The Journal of Legal Technology Risk Management (JLTRM) provides a public peer-reviewed professional forum for the open discussion and education of legal professionals concerning the legal issues businesses and governments face in the use of information technology as an enabling infrastructure. JLTRM articles are written by both academic and legal practitioners and focus on legal risk ratios respective to digital-driven technologies.
This issue features the following articles:
Basel III and Bank Regulation in China (Wei Liu)
Casting into the Coverts Securities Fraud and the Fox Hunt for (Robert Vesco, Patrick Zurita)
Enhancing the Administration of Justice and Strengthening Judicial Independence through Independent, Judicial-Based Applied Research Centers (James B. Eaglin & Matthew Alex Ward)
Red-Light Cameras: How States Jeopardize Safety by Manipulating Yellow-Light Intervals to Earn a Quick Buck (Christopher K. Walker)