British and Irish Law Education and Technology Association (BILETA)
The British and Irish Law Education Technology Association was formed in April 1986 to promote, develop and communicate high-quality research and knowledge on technology law and policy to organisations, governments, professionals, students and the public. The British and Irish Law Education Technology Association also promotes the use of and research into technology at all stages of education. The Association is one of the largest and oldest Technology Law Associations in Europe.
Activities include an annual British and Irish Law Education Technology Association conference, organised by a member law school; funding seminars and research projects; allowing members to apply for research funding; providing information on technology in legal developments; supporting relevant academic journals such as The European Journal of Law and Technology and International Review of Law Computers and Technology; making representations on technology and law to policy consultations through the production of written reports and responses; and liaising with other academic and professional organisations.
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