Jennifer Granick of the Stanford Center for Internet and Society has just announced the publication of the first Packets newsletter designed “to provide the legal community with concise descriptions of recently decided cyberlaw-related cases, and to point to the original decisions.” The announcement says it will be a bi-monthly publication written by Stanford Law School students. Staff and fellows of the center and volunteer attorneys will be the editors. The first issue is already online. It looks like a good, and well-written, resource for students and for lawyers who are not immersed in the field, complete with links to the sources after the summaries. People wanting more news, more often, albeit even more summarized, will probably want to subscribe to Michael Geist's exhaustingly comprehensive free daily newsletter, BNA Internet Law News.
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