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Australian Journal of Asian Law

Abstract from Volume 1 No 1 (1999)

Japanese Business Law in Cyberspace: Preliminary Usage Patterns for the 'Japanese Law Links' Webpage

Luke Nottage is Associate Professor of Transnational Law, Kyushu University; and Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand.

The Internet provides a wealth of material for those seeking information on business, law and Japan. This article provides an explanation of the process involved in creating and maintaining a Web page with up-to-date links and other information related to Japanese law, especially business law in a broad sense. It analyses possibilities for future directions in research derived from information about the users of the Web page.

(1999) 1(1) Asian Law 90

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