "The Legal List"
are also available. The hard copies available are superior in
quality to the text-only versions distributed on the Internet (e.g.
multiple fonts are used). To receive a hard copy of "The Legal
List," please send a check or money order for $9.17, payable to
"Erik J. Heels," to:

The Legal List
Attn: Erik J. Heels
39 Main Street
Eliot, ME 03903-2234

Please allow four to six weeks for delivery via United States Postal
Services mail.

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This chapter describes law-related resources available via e-mail
such as e-mail addresses of law-related organizations, e-mail
addresses of US law schools, and subscription information for
subject-oriented law-related mailing lists. These mailing lists
(many of which are LISTSERV groups) are like magazines in that one
can subscribe and unsubscribe. There are groups for a wide range of
law-related interests such intellectual property (CNI-COPYRIGHT),
fathers' rights (FREE-L), and issues of interest to law students
(LAWSCH-L).

3.1. ORGANIZATIONS AND MEETINGS.

3.1.1. AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION.

3.1.1.1. SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY SECTION.

American Bar Association
Section of Science and Technology
750 North Lake Shore Drive
Chicago, IL 60611-4497
Phone: (312) 988-5599
Fax: (312) 988-6281
ABA/Net: !bridgesm
Annual Meeting: August

3.1.1.2. SECTION OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW.

American Bar Association
Section of Intellectual Property Law
750 North Lake Shore Drive
Chicago, IL 60611
Phone: (312) 988-5595
Fax: (312) 988-6281
ABA/Net: !bridgesm
Annual Meeting: August
Annual CLE Program: April

3.1.2. CENTER FOR COMPUTER LAW.

The Center for Computer Law
PO Box 3549
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
Events: Annual Computer Law Writing Competition

3.1.3. COALITION FOR NETWORKED INFORMATION. The Coalition for
Networked Information, a joint project of the Association of
Research Libraries, CAUSE, and EDUCOM, promotes the creation of and
access to information resources in networked environments in order
to enrich scholarship and to enhance intellectual productivity.
Currently 162 organizations and institutions are members of the
Coalition Task Force. To see a membership list, you can send the
following message to LIST...@CNI.ORG: GET CNI-INFO CNIMEMBERS (see
Section 3.3.7).

3.1.4. COMPUTER PROFESSIONALS FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY.

Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility.
666 Pennsylvania Ave. SE, Suite 303
Washington, DC 20003
(202) 544-9240
Domain: washofc.cpsr.org

3.1.5. COMPUTER SYSTEMS POLICY PROJECT. The Computer Systems
Policy Project (CSSP) is an affiliation of Chief Executive Officers
of American computer companies that develop, build, and market
information processing systems and related software and services.
CSPP was formed in 1988 to provide the CEOs of the industry with a
forum to discuss, develop, and advocate public policy positions on
trade and technology issues critical to the computer systems
industry and county. A report dated 3 Dec 91 called "Expanding the
Vision of High Performance Computing and Communications: Linking
America for the Future" is available from the CSPP. For more
information, contact:

The Computer Systems Policy Project
1735 New York Ave. NW, Suite 500
Washington, DC 20006
Phone: (202) 628-1700
Fax: (202) 331-1024
492...@mcimail.com

<!> 3.1.6. CONFERENCE ON COMPUTERS, FREEDOM, AND PRIVACY. A Report
on The Second Conference on Computers, Freedom, and Privacy (CFP-
92), March 18-20, 1992, Washington, DC, sponsored by the Association
for Computing Machinery, thirteen co-sponsors, and a wide variety of
advocacy groups is available via anonymous FTP as /alug/cfp2 in
ftp.apple.com (130.43.2.3). CFP-93 was held in San Francisco. CFP-
94 will be held 3/22-25/94 in Chicago.

3.1.7. INTERNATIONAL LAW STUDENTS ASSOCIATION.

The International Law Students Association (ILSA)
ILSA Executive Office
2223 Massachusetts Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20008-2864
Phone: (202) 265-4375
Fax: (202) 265-0386
il...@gwuvm.gwu.edu

<+> 3.1.8. LEGAL INFORMATION INSTITUTE - E-BULLETIN. In connection
with Project Hermes (see Section 4.2.1) The Legal Information
Institute (LII) at Cornell Law School provides an e-mail bulletin
and an e-mail full-text delivery service of U.S. Supreme Court
Decisions.

E-mail bulletin subscribers will receive the syllabi of decisions of
the Supreme Court as they are placed on the Internet. To subscribe
to the e-mail bulletin, send the following message (all on one line)
to list...@fatty.law.cornell.edu:

subscribe liibulletin Name, Address, Telephone Number

To have the full text of a decision e-mailed to you, send the
following message to liide...@fatty.law.cornell.edu:

request docket_number

where docket_number is the docket number of the case you want sent.
(E.g. "request 91-611" is the proper format for a request.) You
can request several decisions at once by putting the docket numbers
on separate lines.

(Full-text decisions are also available via anonymous FTP at
ftp.cwru.edu, via LII's GOPHER server at gopher.law.cornell.edu, or
via LII's WWW server at http://www.law.cornell.edu/. To access the
GOPHER server via TELNET, TELNET to gopher.law.cornell.edu and log
in as gopher. To access the WWW server via TELNET, TELNET to
www.law.cornell.edu and log in as www.)

<+> 3.1.9. PEACENET WORLD NEWS SERVICE. The PeaceNet World News
Service (PWN) is an e-mail news publication sponsored by the
Institute for Global Change (ICG). Subscribers receive, each day, a
single e-mail news digest with a table of contents and international
stories. Subscribers choose from several issue- and region-oriented
digests.

For more information, contact:

pwn-...@igc.apc.org

3.1.10. SOFTWARE PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION. The Software Publishers
Association (SPA) is a consortium of software manufacturers
dedicated to eliminating illegal software copying. SPA offers a
variety of educational and monitoring tools.

Software Publishers Association
1730 M St. N.W., Suite 700
Washington, DC 20036.
Phone: (202) 452-1600
Fax : (202) 223-8756
Anti-piracy hot line: 1-800-388-7478

3.1.11. UNIV. OF DAYTON - SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS IN COMPUTER LAW.
The University of Dayton School of Law holds an annual "Significant
Developments in Computer Law" seminar. The 1993 seminar was
sponsored by The University of Dayton School of Law, Program in Law
and Technology.

University of Dayton School of Law
Program in Law and Technology Seminar
300 College Park
Dayton, OH 45469-1320
1993 Seminar Registration Phone: (513) 229-3211
1993 Seminar Registration Fax: (513) 229-2469

<!> 3.1.12. THE U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. In June 1993, the
House of Representatives' Committee on House Administration
announced a pilot program called the Constituent Electronic Mail
System. So far, however, only seven congressmen have signed up for
the mailboxes. Information is available at cong...@HR.house.gov.
(***Author's note: I have had no success e-mailing to this
address.)

3.1.13. U.S. SENATE SUBCOMMITTEE ON TECHNOLOGY AND THE LAW.

U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary
Subcommittee on Technology & the Law
SH-815 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510

3.1.14. THE WHITE HOUSE. The White House has several e-mail
addresses including 75300...@compuserve.com, clin...@aol.com,
MCI Mail "White House," pres...@whitehouse.gov, and vice-
pres...@whitehouse.gov. The ".gov" addresses were created in June
93 and appear to be the best. Also, a Clinton volunteer e-mail
campaign existed at one point, and it may still exist. For more
information send a message to clinto...@campaign92.org with the
word "help" as the subject. (***Author's note: I have not verified
the clinto...@campaign92.org address because when I joined the
list in 1992, I had a "Hotel California" experience--I could sign
on, but I could not sign off. Proceed with caution.)

3.2. LAW SCHOOLS. ABA-approved U.S. and Puerto Rico law schools,
with their Internet domain, are listed below.

3.2.1. ALABAMA.

Samford University
Cumberland School of Law
800 Lakeshore Dr.
Birmingham, AL 35229
(205) 870-2701
Domain: ***

University of Alabama
School of Law
PO Box 1435
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-1435
(205) 348-5117
Domain: ua.edu

3.2.2. ALASKA.

None.

3.2.3. ARIZONA.

Arizona State University
College of Law
Tempe, AZ 85287-0604
(602) 965-6181
Domain: asu.edu

University of Arizona
College of Law
Mountain & Speedway
Tuscon, AZ 85721
(602) 621-1373
Domain: arizona.edu

3.2.4. ARKANSAS.

University of Arkansas/Fayetteville
School of Law
Waterman Hall
Fayetteville, AK 72701
(501) 575-5601
Domain: ***

University of Arkansas at Little Rock
School of Law
400 West Markham
Little Rock, AK 72201
(501) 371-1071
Domain: ualr.edu

3.2.5. CALIFORNIA.

California Western School of Law
350 Cedar St.
San Diego, CA 92101
(619) 239-0391
Domain: ***

Golden Gate University
School of Law
536 Mission St.
San Francisco, CA 94105
(415) 442-7250
Domain: ***

Loyola Marymount University
Loyola Law School
1441 West Olympic Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90015
(213) 736-1180
Domain: ***

Pepperdine University
School of Law
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90265
(213) 456-4611
Domain: pepperdine.edu

Santa Clara University
School of Law
Santa Clara, CA 95053
(408) 554-4361
Domain: scu.edu

Southwestern University
School of Law
675 South Westmoreland Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90005
(213) 738-6700
Domain: ***

Stanford University
Stanford Law School
Crown Quadrangle
Stanford, CA 94305-8610
(415) 723-4985
Domain: stanford.edu

<!> University of California
Hastings College of the Law
200 McAllister St.
San Francisco, CA 94102
(415) 565-4600
Domain: uchastings.edu

University of California/Berkeley
School of Law
220 Boalt Hall
Berkeley, CA 94720-2499
(415) 642-2274
Domain: berkeley.edu

University of California/Davis
School of Law
King Hall
Davis, CA 95616
(916) 752-6477
Domain: ucdavis.edu

University of California/Los Angeles
School of Law
405 Hilgard Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90024
(213) 825-4041
Domain: ucla.edu

University of San Diego
School of Law
Alcala Park
San Diego, CA 92110
(619) 260-4528
Domain: acusd.edu

University of San Francisco
School of Law
Ignatian Heights
San Francisco, CA 94117-1080
(415) 666-6544
Domain: usfca.edu

University of Southern California
Law Center
University Park
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0071
(213) 743-7331
Domain: usc.edu

University of the Pacific
McGeorge School of Law
3200 Fifth Ave.
Sacramento, CA 95817
(916) 739-7105
Domain: uop.edu

Whittier College
School of Law
5353 West Third St.
Los Angeles, CA 90020
(213) 936-3621
Domain: whittier.edu

3.2.6. COLORADO.

University of Colorado
School of Law
Campus Box 403
Boulder, CO 80309
(303) 492-8047
Domain: colorado.edu

University of Denver
College of Law
7039 East 18th Ave.
Denver, CO 80220
(303) 871-6135
Domain: du.edu

3.2.7. CONNECTICUT.

University of Bridgeport
School of Law
303 University Ave.
Bridgeport, CT 06601
(203) 576-4048
Domain: bridgeport.edu

University of Connecticut
School of Law
55 Elizabeth St.
Hartford, CT 06105
(203) 241-4696
Domain: uconn.edu

Yale University
Law School
Box 401-A Yale Station
New Haven, CT 06520
(203) 436-3015
Domain: yale.edu

3.2.8. DELAWARE.

Delaware Law School of Widener University
PO Box 7474
Concord Pike
Wilmington, DE 19803
(302) 478-5280
Domain: ***widener.edu

3.2.9. FLORIDA.

Florida State University
College of Law
Tallahassee, FL 32306
(904) 644-3400
Domain: fsu.edu

Nova University
Center for the Study of Law
3100 SW Ninth Ave.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315
(305) 760-5700
Domain: nova.edu

Stetson University
College of Law
1401 61st Street South
St. Petersburg, FL 33707
(813) 345-1300
Domain: ***

University of Florida
College of Law
164 Holland Hall
Gainsville, FL 32611
(904) 392-0421
Domain: ufl.edu

University of Miami
School of Law
PO Box 248087
Coral Gables, FL 33124
(305) 284-2523
Domain: miami.edu

3.2.10. GEORGIA.

Emory University
School of Law
Gambrell Hall
Atlanta, GA 30322
(404) 727-6801
Domain: emory.edu

Georgia State University
College of Law
University Plaza
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 651-2048
Domain: gsu.edu

Mercer University
Walter F. George School of Law
Macon, GA 31207
(912) 744-2606
Domain: ***

University of Georgia
Joseph Henry Lumpkin School of Law
Athens, GA 30602
(404) 542-7060
Domain: uga.edu

3.2.11. HAWAII.

University of Hawaii/Manoa
William S. Richardson School of Law
2515 Dole St.
Honolulu, HI 96822
(808) 948-7966
Domain: ***hawaii.edu

3.2.12. IDAHO.

University of Idaho
College of Law
Moscow, ID 83843
(208) 885-6422
Domain: idaho.edu

3.2.13. ILLINOIS.

Depaul University
College of Law
25 E. Jackson Boulevard
Chicago, IL 60604
(312) 341-6831
Domain: depaul.edu

Illinois Institute of Technology
IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law
77 South Wacker Dr.
Chicago, IL 60606
(312) 567-5000
Domain: iit.edu

The John Marshall Law School
315 South Plymouth Court
Chicago, IL 60604
(312) 427-2737
Domain: ***

Loyola University of Chicago
School of Law
One East Pearson St.
Chicago, IL 60611
(312) 670-2927
Domain: luc.edu

Northern Illinois University
College of Law
Swen Parson Hall
De Kalb, IL 60115
(815) 753-1420
Domain: niu.edu

Northwestern University
School of Law
357 East Chicago Ave.
Chicago, IL 60611
(312) 908-8465
Domain: nwu.edu

Southern Illinois University/Carbondale
School of Law
Lesar Law Building
Cardondale, IL 62959
(618) 536-7711
Domain: ***siu.edu

University of Chicago
Law School
1111 East 60th St.
Chicago, IL 60637
(312) 702-9484
Domain: uchicago.edu

University of Illinois
College of Law
504 East Pennsylvania Ave.
Champaign, IL 61820
(217) 333-0931
Domain: uiuc.edu

3.2.14. INDIANA.

Indiana University/Bloominton
School of Law
Bloomington, IN 47405-1001
(812) 335-2704
Domain: ***indiana.edu

Indiana University/Indianapolis
School of Law
735 West New York St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
(317) 274-8839
Domain: ***indiana.edu

University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame Law School
Notre Dame, IN 46556
(219) 239-6626
Domain: nd.edu

Valparaiso University
School of Law
Weseman Hall
Valparaiso, IN 46383
(219) 465-7829
Domain: valpo.edu

3.2.15. IOWA.

Drake University
Drake University Law School
27th and Carpenter Streets
Des Moines, IA 50311
(515) 271-2824
Domain: drake.edu

University of Iowa
College of Law
Boyd Law Building
Melrose and Bylington Streets
Iowa City, IA 52242
(319) 335-9142
Domain: uiowa.edu

3.2.16. KANSAS.

University of Kansas
School of Law
Green Hall
15th and Naismith Dr.
Lawrence, KS 66045
(913) 864-4550
Domain: ukans.edu

Washburn University
School of Law
17th and MacVicar
Topeka, KS 66621
(913) 295-6660
Domain: wuacc.edu

3.2.17. KENTUCKY.

Northern Kentucky University
Salmon P. Chase College of Law
Louse B. Nunn Hall
Highland Heights, KY 41076
(606) 572-5343
Domain: ***

University of Kentucky
College of Law
Lexington, KY 40506
(606) 257-1678
Domain: uky.edu

University of Louisville
School of Law
Belknap Campus
2301 South Third St.
Louisville, KY 40292
(502) 588-6358
Domain: ***

3.2.18. LOUISIANA.

Louisiana State University
Paul M. Herbert Law Center
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
(504) 388-8646
Domain: lsu.edu

Loyola University/New Orleans
School of Law
7214 St. Charles Ave.
New Orleans, LA 70118
(504) 861-5575
Domain: loyno.edu

Southern University and A&M College
Law Center
Southern Branch PO Box 9294
Baton Rouge, LA 70813
(504) 771-2552
Domain: ***

Tulane University
School of Law
Joseph Merrick Jones Hall
6801 Freret St.
New Orleans, LA 70118
(504) 865-5930
Domain: tulane.edu

3.2.19. MAINE.

University of Maine
School of Law
246 Deering Ave.
Portland, ME 04102
(207) 780-4341
Domain: maine.edu

3.2.20. MARYLAND.

University of Baltimore
School of Law
1420 North Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21201-5779
(301) 625-3000
Domain: ***

University of Maryland
School of Law
500 West Baltimore St.
Baltimore, MD 21202
(301) 328-3492
Domain: umd.edu

3.2.21. MASSACHUSETTS.

Boston College
Law School
885 Centre St.
Newton, MA 02159
(617) 552-4350
Domain: bc.edu

Boston University
School of Law
765 Commonwealth Ave.
Boston, MA 02215
(617) 353-3100
Domain: bu.edu

Harvard University
Harvard Law School
Cambridge, MA 02138
(617) 495-3109
Domain: harvard.edu

New England School of Law
154 Stuart St.
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 451-0010
Domain: ***

Northeastern University
School of Law
400 Huntington Ave.
Boston, MA 02115
(617) 437-2395
Domain: northeastern.edu

Suffolk University
Law School
41 Temple St.
Beacon Hill
Boston, MA 02114
(617) 573-8144
Domain: suffolk.edu

Western New England College
School of Law
1215 Wilbraham Rd.
Springfield, MA 01119
(413) 782-1406
Domain: ***

3.2.22. MICHIGAN.

Detroit College of Law
130 East Elizabeth St.
Detroit, MI 48201
(313) 965-0150
Domain: ***

Thomas M. Cooley Law School
217 South Capitol Ave.
PO Box 13038
Lansing, MI 48901
(517) 371-5140
Domain: ***

University of Detroit
School of Law
651 East Jefferson Ave.
Detroit, MI 48226
(313) 961-5444
Domain: ***

University of Michigan
Law School
Hutchins Hall
625 South State St.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1215
(313) 764-0537
Domain: umich.edu

Wayne State University
Law School
468 West Ferry
Detroit, MI 48202
(313) 577-3937
Domain: wayne.edu

3.2.23. MINNESOTA.

Hamline University
School of Law
1536 Hewitt Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55104
(612) 641-2461
Domain: hamline.edu

University of Minnesota
Law School
229 19th Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55455
(612) 625-5005
Domain: umn.edu

William Mitchell
College of Law
875 Summit Ave.
St. Paul, MN 55105
(612) 227-9171
Domain: ***

3.2.24. MISSISSIPPI.

Mississippi College
School of Law
151 East Griffith St.
Jackson, MI 39201
(601) 944-1950
Domain: ***

University of Mississippi
School of Law
University, MS 38677
(601) 232-7361
Domain: olemiss.edu

3.2.25. MISSOURI.

Saint Louis University
School of Law
37001 Lindell Boulevard
St. Louis, MO 63108
(314) 658-2800
Domain: slu.edu

University of Missouri-Columbia
School of Law
Ninth and Conley Streets
Columbia, MO 65211
(314) 882-6487
Domain: missouri.edu

University of Missouri-Kansas City
School of Law
5100 Rockhill Rd.
Kansas City, MO 64110
(816) 276-1644
Domain: umkc.edu

Washington University
School of Law
Box 1120
One Brookings Dr.
St. Louis, MO 63130
(314) 889-6400
Domain: wustl.edu

3.2.26. MONTANA.

University of Montana
School of Law
Missoula, MT 59812
(406) 243-4311
Domain: umt.edu

3.2.27. NEBRASKA.

Creighton University
School of Law
2133 California St.
Omaha, NE 68178
(402) 280-2872
Domain: creighton.edu

University of Nebraska/Lincoln
College of Law
40th and Holdrege
Lincoln, NE 68583
(402) 472-2161
Domain: unl.edu

3.2.28. NEVADA.

None.

3.2.29. NEW HAMPSHIRE.

Franklin Pierce Law Center
2 White St.
Concord, NH 03301
(603) 228-1541
Domain: ***

3.2.30. NEW JERSEY.

Rutgers University/Camden
School of Law
Fifth and Penn Streets
Camden, NJ 08102
(609) 757-6398
Domain: ***rutgers.edu

Rutgers University/Newark
School of Law
15 Washington St.
Newark, NJ 07102
(201) 648-5561
Domain: ***rutgers.edu

Seton Hall University
School of Law
1111 Raymond Boulevard
Newark, NJ 07102
(201) 642-8500
Domain: shu.edu

3.2.31. NEW MEXICO.

University of New Mexico
School of Law
1117 Stanford Drive NE
Albuquerque, NM 87131
(505) 277-2146
Domain: unm.edu

3.2.32. NEW YORK.

Brooklyn Law School
250 Joralemon St.
Brooklyn, NY 11201
(718) 625-2200
Domain: ***

City University of New York
Law School at Queens College
65-21 Main St.
Flushing, NY 11367
(718) 575-4200
Domain: cuny.edu

Columbia University
School of Law
435 West 116th St.
New York, NY 10027
(212) 280-2648
Domain: columbia.edu

Cornell University
Cornell Law School
Myron Taylor Hall
Ithaca, NY 14853
(607) 255-5141
Domain: cornell.edu

Fordham University
School of Law
140 West 62nd St.
New York, NY 10023
(212) 841-5193
Domain: fordham.edu

Hofstra University
School of Law
1000 Fulton Ave.
Hempstead, NY 11550
(516) 560-5916
Domain: hofstra.edu

New York Law School
57 Worth St.
New York, NY 10013
(212) 431-2100
Domain: ***

New York University
School of Law
40 Washington Square South
New York, NY 10012
(212) 598-2517
Domain: nyu.edu

Pace University
School of Law
78 North Broadway
White Plains, NY 10603
(914) 681-4210
Domain: ***

St. John's University
School of Law
Fromkes Hall
Grand Central and Utopia Parkways
Jamaica, NY 11439
(718) 990-6161
Domain: stjohns.edu

State University of New York at Buffalo
School of Law
John Lord O'Brien Hall
Buffalo, NY 14260
(716) 636-2060
Domain: buffalo.edu

Syracuse University
College of Law
E.I. White Hall
Syracuse, NY 13244
(315) 423-1962
Domain: syr.edu

Touro College
Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center
300 Nassau Rd.
Huntington, NY 11743
(516) 421-2244
Domain: ***

Union University
Albany Law School
80 New Scotland Ave.
Albany, NY 12208
(518) 445-2326
Domain: ***

Yeshiva University
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law
55 Fifth Ave.
New York, NY 10003
(212) 790-0200
Domain: ***

3.2.33. NORTH CAROLINA.

Campbell University
School of Law
PO Box 158
Buies Creek, NC 27506
(919) 893-4111
Domain: campbell.edu

Duke University
School of Law
Towerview and Science Drives
Durham, NC 27706
(919) 684-2834
Domain: duke

North Carolina Central University
School of Law
1801 Fayetteville St.
Durham, NH 27707
(919) 683-6333
Domain: nccu.edu

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
School of Law
Van Hecke-Wettach Hall
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3380
(919) 962-5106
Domain: unc.edu

Wake Forest University
School of Law
PO Box 7206
Reynolda Station
Winston-Salem, NC 27109
(919) 761-5430
Domain: wfu.edu

3.2.34. NORTH DAKOTA.

University of North Dakota
School of Law
University Station
Grand Forks, ND 58202
(710) 777-2104
Domain: ***nodak.edu

3.2.35. OHIO.

Capital University
Law School
665 South High St.
Columbus, OH 43215
(614) 445-8836
Domain: ***

Case Western Reserve University
School of Law
George Gund Hall
11075 East Boulevard
Cleveland, OH 44106
(216) 368-3600
Domain: cwru.edu

Cleveland State University
Cleveland-Marshall College of Law
East 18th and Euclid Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44115
(216) 687-2304
Domain: csuohio.edu

Ohio Northern University
Claude W. Pettit College of Law
Ada, OH 45810
(419) 772-2211
Domain: onu.edu

Ohio State University
College of Law
1659 North High St.
Columbus, OH 43210
(614) 292-2631
Domain: osu.edu

University of Akron
School of Law
302 East Buchtel Ave.
Akron, OH 44325
(216) 375-7311
Domain: uakron.edu

University of Cincinnati
College of Law
Cincinnati, OH 45221-0040
(513) 465-6805
Domain: uc.edu

University of Dayton
School of Law
300 College Park Dr.
Dayton, OH 45469
(513) 229-3555
Domain: udayton.edu

University of Toledo
College of Law
2801 West Bancroft St.
Toledo, OH 43606
(419) 537-2882
Domain: toledo.edu

3.2.36. OKLAHOMA.

Oklahoma City University
School of Law
2501 North Blackwelder St.
Oklahoma City, OK 73106
(405) 521-5354
Domain: ***

University of Oklahoma
College of Law
300 Timberdell Rd.
Norman, OK 73019
(405) 325-4726
Domain: uoknor.edu

University of Tulsa
College of Law
3120 East Fourth Place
Tulsa, OK 74104
(918) 592-6000
Domain: utulsa.edu

3.2.37. OREGON.

Lewis and Clark College
Northwestern School of Law
10015 SW Terwilliger Boulevard
Portland, OR 97019
(503) 244-1181
Domain: lclark.edu

University of Oregon
School of Law
1101 Kincaid St.
Eugene, OR 97403
(503) 686-3846
Domain: uoregon.edu

Willamette University
College of Law
250 Winter St. SE
Salem, OR 97301
(503) 370-6282
Domain: willamette.edu

3.2.38. PENNSYLVANIA.

The Dickson School of Law
150 South College St.
Carlisle, PA 17013
(717) 243-4631
Domain: ***

Duquesne University
School of Law
The Edward J. Hanley Hall
900 Locust St.
Pittsburgh, PA 15282
(412) 434-6300
Domain: duq.edu

Temple University
School of Law
1719 North Broad St.
Philadelphia, PA 19122
(215) 787-8925
Domain: temple.edu

University of Pennsylvania
Law School
3400 Chestnut St.
Philadelphia, PA 19104
(215) 898-7400
Domain: upenn.edu

University of Pittsburgh
School of Law
3900 Forbes Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
(412) 648-1400
Domain: pitt.edu

Villanova University
School of Law
Garey Hall
Villanova, PA 19085
(215) 654-7010
Domain: vill.edu


3.2.39. PUERTO RICO.

Catholic University of Puerto Rico
School of Law
Avenida Las Americas
Ponce, PR 00732
(809) 844-4150
Domain: ***

Inter-American University of Puerto Rico
School of Law
Frenandez Juncos Station
PO Box 8897
Santurce, PR 00910
(809) 727-1930
Domain: ***

University of Puerto Rico
School of Law
PO Box AZ
UPR Station
Rio Piedras, PR 00931
(809) 767-6208
Domain: ***clu.edu, cun.edu

3.2.40. RHODE ISLAND.

None.

3.2.41. SOUTH CAROLINA.

University of South Carolina
School of Law
1515 Green St.
Columbia, SC 29208
(803) 777-6605
Domain: scarolina.edu

3.2.42. SOUTH DAKOTA.

University of South Dakota
School of Law
414 East Clark
Vermillion, SD 57069-2390
(605) 677-5443
Domain: usd.edu

3.2.43. TENNESSEE.

Memphis State University
Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law
Memphis, TN 38152
(901) 454-2421
Domain: memst.edu

University of Tennessee
College of Law
1505 West Cumberland Ave.
Knoxville, TN 37996-1800
(615) 974-4131
Domain: utk.edu

Vanderbilt University
School of Law
Nashville, TN 37240
(615) 322-6452
Domain: vanderbilt.edu

3.2.44. TEXAS.

Baylor University
School of Law
CSB 364
Waco, TX 76798
(817) 755-1911
Domain: baylor.edu

St. Mary's University of San Antonio
School of Law
One Camino Santa Maria
San Antonio, TX 78284
(512) 436-3424
Domain: stmarytx.edu

South Texas College of Law
1303 San Jacinto St.
Houston, TX 77002-7006
(713) 659-8040
Domain: ***

Southern Methodist University
School of Law
Dallas, TX 75275
(214) 692-2549
Domain: smu.edu

Texas Southern University
Thurgood Marshall School of Law
3100 Cleburne Ave.
Houston, TX 77004
(713) 527-7115
Domain: tsu.edu

Texas Tech University
School of Law
19th Street and Indiana
Lubbock, TX 79409
(806) 742-3791
Domain: ttu.edu

University of Houston
Law Center
4800 Calhoun
Houston, TX 77004
(713) 749-4816
Domain: uh.edu

University of Texas at Austin
School of Law
727 East 26th St.
Austin, TX 78705
(512) 471-5151
Domain: utexas.edu

3.2.45. UTAH.

Brigham Young University
J. Reuben Clark Law School
Provo, UT 84602
(801) 378-4277
Domain: byu.edu

University of Utah
College of Law
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
(801) 581-6833
Domain: utah.edu

3.2.46. VERMONT.

Vermont Law School
South Royalton, VT 05068
(802) 763-8303
Domain: ***

3.2.47. VIRGINIA.

College of William and Mary
Marshall-Wyth School of Law
Williamsburg, VA 23185
(804) 253-4540
Domain: wm.edu

George Mason University
School of Law
3401 North Fairfax Dr.
Arlington, VA 22201
(703) 841-2600
Domain: gmu.edu

University of Richmond
The T.C. Williams School of Law
Richmond, VA 23173
(804) 289-8740
Domain: urich.edu

University of Virginia
School of Law
North Grounds
Charlottesville, VA 22901
(804) 924-7351
Domain: virginia.edu

Washington and Lee University
School of Law
Lewis Hall
Lexington, VA 24450
(703) 463-8500
Domain: wlu.edu

3.2.48. WASHINGTON.

Gonzaga University
School of Law
PO Box 3528
Spokane, WA 99220
(509) 328-4220
Domain: gonzaga.edu

University of Puget Sound
School of Law
950 Broadway Plaza
Tacoma, WA 98402
(206) 591-2252
Domain: ups.edu

University of Washington
School of Law
1100 NE Campus Parkway
Seattle, WA 98105
(206) 543-4550
Domain: washington.edu

3.2.49. WASHINGTON, DC

The American University
Washington College of Law
4400 Massachusetts Ave., N.W.
Washington, DC 20016
(202) 885-2606
Domain: american.edu

Catholic University of America
Columbus School of Law
620 Michigan Avenue NE
Washington, DC 20064
(202) 635-5151
Domain: cua.edu

George Washington University
The National Law Center
716 20th Street NW
Washington, DC 20052
(202) 676-6260
Domain: gwu.edu

Georgetown University
Law Center
600 New Jersey Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 662-9010
Domain: georgetown.edu

Howard University
School of Law
2900 Van Ness Street NW
Washington, DC 20008
(202) 686-6833
Domain: howard.edu

3.2.50. WEST VIRGINIA.

West Virginia University
College of Law
PO Box 6130
Morgantown, WV 26506
(304) 293-5301
Domain: wvu.edu

3.2.51. WISCONSIN.

Marquette University
Law School
1103 West Wisconsin Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53233
(414) 224-6767
Domain: mu.edu

University of Wisconsin-Madison
Law School
975 Bascom Hall
Madison, WI 53706
(609) 262-2240
Domain: ***wisc.edu

3.2.52. WYOMING.

University of Wyoming
College of Law
Box 3035
University Station
Laramie, WY 82071
(307) 766-6416
Domain: uwyo.edu

<!> 3.3. BITNET AND UNIX LISTSERV GROUPS. Many interest groups
exist on BITNET. A central computer maintains the list of
subscribers to a particular interest group, and when you mail to
this computer (running the LISTSERV program), LISTSERV mails your
message to the subscribers. In this way, membership lists only need
to be maintained in one location.

The BITNET LISTSERV software (which runs on IBM mainframes) has
been ported to the UNIX environment. The UNIX LISTSERV software,
written by Anastasios C. Kotsikonas (Copyright (c) 1992), has many
features similar to BITNET LISTSERV systems, although the syntax of
commands may vary slightly. UNIX LISTSERV sites typically do not
have the cooperative features of the original LISTSERV software,
which allow you to subscribe to any BITNET LISTSERV list from any
BITNET LISTSERV server.

The following LISTSERV interest groups are of a legal nature.
Most are BITNET LISTSERV interest groups, some are UNIX LISTSERV
groups, a few are MAILBASE groups. All e-mail addresses are given
in Internet form, with explicit routing for BITNET addresses via
cunyvm.cuny.edu. (I use cunyvm.cuny.edu for Internet-BITNET routing
because it has proven to be a reliable router. Other Internet-
BITNET routers are cornellc.cornell.cit.edu, mitvma.mit.edu, and
vaxf.colorado.edu.) The descriptions of the groups are in the
following form:

1. The "how to subscribe" section. Send a message to the
address following the "Subscribe to:" prompt. The text
following the "Text of message:" prompt should be included in
your message. "Your_name" should be your real name, e.g. John
Q. Smith.

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2. The "how to post messages" section. Send the message you
want distributed to the groups subscribers to the address
following the "Post messages to:" prompt.

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3. The "how to unsubscribe" section. Send a message to the
address following the "Unsubscribe to:" prompt. The text
following the "Text of message:" prompt should be included in
your message.

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Text of message: signoff sample-l

3.3.1. AIL-L. Artificial intelligence and the law. This UNIX
LISTSERV list is not moderated, so anything you send to the list
will go out to all subscribers.
I-L.

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For more information, contact:

David R. Warner, Jr
Professor of Law
Pettit College of Law
Ohio Northern University
Ada, OH 45810
Phone: (419) 772-2227
Fax: (410) 772-1927
war...@austin.onu.edu
ABANet: ABA1744

<!> 3.3.2. ALL-OF-ELSA. The European Law Student's Association -
ELSA - is an independent, non-political, non-profit organization of
law students and young lawyers. ELSA was founded in 1981 by law
students from Austria, Hungary, Poland and West Germany. Today,
ELSA has more than 15,000 members from over 28 European countries.
It cooperates in various fields with ILSA, the International Law
Students' Association. The purpose of the all-of-elsa list is to
increase and improve the communication within ELSA. Every member of
ELSA is requested to subscribe to the list. ELSA-friends are also
welcome.

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For more information, contact:

Arild Kvanvik Joergensen
Director of Computerized Information
ELSA-Norway
a...@jus.uio.no

For ELSA information in general, contact:

Alexander Grueter
Director of Communications
ELSA International
elsa...@alf3.ngate.uni-regensburg.de

<+> 3.3.3. BIZLAW-L. A discussion group for members (and friends)
of the AALS Section on Business Associations, other scholars of
business associations at universities and professional schools, and
practicing lawyers who are interested in the academics of business
law.

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For more information, contact the list moderator:

Richard A. Booth, Professor of Law
University of Maryland, School of Law
Baltimore, MD
(410) 706-4269.
rbo...@umlaw2.ab.umd.edu

or the list owner:

Robin Simonds, Director of Academic Computing
University of Maryland, School of Law
(410) 706-7727
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<+> 3.3.4. CALI-L. Computer-assisted legal instruction.

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3.3.5. CALL-L. Canadian Academic Law Libraries. Confirmation is
required to subscribe.

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<!> 3.3.6. CJUST-L. Criminal Justice.

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3.3.7. CNI-COPYRIGHT. The Coalition for Networked Information's
UNIX LISTSERV mailing list on copyright law. This list was
organized to give those who ask, answer, and discuss copyright
questions of any type a forum for discussion. Discussion is not
limited to any one area such as copyright for electronic materials.

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All questions regarding the substance of, or policies related to,
the discussions on this forum, and queries regarding difficulties
with mail or requests for technical assistance should be sent to the
Coalition's Systems Coordinator, Craig A. Summerhill
(cr...@cni.org). This forum is currently moderated by Mary Brandt
Jensen and Czeslaw Jan Grycz. Questions regarding the content of
the forum should be directed to:

Mary Brandt Jensen, Director
Law Library, School of Law
University of South Dakota
mje...@charlie.usd.edu
(605) 677-6363

Czeslaw Jan Grycz
Scholarship and Technology Study Project
University of California / Office of the President
c...@stubbs.ucop.edu
(510) 987-0561

3.3.8. COMLAW-L. Computers and Legal Education.

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3.3.9. COMP-PRIVACY. The computer Privacy Digest is an Internet
mailing list dedicated to the discussion of how technology impacts
privacy. This list is gatewayed into the moderated USENET newsgroup
comp.society.privacy. It is related to the Risks Digest
concentrating on the risks of technology on privacy.

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3.3.10. CPAE. The Center for Professional and Applied Ethics
(CPAE) is an academic LISTSERV list for discussing issues related to
professional and applied ethics. Topic areas include health care,
sports, business, environment, media, computing, law, education,
public policy, and public administration.

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Department of Philosophy
Center for Professional and Applied Ethics
Valdosta State College
Valdosta, GA 31698

3.3.11. CPS-L. Centre for Pacific Studies at the University of
Nijmegen, the Netherlands. CPS-L is an unmoderated discussion list
for interdisciplinary studies of the Pacific regions. The list is
useful as a discussion forum for researchers (e.g. anthropology,
history, linguistics, law).

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<+> 3.3.12. CTI-LAW. The use of information technology in law
teaching.

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<+> 3.3.13. CYBERIA-L. The Law and Policy of Computer Networks.
(Formerly CYBERLAW.)

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<-> 3.3.14. CYBERLAW. The Law and Policy of Computer Networks.
This list is CLOSED (formerly
CYBERLAW%WMVM1....@vtvm2.cc.vt.edu). This list has been revived
as CYBERIA-L (see Section 3.3.13).

<+> 3.3.15. DATA-PROTECTION. UK data protection law.

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<!> 3.3.16. EC. European Communities.

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3.3.17. EDLAW. EdLaw is designed for those who teach and practice
law concerning public education, private education, and colleges and
universities. It is intended to be an exchange of information on
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<!> 3.3.19. EURO-LEX. EUROpean Legal Information EXchange (EURO-
LEX) provides a forum for the exchange of legal information and
research in all European countries. Members of law faculties and
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<+> 3.3.20. FEDTAX-L. Federal taxation.

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<+> 3.3.21. FEMJUR. Feminist legal theories. The list provides a
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3.3.23. FREE-L. The Fathers' Rights & Equality Exchange (FREE),
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<!> 3.3.24. GOVDOC-L. Discussion of Government Document Issues.
GOVDOC-L is a round table discussion for librarians and other
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3.3.26. H-NET. History On-Line. H-Net is an initiative of the
History department at the University of Illinois, Chicago, to assist
historians to go on-line using their personal computers, the
Internet and BITNET. H-Net sponsors a series of LISTSERV lists, the
largest of which is HOLOCAUS with 290 subscribers in 15 countries
receiving an average of 5 messages per day. Membership is open to
any historian or graduate student. Each list is moderated by a
historian and has a board of editors. The moderators control the
flow of messages and reject those unsuitable for a scholarly
discussion group. The primary purpose of each list is to enable
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The following H-Net lists are currently in operation:

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3.3.28. INT-LAW. This is a list for librarians and others
interested in exchanging information related to foreign, comparative
and international legal materials and issues. INT-LAW started on
April 31, 1991.

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<+> 3.3.30. JUDAISME-L. Judiasim.

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3.3.31. JURIST-L. The discussion-list JURIST-L is meant to assist
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<+> 3.3.32. LAW-EUROPE. European law.

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Special Interest Section. To subscribe, join LAW-LIB (see Section
3.3.34).

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<+> 3.3.35. LAWPROF. For law school professors and other legal
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3.3.36. LAWSCH-L. This is a forum to discuss matters of concern
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interaction between students and law schools to lessen the gap
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<+> 3.3.39. LIS-LAW. Legal information and law libraries.

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<+> 3.3.40. LNN. Legal Net Newsletter is dedicated to providing
information on the legal issues of computing and networking in the
1990s and beyond. LNN is compiled and released approximately once
every two to three weeks.

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Back issues of Legal Net News are available via anonymous FTP :

ftp tstc.edu (161.109.128.2)
cd /pub/legal-net-news
get lnn.ndx (index file)

For more information, contact:

Paul Ferguson
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or:

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3.3.41. NCS-L. National Crime Survey Discussion.

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3.3.43. PSRT-L. This is a moderated list which deals with issues
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and Teachers (PSRT). Submissions from all sub-fields of political
science as well as related disciplines are encouraged. The list is
not intended to serve as a public forum for debate over current
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it is intended to provide an opportunity for political scientists to
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3.3.43.1. LAW AND POLITICS BOOK REVIEW. The Law and Politics Book
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<-> 3.3.48. SOFTPATS. A mailing list for the discussion of
software patents and related. The SOFTPATS list is CLOSED (formerly
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<-> 3.3.49. TECHNOLOGY-TRANSFER-LIST. This list is CLOSED
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3.3.50. TEKNOIDS. This is a UNIX LISTSERV list primarily for those
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<+> 3.3.51. TLTP-LAW. Creating and using computer-based learning
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<+> 3.3.52. UKLEGAL. English and Scottish law.

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<-> 3.3.53. UN. United Nations. The UN list is CLOSED (formerly
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4. FTP-ACCESSIBLE RESOURCES
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This chapter describes law-related resources available via anonymous
File Transfer Protocol (FTP) such as US Supreme Court decisions and
Tufts University's Multilaterals Project.

4.1. FTP VIA E-MAIL. Some resources are available via anonymous
FTP. If you do not have access to FTP, but you do have access to e-
mail, send a message to ftp...@decwrl.dec.com with "help" in the
body of the body of the message for information on their FTPMAIL
(FTP by e-mail) service.

4.1.1. FTPMAIL EXAMPLE. For example, to get "The Legal List" via
e-mail from DEC's FTPMAIL service, send the following message to
ftp...@decwrl.dec.com:

connect ftp.midnight.com
ascii
get /pub/LegalList/README
get /pub/LegalList/legallist.txt
quit

The files will be e-mailed to you in a day or so. If you have
problems with FTPing to ftp.midnight.com, send a message to
ad...@midnight.com or legal...@justice.eliot.me.us.

4.2. SUPREME COURT DECISIONS.

4.2.1. PROJECT HERMES. U.S. Supreme Court decisions are available
online as part of "Project Hermes." On May 11th, 1990 the United
States Supreme Court announced that it was beginning a two-year
experimental program with the objective to rapidly provide copies of
the Court's opinions in electronic form to as wide an audience as
possible.

One of the twelve participants is a noncommercial, nonprofit,
consortium composed of Case Western Reserve University (CWRU),
EDUCOM, and the National Public Telecomputing Network (NPTN). You
can electronically receive the full text of the Court's opinions
within minutes of their release--free.

You may have the Court's opinions sent directly to you if you have
access to either a BITNET or Internet computer or you may download
the files directly from any NPTN community computer system. To
receive more information on how to sign up for the BITNET/Internet
service, or if you would like to know more about accessing these
files on an NPTN community computer, please send your name,
organization or firm, address, city, state, and zip, to:

PROJECT HERMES
CWRU COMMUNITY TELECOMPUTING LAB
319 WICKENDEN BUILDING
CLEVELAND, OH 44106.

For general information about Project Hermes or about the National
Public Telecomputing Network, please contact: Tom Grundner at the
above address or at (216) 368-2733.

You can also contact Project Hermes at aa...@cleveland.freenet.edu.

The consortium grants permission to download, reproduce, or re-post
any of the Supreme Court opinion files PROVIDED NO CHANGES OR
EDITING ARE MADE TO THE SUBJECT MATERIAL. The consortium would
greatly appreciate it if source credit were given to CWRU, EDUCOM,
and the National Public Telecomputing Network if these files are
used.

4.2.2. FTP SITES. The following are two of the anonymous FTP sites
that maintain Supreme Court rulings:

ftp ftp.cwru.edu (129.22.4.2)
login: anonymous
password: your-address
cd /hermes

ftp ftp.uu.net (137.39.1.9)
login: anonymous
password: your-address
cd /archive/opinions/supreme-court
get index

<!> 4.3. ELECTRONIC FRONTIER FOUNDATION - ARCHIVES. The Electronic
Frontier Foundation (EFF) was founded in July 1990 to ensure that
the principles embodied in the Constitution and the Bill of Rights
are protected as new communications technologies emerge. The
archives of the EFF are available from the following location:

ftp ftp.eff.org (192.88.144.4)
login: anonymous
password: your-address
cd /pub/EFF/legal-issues
get Index
get /pub/EFF/eff.about

For membership information, send a message to a...@eff.org

4.4. PROJECT GUTENBERG. Project Gutenberg was started in 1971.
Its goal is to release 10,000 books, whose U.S. copyrights have
expired, by the year 2001. (Project Gutenberg requests that you
check your own copyright laws for using a file outside the United
States.) Files are released monthly in ascii text format. An
electronic newsletter is also available. For more information
contact:

Michael S. Hart
Director, Project Gutenberg
405 West Elm St.
Urbana, IL 61801
ha...@vmd.cso.uiuc.edu

or the Director of Communications:

dirc...@ux1.cso.uiuc.edu

Please do not access the mrcnext machine from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
Central Standard Time (Daylight in summer) as this is peak usage,
and mrcnext is always the first machine to get the newest editions.

ftp mrcnext.cso.uiuc.edu (128.174.201.12)
login: anonymous
password: your-address
cd /etext/etext91
get README (introductory information)
get feder12.txt (The Federalist Papers)
cd /etext/etext92
cd /etext/etext93
get README (1993's most recent releases)
get civil10.txt (Civil Disobedience, Thoreau)
cd /etext/articles (newsletters)
get INDEX (books posted in 1991 and 1992)
cd /incoming (To post files. Send a note explaining what
you've posted to ha...@vmd.cso.uiuc.edu.)

4.5. ST. LOUIS UNIV. - INTRODUCTION TO USING BITNET AND INTERNET.
The "Introduction to Using Bitnet and Internet" is intended for an
audience of law librarians, law faculty, and law students. The
material consists of two parts: Part 1 (BITINTR1.WP) covers e-mail
(both VAX VMS and Bitnet), and Part 2 (BITINTR2.WP) covers TELNET
and ftp, as well as useful tools like archie, WAIS, WWW, Gopher, and
the Washington and Lee Law Library site. The training materials are
in WordPerfect 5.1 format. The two documents are also available in
ASCII format on the SLU Law Library Gopher (sluava.slu.edu) under
"Library Services/SLU Law Library Services/Internet Training and
Access Info/".

ftp fatty.law.cornell.edu (132.236.108.5)
login: anonymous
password: your-address
cd /incoming
type binary
get bitintr1.wp
get bitintr2.wp
quit

For more information, contact:

James Milles
Head of Computer Services
Saint Louis University Law Library
3700 Lindell Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63108
Phone: (314) 658-2759
Fax: (314) 658-3966
mill...@sluvca.slu.edu

4.6. TUFTS UNIV. - MULTILATERALS PROJECT. The Multilaterals
Project is an experimental program begun at the Fletcher School of
Law and Diplomacy in Medford, Mass. to make available to the
Internet community the text of a wide variety of multilateral
conventions. Although most of these treaties are now in force, a
fair number have not yet achieved the necessary number of
ratifications.

ftp jade.tufts.edu
cd pub/diplomacy (The home location for these materials).
get INDEX (New users should consult this file.)
cd pub/diplomacy/new (Copies of the most recent postings
are placed here for a short time.)
cd pub/diplomacy/historical (A small number of older
documents.)

For more information, contact:

Peter Stott, director
Multilaterals Project
Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy
pst...@pearl.tufts.edu

<!> 4.7. COPYRIGHT FAQ. The Copyright FAQ is a series of six
articles that contains frequently asked questions (FAQ) with answers
relating to copyright law, particularly that of the United States.
It is posted to the misc.legal, misc.legal.computing, misc.int-
property, misc.answers, and news.answers newsgroups monthly, on or
near the 17th of each month. Terry Carroll, the FAQ-maintainer, is
a computer professional, and is currently (7/93) a fourth-year
(part-time) student at Santa Clara University School of Law and
Editor-in-Chief of the Santa Clara Computer and High Technology Law
Journal. The most current copy is always available via anonymous
FTP:

ftp rtfm.mit.edu (18.70.0.224)
cd /pub/usenet/news.answers/law/Copyright-FAQ
get [file1 - file6]

If you do not have access to FTP, you can obtain a copy via e-mail
by sending message to mail-...@rtfm.mit.edu with the following
lines in it:

send usenet/news.answers/law/Copyright-FAQ/part1
send usenet/news.answers/law/Copyright-FAQ/part2
send usenet/news.answers/law/Copyright-FAQ/part3
send usenet/news.answers/law/Copyright-FAQ/part4
send usenet/news.answers/law/Copyright-FAQ/part5
send usenet/news.answers/law/Copyright-FAQ/part6
quit

4.8. COPYRIGHT GUIDE FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS. The following FTP site has
a repository for files related to photography including the
"Copyright Guide For Photographers," produced by the American
Society of Media Photographers, Inc. While the Guide is
particularly oriented towards photographers, much of the information
it provides will be of use to anyone interested in copyright.

ftp moink.nmsu.edu (128.123.4.58)
cd /pub/rec.photo
get asmp-copyright-guide (ASCII version)
get asmp-copyright-TeX.tar.z (TeX version)

<+> 4.9. STATE OF OHIO - COURT DECISIONS.

ftp ftp.cwru.edu (129.22.4.2)
login: anonymous
password: your-address
cd /OH.Appeals.8th.dist

<+> 4.10. US COURTS OF APPEALS, 9TH CIR. - MODEL JURY INSTRUCTIONS.
The Office of the Circuit Executive, United States Courts for the
Ninth Circuit, Manual of Model Civil Jury Instructions is available
via anonymous FTP:

ftp asylum.sf.ca.us (92.48.232.17).
cd ftp/pub/GOLD/jury.manual
get README
cd ascii (ASCII text files)
or:
cd wp5.1 (WordPerfect 5.1 files)

These instructions cover, for example, copyright, patent and
trademark cases.

For more information, contact:

Glenn Tenney
Phone: (415) 574-3420
Fax: (415) 574-0546
ten...@netcom.com
Ham radio: AA6ER

<+> 4.11. MISC.LEGAL FAQ. A misc.legal FAQ has now been posted to
misc.legal, news.answers, and a few other USENET groups. The FAQ is
an extremely useful introduction to legal research and to the
structure of the US legal system.

The most current copy is always available via anonymous FTP:

ftp rtfm.mit.edu (18.70.0.224)
cd /pub/usenet/news.answers/law/research
get [part1, part2]

If you do not have access to FTP, you can obtain a copy via e-mail
by sending message to mail-...@rtfm.mit.edu with the following
lines in it:

send usenet/news.answers/law/research/part1
send usenet/news.answers/law/research/part2
quit

For more information, contact the author:

Mark Eckenwiler
e...@panix.com

<+> 4.12. THE CLEARINGHOUSE. The goal of the Clearinghouse is to
make available Internet resource guides that are subject-oriented
only. The guides made available by the Clearinghouse have been
created by various individual in the Internet community, including
students in a course co-taught by the administrator of the
Clearinghouse at the University of Michigan, School of Information
and Library Studies. ("The Legal List" is one of the guides made
available by the Clearinghouse.)

The guides are available via anonymous FTP:

ftp una.hh.lib.umich.edu
cd inetdirsstacks

The guides are also available via Gopher:

gopher://una.hh.lib.umich.edu/11/inetdirs

Gopher path information:

Minnesota's list of Gophers -> Michigan -> Clearinghouse of
Subject-Oriented Internet Resource Guides

For more information, contact:

Lou Rosenfeld
University of Michigan
School of Information and Library Studies
403B West Engineering
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1092
l...@umich.edu

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This chapter describes law-related resources available via TELNET
such as the Library of Congress and the archives of Cornell
University School of Law.

5.1. LIBRARY CATALOGS. Many library catalogs are available online.
These are described in detail in The Internet Resource
Guide/Directory of Directories (see Section 2.3.1).

5.1.1. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. Access to The Library of Congress is
described in The Internet Resource Guide/Directory of Directories
(see Section 2.3.1). To access the system, TELNET to dra.com
(192.65.218.43). Up to five guest users are allowed access between
8:00 am and 5:00 pm Central Time.

5.2. NATIONAL INFORMATION ON SOFTWARE AND SERVICES. The National
Information on Software and Services (NISS) is resource of the
United Kingdom. Information is available from UK universities and
other sources.

telnet sun.nsf.ac.uk (128.86.8.7)
login: janet
hostname: uk.ac.niss

Menu option O5 is Law; O5C is a diary of upcoming legal events
related to computer technology, with an emphasis on UK and Europe.

5.3. WASHINGTON AND LEE UNIV. - ARCHIVES.

telnet liberty.uc.wlu.edu
login: lawlib

Here are some notable files available (with the numbers to pick):

41 Electronic Jurisprudence BBS
42 etext/peru-const (the Spanish text of Peru's constitution)
66 International Law Internships Bibliography
76-92 Kovacs (lists of scholarly e-conferences)
128 Magna Carta
132 NAFTA, Synopsis-Aug. 28, 1992
133-185 NAFTA text and annexes (September 6, 1992)
207 Perkins, Researching Indigenous Peoples Rights Under
International Law
236 Treaties guide

5.4. CORNELL UNIV. - ARCHIVES. Most portions of the current
copyright law have been made available by Cornell University.

telnet fatty.law.cornell.edu 8210
login: www (No password is necessary.)

This will allow you to use the World Wide Web software to navigate
the copyright law. It also includes access to the Berne Convention.

<+> 5.5. RUTGERS UNIV. - INDIGENOUS PEOPLES RIGHTS ARTICLE. An
article Researching Indigenous Peoples Rights under International
Law. The article does not cover Native Americans in detail, but it
does list major international organizations and sources for study of
indigenous peoples. The article is available via TELNET:

telnet liberty.uc.wlu.edu
login: lawlib.

For more information, contact:

Steven C. Perkins
per...@andromeda.rutgers.edu
User Services Coordinator
Rutgers Law School Library
Newark, NJ
(201) 648-5965

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This chapter describes law-related resources available via GOPHER
(an Internet client/server protocol, developed in April 1991 by the
University of Minnesota) such as the archives of Washington and Lee
University School of Law.

6.1. GOPHER OVERVIEW. Gopher is an Internet client/server
protocol, developed in April 1991 by the University of Minnesota,
for making a world wide information service. Gopher provides a
delivery vehicle for local information and facilitates access to
other Gopher and information servers throughout the world. Gopher
can also search and retrieve info via WAIS and FTP. Various client
versions of Gopher software are available via anonymous FTP:

ftp boombox.micro.umn.edu
cd /pub/gopher

Using a local client is faster, but there are also a number of
public TELNET login sites available:

Hostname IP# Login Area
------------------------ -------------- ------ ----------
consultant.micro.umn.edu 134.84.132.4 gopher N. America
gopher.uiuc.edu 128.174.33.160 gopher N. America
panda.uiowa.edu 128.255.40.201 panda N. America
gopher.msu.edu 35.8.2.61 gopher N. America
gopher.sunet.se 192.36.125.2 gopher Europe
info.anu.edu.au 150.203.84.20 info Australia
gopher.chalmers.se 129.16.221.40 gopher Sweden
tolten.puc.cl 146.155.1.16 gopher S. America
ecnet.ec 157.100.45.2 gopher Ecuador
gan.ncc.go.jp 160.190.10.1 gopher Japan

For more information, contact the Gopher software developers:

Internet Gopher Developers
100 Union St. SE #190
Minneapolis, MN 55455 USA
Fax: (612) 625-6817
gop...@boombox.micro.umn.edu

6.1.1. VERONICA. VERONICA stands for Very Easy Rodent-Oriented
Net-wide Index. VERONICA is to GopherSpace what Archie, a program
developed by the McGill School of Computer Science, is to the
Internet's anonymous FTP archives. (For more information on Archie,
see The Internet Resource Guide/Directory of Directories (see
Section 2.3.1).) VERONICA offers a keyword search of most of the
Gopher-server menu titles in the world. To try VERONICA, select it
from the "Other Gophers" menu on the University of Minnesota's
Gopher server.

6.2. WASHINGTON AND LEE UNIV. - ARCHIVES. The Washington & Lee
archives (see Section 5.3) are also accessible via Gopher.

liberty.uc.wlu.edu
Select: /to Legal Sources/to Local Files

6.3. THE CIESIN GLOBAL CHANGE INFORMATION GATEWAY. This contains a
selection of international legal instruments and documents related
to UNCED.

gopher.ciesin.org
Select: "exploring Human Dimensions of Global
Change/Policy&Political Systems", and "Environmental
Internet Catalog/Law".

<!> 6.4. CORNELL UNIV. - ARCHIVES. Cornell Law School, through its
wholly-owned subsidiary the Legal Information Institute, operates a
Gopher server on fatty.law.cornell.edu (132.236.108.5 port 70). It
is focussed largely on legal information. TEKNOIDS is archived
there in searchable form, and LAW-LIB soon will be. If you don't
have a Gopher client, you can TELNET to fatty and log in as
'gopher'; you'll be placed in the UN*X gopher client.

The Directory of Legal Academia is accessible via Gopher,
TELNET, and electronic mail. To use the Gopher version, simply find
your way to the Gopher server at fatty.law.cornell.edu; there's a
menu choice for it. To use the TELNET version, TELNET to fatty
(132.236.108.5) and login as 'lookup'. Simple instructions are
provided on the opening screen. To use the mail version, send mail
to loo...@fatty.law.cornell.edu. Somewhere in the body of the mail
message, you may place one or more queries in one of two forms:

query name=Somebody
query department=Somewhere

The 'query name' form looks up someone by name; the 'query
department' form looks up someone by location, eg.

query name=Bruce

returns five entries, including Thomas Bruce and Bruce Kennedy.

query department=Harvard

returns entries for all personnel at the Harvard Law School. There
are about 1000 names of legal academics and law librarians currently
in the database; we are looking for more. To add or change
information, send appropriate mail to:

change-...@fatty.law.cornell.edu.

For more information, contact:

t...@law.mail.cornell.edu

6.5. VILLANOVA UNIV. - ARCHIVES. The Villanova Center for
Information Law and Policy, with support from the National Center
for Automated Information Research (NCAIR), administers an Internet
server. The server has information likely to be of interest to
practicing lawyers and accountants and to law professors and law
students, including papers on tax law and policy issues written by
graduate students in taxation at various institutions, papers on
legal automation and computer law written by JD candidates at
Villanova, articles on legal automation and computer law written by
law faculty at Villanova and elsewhere, full text material on labor
and employment law, including the Americans With Disabilities Act,
with additions planned in the labor and employment, and tax areas.
The material is also accessible via anonymous FTP with WWW access
planned.

gopher ming.law.vill.edu

For more information, contact:

Henry H. Perritt, Jr.
Professor of Law
Villanova Law School
(215) 645-7078
per...@ucis.vill.edu

<+> 6.6. LAW TECHNOLOGY CENTRE. At the moment, this service is
experimental and may be liable to interruptions.

gopher.law.warwick.ac.uk (137.205.240.80)

For more information, contact:

Colin Shaw
Co-ordinator
CTI Law Technology Centre
University of Warwick,
Coventry, CV4 7AL
ENGLAND
CTI...@warwick.ac.uk
La...@Warwick.ac.uk (personal)
Phone: +44 203-523294
Fax: +44 203-524105

<+> 6.7. UNIVERSITY OF SAARLAND. Law-related internet sources in
Germany.

The information is available via Gopher:

gopher pfsparc02.phil15.uni-sb.de

Gopher path information:

Europe -> Germany -> Uni Saarbruecken - Gopher-Project -> Infos
nach Fachrichtungen -> Jura - juristische Quellen im Internet
(Projekt Prof. Herberger).

Under the menu "Gesetze einzelner Staaten und Bundesstaaten" is a
collection of German laws from the Free University of Berlin
(Bundesrepublik Deutschland: Gesetzestexte via FU Berlin). Among
these are the German Basic Law, the Civic Law Book (Buergerliche
Gesetzbuch), Process Law (Zivilprozessordnung), and others.

For more information, contact:

Achim Voermanek
ac...@PHIL15.UNI-SB.DE

<+> 6.8. WIRETAP. A great deal of international law documents
(most in English) are available via the Wiretap gopher:

gopher gopher wiretap.spies.com

Gopher path information:

Government Docs (US & World) -> #35. World Constitutions

The following are some of the available documents:

Australian documents
Basic Law of Germany, 1949
Basic Law of Hong Kong 1990
Canada Constitution Act, 1867
Canadian documents
Chinese Declaration of Human Rights 1992
Constitution of Italy (in Italian)
Constitution of Macedonia (in former Yugoslavia)
Constitution of Peru, in Spanish
Constitution of the Iroquois Nations
Constitution of the People's Republic of China 1982
Constitution of the Republic of Hungary
Constitution of the Slovak Republic 1991
Draft Constitution of Romania 1991
Draft Constitution of the Estonian Republic 1992
English Bill of Rights 1689
Hamas Covenant (Islamic Resistance) 1988
Hong Kong Bill of Rights Ordinance 1991
Maastricht Treaty
Magna Carta, John at Runnymede
NAFTA
NATO Press Releases
UN resolutions and treaties (selected)
United States Articles of Confederation 1781
United States Constitution 1789

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This chapter describes law-related resources available via the World
Wide Web (WWW) (a distributed hypermedia system started by CERN, the
European Laboratory for Particle Physics).

7.1. WWW OVERVIEW. WWW stands for the World Wide Web. WWW,
started by CERN (the European Laboratory for Particle Physics), is a
distributed hypermedia system. To access the Web, you run a browser
program which can read and retrieve documents. The browsers can
access information via/from FTP, TELNET, Usenet, Gopher, WAIS, and
others. WWW does not have as many users as Gopher, mainly because
of the small number of available WWW browsers.

The following are some of the Browsers accessible by TELNET (try to
use sites near you):

telnet ukanaix.cc.ukans.edu
login: www
location: U.S.

telnet eies2.njit.edu (28.235.1.43)
login: www
password:
location: U.S.

telnet info.cern.ch
login: (none required)
password:
location: Switzerland

telnet vms.huji.ac.il (128.139.4.3)
login: www
location: Israel

telnet sun.uakom.cs
location: Slovakia

telnet info.funet.fi (128.214.6.100))
location: Finland

<+> 7.2. INDIANA UNIVERSITY. Indiana University has produced a
series of radio broadcasts containing general legal information.
The broadcasts have been digitized (in .au format) and are
available via WWW.

WWW URL information:

http://www.law.indiana.edu:80/law/lawtalk.html

For more information, contact:

Will Sadler
IU School of Law, Bloomington
wi...@polecat.law.indiana.edu

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8. WAIS-ACCESSIBLE RESOURCES
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8.1. WAIS OVERVIEW. WAIS, the Wide Area Information Servers, is a
networked full text information retrieval system developed by
Thinking Machines, Apple Computer, and Dow Jones. WAIS currently
uses TCP/IP to connect client applications to information servers.
Client applications are able to retrieve text or multimedia
documents stored on the servers. Client applications request
documents using keywords. Servers search a full text index for the
documents and return a list of documents containing the keyword.
The client may then request the server to send a copy of any of the
documents found. The WAIS software distribution is available via
anonymous FTP:

ftp think.com
get /wais/wais-8-b5.1.tar.Z (WAIS software)
get /wais/wais-sources.tar.Z (current WAIS
sources/databases)
cd /wais/doc (documentation, users guides, etc.)

If you are in Europe try the following first:

ftp nic.funet.fi
cd /pub/networking/services/wais (WAIS files)

8.2. WAIS SOURCES. The easiest way to get started (if you do not
have access to a WAIS client) is to try the WAIS at Thinking
Machines:

telnet quake.think.com
login: wais

A notable WAIS site is Columbia University Law Library. Search on
"LAW" to see law-related sources.

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9. USENET (NETNEWS) NEWSGROUPS
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This chapter lists law-related newsgroups available on USENET, the
news network that is intertwined with, but independent from, the
Internet.

The following USENET newsgroups are of a legal nature (some more
than others):

alt.activism
alt.child-support
alt.dads-rights
alt.discrimination
alt.politics.bush
alt.politics.clinton
alt.politics.correct
alt.politics.usa.constitution (constitutional law)
alt.society.civil-liberty
alt.tv.la-law
clari.news.issues.civil_rights (a paid service)
clari.news.law
clari.news.law.civil
clari.news.law.crime
clari.news.law.crime.sex
clari.news.law.crime.trial
clari.news.law.crime.violent
clari.news.law.drugs
clari.news.law.investigation
clari.news.law.police
clari.news.law.prison
clari.news.law.profession
clari.news.law.supreme :
comp.patents (computers and patents, also software patents)
comp.software.licensing
gnu.misc.discuss (some patent and copyright discussions)
misc.consumers (legal issues of consumer recourse arise)
misc.consumers.house
misc.int-property
misc.legal (miscellaneous legal issues)
<+> misc.legal.moderated ("The Legal List" is posted here)
misc.legal.computing (legal issues related to computers)
misc.taxes
news.announce.newusers (Introductory Internet material)
news.newusers.questions (Introductory Internet material)
talk.politics.animals
talk.politics.drugs
talk.politics.guns
talk.politics.misc
talk.politics.theory
usa-today.law (the legal portion of a paid information feed)

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10. BBS-ACCESSIBLE RESOURCES
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This chapter describes law-related Bulletin Board Systems/Services
(BBSs) such as FedWorld, a bulletin board set up by the National
Technical Information Service (NTIS) that connects to over 100
Federal bulletin boards. Many Bulletin Board Systems/Services (BBS)
of a legal nature exist, including private BBSs, commercial BBSs,
and Government BBSs.

<!> 10.1. FATHERNET BBS. The National Organization for Men Inc.
This BBS includes conferences on New York practice, federal
practice, child custody and visitation, child support, and civil
rights.

BBS Phone: (718) 494-1719
Requires: Real Names Only.
No Handles.
Immediate Callback Verification.
Operation: 24 hours/day, 7 days/week.
May require 14 rings for answer if in sleep mode.
Human help: (718) 494-2250
Fax: (718) 494-2311

10.2. THE FEDERAL BULLETIN BOARD. The Federal Bulletin Board is a
service of the U.S. Government Printing Office, Office of Electronic
Information Dissemination Services (EIDS), Washington, DC 2040l.
The BBS enables Federal agencies to provide the public immediate,
self-service access to Federal information in electronic form at
reasonable rates.

BBS Phone: (202) 512-1387
Baud: 300 to 9600
Settings: 8N1 (8 bits, no parity, 1 stop bit)
Human help: 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time, Monday through
Friday (except Federal holidays) at (202) 512-1524.
Operation: 22 hours/day, 7 days/week. Unavailable from 3:00 a.m.
to 5:00 a.m, Eastern Time, when routine maintenance is
performed.
Costs: Some resources are free, some cost. Once you complete
new user registration , you may use the free services
on The Federal Bulletin Board for 30 minutes.

<!> 10.3. FEDWORLD. FedWorld(TM) is a pilot project, set up by the
National Technical Information Service (NTIS), that allows users to
connect electronically to many Federal departments and agencies.
>From FedWorld, you can access more than 100 BBSs operated by the
U.S. Government including JAG-NET (25:U.S. Navy Judge Advocate
General), OASH-BBS (51:Health & AIDS Information & Reports), LC News
Service (60:Library of Congress News Service), and NCJRS-BBS
(75:National Criminal Justice Reference Sys.). FedWorld is also
available via TELNET at fedworld.gov.

BBS Phone: (703) 321-8020
Settings: 8N1 (8 bits, no parity, 1 stop bit). Terminal
emulation ANSI or VT100.
Human help: 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. weekdays at (703) 487-4608.
Operation: 30 phone lines, 16 incoming and 16 outgoing.
Costs: Free.

For more information, contact:

Ken Royer, Systems Mgr & Developer, (703) 487-4608
Bob Bunge, Business Manager, (703) 487-4648

10.4. FROLIC AND DETOUR BBS. The Frolic and Detour BBS is run by
Electronic Law Publishing Company for the purpose of supporting the
products it makes available to lawyers. Its principal product is an
electronic practice support system known as RESPA Resolver, a series
of computer programs designed to facilitate the production of the
HUD1 A&B "Settlement Statement" and other related documents used in
real estate transfers. If you are a licensed user of this software
program, you will be a member of the RESPA Resolver Conference
(Conference #2) - and from this conference you will receive your
support, upgrades to the program, and RESPA Resolver News. If you
are not a RESPA Resolver user, you are still welcome on this board
and, with the obvious exception of the RESPA Resolver Conference,
will be permitted to use all the features of this BBS.

BBS Phone: (919) 893-5206
Costs: Some resources are free, some cost. The only charge is
the annual subscription fee paid by those who want to
use the programs in the Subscribers' Library.

For more information, contact:

Electronic Law Publishing Company
PO Box 1119
Buies Creek, NC 27506-1119

<+> 10.5. JUST MOOTING. This BBS concentrates on UK law.

BBS Phone: +44 (0)484 401139
Settings: Baud rates up to v32.bis.
Operation: 24 hours/day.
Costs: Free.

For more information, contact:

David Swarbrick
Brighouse West Yorkshire
GREAT BRITAIN
da...@SWARB.DEMON.CO.UK

<+> 10.6. LERN. The LERN service is offered by the Legal Research
Network. It is intended to network attorneys with each other and
with expert witnesses. LERN is primarily intended for attorneys
engaged in product liability, personal injury, medical malpractice,
property damage, and family law (although other fields, such as
environmental law, are encouraged). Several database services are
offered including a product literature database, a deposition
exchange, OSHA standards, files of expert resumes, and a catalog of
professional materials (such as audio tapes and books for
professional development). LERN permits Internet e-mail and imports
selected USENET newsgroups and Internet mailing lists.

BBS Phone: (508) 829-9564
Settings: Up to 14,400 baud.
Costs: Free for the first 30 days, $99 for the first year,
$250 for renewals.

For more information, contact:

The Legal Research Network
PO Box 528
Holden, MA 01562
Voice: (508) 829-9582
Fax: (508) 829-0028
System....@lern.dmc.com or
bill....@lern.dmc.com

<+> 10.7. US COURTS. Electronic versions of many US court opinions
are available, for the most part free of charge (except, of course,
for telephone charges), through the Electronic Dissemination of
Opinions System (EDOS). US courts use several software systems,
including Public Access to Court Electronic (PACER) and CITE..
Information regarding pending cases is often available via the Voice
Case Information System (VCIS), a telephone-accessible system. Most
BBSs require registration via an initial voice telephone call.

For more information, contact:

J. Michael Greenwood
Public Access Project Director
Technology Enhancement Office, AO
Washington, DC 20544
(202) 633-6400

For ACES information, contact:

Richard Siedel
Integrated Technology Division AO
Washington, DC 20544
(202) 786-6892

For PACER information, contact:

Richard LeClerc
District Case Management Branch
Court Systems Division, AO
Washington, DC 20544
(202) 786-6841

For VCIS information, contact:

David VanDyke
Bankruptcy Case Management Branch
Court Systems Division, AO
Washington, DC 20544
(202) 786-6741

BBS NUMBERS

District Courts registration phone # BBS phone #
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Arizona (FTS 261) (602) 261-3547 (602) 261-4978
Arkansas-Eastern (FTS 740) (501) 324-5351 (501) 324-6190
District of Columbia (FTS 535) (202) 535-3508 (202) 523-5606
Georgia-Northern (FTS 841) (404) 331-6496 (404) 331-0259
Idaho (FTS 554) (208) 334-9097 (208) 334-9590
Illinois-Central (FTS 955) (217) 492-4789 (217) 492-4997
Massachusetts (FTS 835) (617) 223-9817 (617) 223-4294
Missouri-Western (816) 426-2811 (816) 842-1851
New Mexico (FTS 474) (505) 766-2263 (505) 766-1911
Texas-Northern (FTS 729) (214) 767-2858 (214) 767-4093
Texas-Southern (713) 221-9535 (713) 238-9000
Texas-Western (FTS 730) (512) 229-4149 (512) 229-5241
Utah (FTS 588) (801) 524-5662 (801) 524-4221

Bankruptcy Courts registration phone # BBS phone #
--------------------------------------------------------------------
Arizona (602) 379-3357 (602) 379-4077
California-Southern (FTS 895) (619) 557-6508 (619) 557-6875
Indiana-Southern (317) 226-6710 (317) 226-5146
Kansas (FTS 752) (316) 945-8251 (316) 269-6253/4/5
Maine (FTS 835) (207) 780-3482 (617) 565-6021/2/3
(617) 565-7593/4
Massachusetts (FTS 835) (617) 565-6093 (617) 565-6021/2/3
(617) 565-7593/4
Montana (406) 245-307 (406) 723-6881
New Hampshire (FTS 835) (603) 666-7783 (617) 565-6021/2/3
(617) 565-7593/4
New York-Southern (212) 791-1790
Pre-91 cases (212) 791-8550/1
Post-1991 cases (212) 791-8553/4
Oregon (FTS 423) (503) 326-5198 (503) 326-7450
Rhode Island (FTS 835) (401) 528-4465 (617) 565-6021/2/3
(617) 565-759 3/4
Tennessee-Middle (615) 736-5577 (615) 254-5290
Texas-Southern (FTS 527) (713) 221-9440 (713) 238-9042
Texas-Western (FTS 730) (512) 229-5211 (512) 229-6262
Washington-Western (FTS 399) (206) 553-7265 (206) 553-006[0-4]

Courts of Appeals registration phone # BBS phone #
--------------------------------------------------------------------
Fourth Circuit (FTS 925) (804) 925-2213 (804) 771-8084
Fourth Circuit (ACES) (804) 771-2028, 2063
Sixth Circuit (CITE) (513) 684-2842
Seventh Circuit (Docket Info.) Unnecessary (312) 435-5560
Ninth Circuit (ACES) (415) 556-8620,
-8647, 8648

TELEPHONE (VOICE) SYSTEMS

Bankruptcy Courts phone #
--------------------------------------------------------------------
Alaska (907) 271-2658
Arkansas-Eastern & Western (FTS 740) (501) 378-5770
California-Southern (FTS 895) (619) 557-6521
Colorado (FTS 564) (303) 844-8067
Connecticut 1-800-800-5113
Florida-Southern (FTS 350) (305) 536-5979
Illinois-Central (FTS 955) (217) 492-4550
Illinois-Central (In-state calls only) 1-800-827-9005
Illinois-Southern (FTS 277) (618) 482-9365
Illinois-Southern 1-800-726-5622
Idaho (FTS 554) (208) 334-9386
Iowa (FTS 862) (515) 284-6427
Kansas (FTS 752) (316) 269-6668
Kansas (In-state calls only) 1-800-827-9028
Louisiana-Eastern (FTS 682) (504) 589-3951
Louisiana-Western (FTS 493) (318) 226-5678
Maine (FTS 833) (207) 780-3755
Massachusetts (FTS 835) (617) 565-6025
Michigan-Western (FTS 372) (616) 456-2075
Mississippi-Northern (601) 369-8147
Missouri-Western (FTS 867) (816) 842-7985
Nebraska (FTS 864) (402) 221-3757
New Hampshire (FTS 834) (603) 666-7424
New Jersey (FTS 341) (201) 645-3098
New York-Eastern (FTS 656) (718) 852-5726
New York-Western (FTS 437) (716) 846-5311
North Carolina-Eastern (919) 237-0440
North Carolina-Middle (FTS 699) (919) 333-5532
North Carolina-Western (FTS 672) (704) 371-6311
Oklahoma-Eastern (918) 756-8617
Oregon (FTS 423) (503) 326-2249
Pennsylvania-Eastern (FTS 597) (215) 597-2244
Rhode Island (FTS 838) (401) 528-4476
South Carolina (FTS 677) (803) 765-5211
Tennessee-Eastern (FTS 856) (615) 752-5272
Tennessee-Eastern (in-State only) 1-800-767-1512
Texas-Eastern (214) 592-6119
Texas-Western (FTS 730) (512) 229-4023
Virginia-Eastern (FTS 925) (804) 771-2736
Washington-Western (FTS 399) (206) 442-8543
/6504
West Virginia-Northern (304) 233-7318
West Virginia-Southern (FTS 930) (304) 347-5337

<+> 10.8. LAW MUG BBS. Started in 1983 by Paul Bernstein, this may
be the first lawyer-run BBS in the US. The goal of the BBS is to
explore how this technology could be used by lawyers to serve the
legal needs of the public.

BBS Phone: (312) 661-1740

For more information, contact:

Paul Bernstein
72466...@compuserve.com

<+> 10.9. FIRST TEXAS LAWYER'S BBS. Includes information about
Paralegal Services International and Internet research.

BBS Phone: (512) 206-0802
Settings: Baud rates up to 9600.
Operation: 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm (CST).
Costs: ***

For more information, contact the System Administrator:

Valerie Atkinson
P.O. Box 12763
Austin, TX 78711
(512) 452-4288

<+> 10.10. ATLA BBS. The Association of Trial Lawyers of America
(ATLA). You must be an ATLA member to use this BBS.

BBS Phone: (202) 337-4509
Costs: ***

<+> 10.11. SAFE'N SECURE BBS. This BBS is for professionals in the
fields of safety, law enforcement, emergency disaster management,
and occupational health. The BBS includes graphics files of missing
children distributed by the National Center For Missing and
Exploited Children Arlington, VA. Verification of professional
status by telephone is required.

BBS Phone: (602) 870-6004 (MST)
Costs: Free.

For more information, contact:

Wayne Church
Director of Safety and Security
John C. Lincoln Hospital
Phoenix, AZ
(602) 943-2381

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11. COMPUTER-AIDED LEGAL RESEARCH RESOURCES
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11.1. THE CENTER FOR COMPUTER-AIDED LEGAL INSTRUCTION. The Center
for Computer-Aided Legal Instruction (CALI), a non-profit institute
based at the Chicago-Kent College of Law, maintains a library of
computer-aided legal instruction software. CALI was formed in 1982.
For more information, contact:

Phone: (312) 906-5308
Fax: (312) 906-5165

11.2. DIALOG.

Dialog Information Services
3460 Hillview Avenue
PO Box 10010
Palo Alto, CA 94303-0993
Phone: 1-800-334-2564 or (415) 858-3785
Fax: 1-415-858-7069

Dialog is accessible by TELNET from dialog.com (192.132.3.254).

<!> 11.3. LEXIS/NEXIS. For information on LEXIS/NEXIS, contact:

Mead Data Central
PO Box 933
Dayton, OH 45401
Phone: 1-800-543-6862 or (513) 859-1608

LEXIS/NEXIS is accessible via TELNET from the following:

lexis.meaddata.com (192.73.126.20)
hermes.merit.edu (35.1.48.149)

11.4. WESTLAW. For information on WestLaw, contact:

West Publishing Company
50 W. Kellogg Blvd.
PO Box 64526
St. Paul, MN 55164-0526
1-800-WESTLAW (1-800-937-8529)

WESTLAW is accessible via TELNET from hermes.merit.edu
(35.1.48.149).

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12. JOURNALS
--------------------------------------------------------------------
This chapter lists technology-related law-related journals such as
"E Law," which is an electronically-available journal.

Albany Law Journal of Science & Technology

<+> Artificial Intelligence and Law
Prof. Donald Berman, Editor
Northeastern University Law School
Boston, MA 02115
ber...@ccs.neu.edu

<+> Computer Law & Practice
Tolley Publishing Co. Ltd.
Tolley House
2 Addiscombe Road
Croydon Surrey CR9 5AF
UNITED KINGDOM

<+> Computer Law and Security Report
Stephen Saxby, Managing Editor
Faculty of Law
The University
Highfield Southampton SO9 5NH
UNITED KINGDOM
s.j....@southampton.ac.uk

<+> Computers & Law
The Journal of the Australian and New Zealand Societies for
Computers & Law
Dan Hunter, Co-editor
University of Melbourne Law School
Parkville VIC 3052
AUSTRALIA
d...@rumpole.law.unimelb.edu.au

<+> E LAW. E Law is an electronic journal. E Law welcomes
contributions in 3 principal formats: 1) materials of current
interest such as reports and comments on developments in the law
including significant recent cases; 2) materials reporting on
scholarly work in progress or calling for comment such as research
notes and excerpts from unfinished larger works; and 3) completed
papers which may incorporate, refer to, or be accompanied by
materials generated by previous publication of a version of the
finished work in E Law as a category 2 piece (these submissions will
be subject to external peer review). Editorial Board: Associate
Professor Michael Pendleton (Contributions Editor); Archie Zariski,
Senior Lecturer in Law (Technical Editor); Chris Shanahan, Lecturer
in Law (Assistant Contributions Editor); Murray Wheater (Assistant
Technical Editor). Submissions can be sent to the following (via e-
mail or via postal mail on disk):
Archie Zariski
Murdoch University Law School
Perth, Western AUSTRALIA, 6150
zar...@CSUVAX1.CSU.MURDOCH.EDU.AU

Harvard Journal of Law and Technology

<!> High Technology Law Journal
University of California School of Law
182 Boalt Hall
Berkeley, CA 94720
Phone: (510) 643-6454
Fax: (510) 643-6816

Idea: The Journal of Law and Technology

Journal of Law and Information Science
Eugene Clark, Managing Editor
University of Tasmania, Faculty of Law
Box 252C, Hobart
7001, Tasmania, Australia.
eugene...@law.utas.edu.au
Phone: 002 202075
Fax: 002 238163

Jurimetrics, Journal of Law, Science and Technology
Section of Science and Technology
American Bar Association
750 N. Lake Shore Dr.
Chicago, Il 60611

<+> Law Technology Journal
CTI Law Technology Centre
University of Warwick
Coventry CV4 7AL
United Kingdom
cti...@warwick.ac.uk

<+> Law, Computers & Artificial Intelligence
Indira Carr, Editor
C/- Faculty of Law
University of Exeter
Amory Building
Rennes Drive
Exeter EX4 4RJ

<+> LAW/technology
World Jurist Association
Section on Law/Technology
Suite 202, 1000 Connecticut Avenue N.W.
Washington DC 20036

Queensland University of Technology Law Journal

Rutgers Computer & Technology Law Journal

<+> Santa Clara Computer and High Technology Law Journal
Santa Clara University
Santa Clara, CA 95054
(408) 554-4197

<+> Software Law Journal
The John Marshall Law School
315 South Plymouth Court
Chicago, IL 60604
Phone: (312) 427-2354
Fax: (312) 427-8307

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APPENDIX A. INTERNET, UUCP, AND USENET INFORMATION
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This appendix contains, for example, information on how to get on
the Internet, i.e.. how to purchase an Internet account.

A.1. INTRODUCTORY INTERNET INFORMATION. To receive introductory
information on the Internet, send a message to ser...@nic.ddn.mil
the subject line "RFC1325" (without the quotations). You will
receive the Request For Comments (RFC) "Questions and Answers for
New Internet Users." (This service is documented in The Internet
Resource Guide/Directory of Directories. See Section 2.3.1.).

A.2. INTERNET, UUCP, AND USENET PROVIDERS. There is not a bright
line separating "domain providers" and "account providers." In
general, "domain providers" have close ties to the Internet, and
"account providers" do not. "Domain providers" sell Internet links
to organizations, "account providers" sell e-mail accounts to
individuals. However, the services offered by each are constantly
changing. The following are the major commercial Internet, UUCP,
and USENET providers.

A.3.1. DOMAIN PROVIDERS. The companies listed in this section can
provide you with domain service. In other words, if you want to use
the domain "mycompany.com" for your new company (called "My
Company") these are the providers you should contact.

<+> A.3.1.1. ADVANCED NETWORK & SERVICES, INC.

Advanced Network & Services, Inc.
100 Clearbrook Road
Elmsford, NY 10523
1-800-456-8267
in...@ans.net
(dedicated and dialup connectivity, name service, security
services)

A.3.1.2. ANTERIOR TECHNOLOGY.

Anterior Technology
PO Box 1206
Menlo Park, CA 94026-1206
Phone: (415) 328-5615
Fax: (415) 322-1753
in...@fernwood.mpk.ca.us
(UUCP, connectivity, name service, MX forwarding, news feeds)

A.3.1.3. CERFNET.

CERFnet
PO Box 85608
San Diego, CA 92186-9784
Phone: 1-800-876-CERF
he...@cerf.net
(connectivity, name service, MX forwarding, news feeds)

A.3.1.4. COLORADO SUPERNET.

Colorado SuperNet, Inc.
Attn: David C. Menges
Colorado School of Mines
1500 Illinois
Golden, CO 80401
Phone: 303-273-3471
d...@csn.org
(UUCP, news feeds)

A.3.1.5. MSEN.

MSEN, Inc.
628 Brooks Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
Phone: (313) 741-1120
in...@msen.com
(UUCP, connectivity, name service, MX forwarding, news feeds)

A.3.1.6. MV COMMUNICATIONS.

MV Communications, Inc.
PO Box 4963
Manchester, NH 03108-4963
Phone: (603) 429-2223
Data: (603) 429-1735 (log in as "info" or "rates")
in...@mv.mv.com
(UUCP, name service, MX forwarding, news feeds)

A.3.1.7. NEARNET.

NEARnet
Attn: John Curran
BBN Systems and Technologies, MS 6/3B
10 Moulton Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
Phone: (617) 873-8730
jcu...@nic.near.net
(connectivity, name service, MX forwarding, news feeds (for
NEARnet sites))

A.3.1.8. NETCOM.

Netcom - Online Communication Services
PO Box 20774
San Jose, CA 95160
Phone: (408) 554-8649
bo...@netcom.com
(UUCP, connectivity, name service, MX forwarding, news feeds)

A.3.1.9. PSI.

Performance Systems International, Inc.
11800 Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite 1100
Reston, VA 22091
Phone: (703) 620-6651 or 1-800-827-7482
Computerized info: all-...@psi.com
Human-based info: in...@psi.com
(UUCP, connectivity, name service, MX forwarding, news feeds)

A.3.1.10. SURANET.

SURAnet
8400 Baltimore Blvd.
College Park, MD 20742
Phone: (301) 982-3214
Fax: (301) 982-4605
news-...@sura.net
(connectivity, name service (for SURAnet sites), news feeds
(for SURAnet sites))

A.3.1.11. UUNET.

UUNET Technologies Inc.
3110 Fairview Park Drive, Suite 570
Falls Church, VA 22042
Phone: (703) 876-5050
Fax: (703) 876-5059
in...@uunet.uu.net
(UUCP, connectivity, name service, MX forwarding, news feeds)

AlterNet
info: altern...@uunet.uu.net
(network connectivity)

A.3.1.12. UUNET CANADA.

UUNET Canada, Inc.
1 Yonge St., Suite 1801
Toronto, Ontario
Canada M5E 1W7
Phone: (416) 368-6621
Fax: (416) 369-0515
in...@uunet.ca or uune...@uunet.uu.net
(UUCP, connectivity, name service, MX forwarding, news feeds)

A.3.1.13. UUNORTH.

UUNORTH, Inc.
Box 445, Station E
Toronto, Ontario
Canada M6H 4E3
Phone: (416) 537-4930 or (416) 225-UNIX
Fax: (416) 537-4890
(UUCP & Connectivity Across Canada and the Northern USA)

A.3.2. ACCOUNT PROVIDERS. The companies listed in this section can
provide you with e-mail accounts. In other words, if you want a
single e-mail account, these are the providers you should contact.

A.3.2.1. ABANET.

For information about subscribing to ABANet, call the ABANet toll-
free Subscriber Support Center at 1-800-435-7342. The networks from
which you can access ABANet include Telenet, Tymnet and Uninet.

<!> A.3.2.2. AMERICA ONLINE.

1-800-827-6364

A.3.2.3. AT&T.

AT&T
EasyLink Services
5501 LBJ Freeway, Room 1015
Dallas, TX 75240
Phone: (214) 308-5024 or 1-800-242-6005
Fax: (214) 308-4235
(EasyLink e-mail; bridges to fax, Telex, and USPS mail)

A.3.2.4. COMPUSERVE.

CompuServe
PO Box 20212
5000 Arlington Center Blvd.
Columbus, OH 43220
1-800-848-8990

There are three types of CompuServe e-mail addresses. They can be
reached from the Internet as follows:

a) Members of the CompuServe Information Service have an address
(a.k.a. User ID) of the form "xxxxx,yyyy", such as "70000,11". To
send mail to such an address from the Internet, change the comma to
a period and attach "@CompuServe.com".

For example: 7000...@CompuServe.com

b) Members of organizations with a private CompuServe Mail area
have an address of the form "organization:name", such as
"ABC:J.SMITH". To send mail to such an address from the Internet,
send it to "na...@organization.CompuServe.com".

For example: J.S...@ABC.CompuServe.com

c) A few organizations have addresses which also include a
department in the form "organization:department:name", such as
"ABC:ACCTG:JOHN". To send mail to such an address from the
Internet, send to "na...@department.organization.CompuServe.com".

For example: JO...@ACCTG.ABC.CompuServe.com

A.3.2.5. GENIE.

GEnie
c/o GE Information Services
PO Box 6403
Rockville, MD 20850-1785
1-800-638-9636

<+> A.3.2.6. INTERNATIONAL INTERNET ASSOCIATION.

(202) 387-5445

A.3.2.7. MCI.

MCI Mail
1111 19th Street NW
Washington DC 20036
Attn: MCI Mail Registration.
Phone: 1-800-444-MAIL
DC Phone: (202) 833-8484
Fax: 1-800-677-3303
DC Fax: (202) 416-5858
(MCI Mail e-mail; bridges to fax, Telex, and USPS mail)

<!> A.3.2.8. IGC NETWORKS. PeaceNet is a communications system
serving the peace and social change community operated by the
Institute for Global Communication (ICG), a non-profit organization,
a project of the Tides Foundation, and a 501(c)(3) organization.
Other ICG networks are EcoNet (environmental issues), ConflictNet
(mediation and conflict resolution), and LaborNet.

PeaceNet
18 De Boom Street
San Francisco, CA 94107
Phone: (415) 442-0220
Fax: (415) 546-1794
peac...@igc.org

A.3.2.9. PORTAL.

1-800-336-0437
(Internet access, USENET)

A.3.2.10. PRODIGY.

***

A.3.2.11. SPRINT.

Sprint
Communications Products
8320 Ward Parkway
Kansas City, MO 64114-2027
Phone: 1-800-736-1130
(SprintMail e-mail; bridges to fax, Telex, and USPS mail)

A.3.2.12. THE WORLD. The World is a Unix-based host system in
Brookline, MA, which specializes in offering its users access to
many global networks. Local-call access is via CompuServe.

Data: (617) 739-WRLD (Type "new" to sign up.)

A.4. INTRODUCTORY UUCP INFORMATION. The book "Using UUCP and
USENET" by Grace Todino and Dale Dougherty is an excellent
introduction to UUCP and USENET. See Section B.1 for ordering
information.

A.4.1. UUCP SOFTWARE.

A.4.1.1. COMMERCIAL UUCP SOFTWARE.

A.4.1.1.1. MACINTOSH.

UUCP/Connect (formerly uAccess by ICE Engineering).
InterCon Systems Corp.
950 Herndon Parkway
Herndon, VA 22070
Phone: (703) 709-5500
Fax: (703) 709-5555.

<!> A.4.1.1.2. DOS.

Eudora (for Windows, DOS, Macintosh)
Qualcomm Inc.
1-800-2-EUDORA
eudora...@qualcomm.com

A.4.1.2. SHAREWARE UUCP SOFTWARE.

A.4.1.2.1. MACINTOSH. The freeware version of Eudora (see Section
A.4.1.1.2 for how to get newer commercial-versions) is available
from numerous FTP sites including the following:

ftp sumex-aim.stanford.edu
get /info-mac/Communication/eudora-131.hqx
get /info-mac/Communication/eudora-131-accessories.hqx

Fernmail (shareware).

Dave Platt
Snulbug Software
1095 Burgoyne Street
Mountain View, CA 94043
dpl...@snulbug.mtview.ca.us

A.4.1.2.2. DOS. Shareware UUCP software for the PC:

FSUUCP
Fubar Systems Support Staff
1742 Lima Drive
San Luis Obispo, CA 93405-6817
fsuucp-...@zeus.calpoly.edu

A.5. INTRODUCTORY BITNET INFORMATION. BITNET is an electronic
communication network linking institutional and departmental
computers at 550 participating Corporation for Research and
Educational Networking (CREN) Members and Affiliates in the United
States, including universities, colleges, and collaborating research
centers. With its Cooperating Networks in other countries, BITNET
is part of a single logical network connecting more than 3300 mini-
and mainframe computers in about 1400 organizations spanning 46
countries, for the electronic exchange of non-commercial information
among its participants in support of research and education. BITNET
is operated by the Corporation for Research and Educational
Networking, a non-profit membership corporation, which also operates
CSNET. Day-to-day operations and support are provided by the BITNET
Network Information Center located at EDUCOM and funded through CREN
membership fees.

For more information, contact:

BITNET Network Information Center
EDUCOM, Suite 600
1112 16th St NW
Washington, DC 20036
(202) 872-4200

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APPENDIX B. OTHER RESOURCES
--------------------------------------------------------------------
This appendix describes, for example, introductory Internet books
and shareware software.

<+> B.1. BOOKS. The following books are listed alphabetically by
author.

Aboba, Bernard
"The BMUG Guide to Bulletin Boards and Beyond"
(Introduces first-timers to BBSs and Internet mail.)
$20
BMUG Inc.
1442A Walnut St. #62
Berkeley, CA 94709
Phone: (510) 549-2634
Fax: (510) 849-9026
ab...@world.std.com

<+> Dern, Daniel P.
"The Internet Guide for New Users."
$27.95 paperback, $40 hard-cover
McGraw-Hill

<+> Estrada, Susan
"Connecting to the Internet"
$15.95, 186 pages, 1993, ISBN 1-56592-061-9.
O'Reilly & Associates, Inc.
103A Morris Street
Sabastopol, CA 95472
Phone: 1-800-998-9938 or (707) 829-0515
Fax: (707) 829-0104
or...@ora.com (order number 061-9)

<+> Fisher, Sharon
"Riding the Internet Highway"
$16.95
New Riders Publishing

Grenier, Ray and Metes, George
"Enterprise Networking: Working Together Apart"
(How to create efficient networks.)
$29.95, 260 pages, ISBN 0-13-279902-2
Digital Press
129 Parker St.
Maynard, MA 01754
Phone: (515) 284-6751 or 1-800-374-1200
Fax: (508) 493-5481

<+> Hahn, Harley and Stout, Rick
"The Internet Complete Reference"
$29.95, 818 pages, 1994
Osborne McGraw-Hill

Hunt, Craig
"TCP/IP Network Administration"
(How to set up and maintain a TCP/IP network.)
$29.95, 502 pages, ISBN 0-937175-82-x
O'Reilly and Associates
103 Morris St.
Sebastopol, CA 95472
Phone: (707) 829-0515
Fax: (707) 829-0104

Kehoe, Brendan P.
"Zen and the Art of the Internet:
A Beginner's Guide to the Internet"
(A brief overview of the Internet.)
$22, 112 pages, 1992
Prentice-Hall
Englewood Cliffs, NJ

Kochmer, Jonathan and NorthWestNet
"The Internet Passport:
NorthWestNet's Guide to Our World Online"
(An overview of the Internet.)
516 pages, 1993, ISBN 0-9635281-0-6
NorthWestNet
Bellevue, WA
pass...@nwnet.net
Phone: (206) 562-3000

Krol, Ed
"The Whole Internet User's Guide and Catalog"
(A comprehensive and clear guide to the Internet. Considered
essential for new Internet users.)
$24.95, 400 pages, 1992, ISBN 1-56592-025-2
O'Reilly and Associates
103 Morris St.
Sebastopol, CA 95472
Phone: (707) 829-0515
Fax: (707) 829-0104

Lane, Graham
"Communications for Progress - A Guide to International E-mail"
(Information on e-mail as used by non-profit organizations
worldwide.)
$15.40
Permeable Press
900 Tennessee, Suite 15
San Francisco, CA 94107-3014

LaQuey, Tracy and Ryer, Jeanne C.
"The Internet Companion:
A Beginner's Guide to Global Networking"
(A very good general introduction to the Internet.)
$10.95, 208 pages, 1993
Addison-Wesley
Reading, MA

Malamud, Carl
"Exploring the Internet: A Technical Travelogue"
(Looks at the people behind the Internet in 21 countries.)
$26.95, 379 pages, ISBN 0-13-296898-3
Prentice Hall Technical Reference
PO Box 11073
Des Moines, IA 50381-1073
Phone: 1-800-223-1360
Fax: 1-800-445-6991

<+> Metz, Ray
"Directory of Directories on the Internet"
$29.50, 175 pages, 1992, ISBN 0-88736-768-2
Meckler Corp.

<+> Noonan, Dana
"Guide to Internet and BITNET"
(How to use the Internet and library catalogs.)
$10
Metronet
226 Metro Square Building
St. Paul, MN 55101
(612) 224-4801)
Updates: Available in newsletter "NNews." For more
information, contact noo...@msus1.msus.edu.
Anonymous FTP:
ftp vm1.nodak.edu,
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Todino, Grace and Dougherty, Dale
"Using UUCP and USENET"
(An excellent introduction to UUCP and USENET.)
$21.95, 210 pages, 1990, ISBN 0-937175-10-2
O'Reilly & Associates, Inc.
Phone: 1-800-338-NUTS

Quarterman, John S.
"The Matrix, Computer Networks, and Conferencing Systems
Worldwide"
$49.95, order number EY-C176E-DP
Digital Press
PO Box CS 2008
Nashua, NH 03061
Phone: (603) 884-6660 or 1-800-344-4825
Fax: 1-800-234-2298

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"!%@:: A Dictionary of Electronic Mail Addressing and Networks,
Second Edition"
$27.95
O'Reilly and Associates Inc.
103 Morris St. Suite A
Sebastopol, CA 95472,
Phone: (707) 829-0515 or 1-800-338-6887
Fax: (707) 829-0104

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"The New User's Guide to Useful and Unique Resources on the
Internet"
$25
NYSERNet
111 College Place
Syracuse, NY 13244
Phone: (315) 443-4120
Fax: (315) 443-1973

B.2. OTHER SHAREWARE SOFTWARE. Other shareware software is
available from the numerous data archives described in chapter 3 of
The Internet Resource Guide/Directory of Directories (see Section
2.3.1). The archives of Washington University are a good place to
start.


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