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|Iowa Law School||admissions, alumni, calendar, catalog, curriculum, facilities, faculty, internships, journals, tour, writing program||Cyberspace Law Seminar, Independent Research Projects, Tutorials
|Resources||articles by Nicholas Johnson, e-zines, statutory and administrative material, 1500 useful research sites||Cyberspace Law Seminar, Economics of Law Practice Seminar, Entertainment Law and Business, Law of Electronic Media||Previous Semesters|
Law of Electronic Media, Fall 2002
Economics of Law Practice
Seminar, Fall 2002
Nicholas Johnson links to "1500 useful sites"
Nicholas Johnson's Bibliography
Johnson's post-1996 Publications
Courses Taught Last Semester
Cyberspace Law Seminar,
Courses Taught in Previous Semesters
Law of Electronic Media, Fall 2001
Economics of Law Practice Seminar, Fall 2001
Cyberspace Law Seminar, Spring 2001
Law of Electronic Media, Fall 2000
Economics of Law Practice Seminar, Fall 2000
Cyberspace Law Seminar, Spring 2000
Law of Electronic Media, Fall 1999
Economics of Law Practice Seminar, Fall 1999
Cyberspace Law Seminar, Spring 1999
Entertainment Law, Spring 1999
Cyberspace Law Seminar, Spring 1998
Law of Electronic Media, Fall 1997
Cyberspace Law Seminar, Spring 1997
Note: This page provides links to sub-directories of pages related to courses currently being taught by Nicholas Johnson at the University of Iowa College of Law, as well as material from prior semesters. Although these pages are available to anyone who wishes to peruse them (subject to the usual copyright restrictions), they have been prepared, and are intended, for students currently enrolled.
By contrast, for courses with seminar papers the student work is published through this site (as links from each course's main page), and is intended for lawyers, academics, journalists -- indeed anyone who might find it of use (again, subject to the usual copyright restrictions).
By "usual copyright restrictions" we mean that (a) all rights are reserved by the author, with, usually, (b) permission granted for individual use (viewing, linking, downloading, and printing limited to one copy). Any commercial, or other use, requires permission from the author.
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-- Nicholas Johnson, August 22, 2002