Thursday, March 23, 2006


Last week, from March 15 to 18, the Latin American Studies Association took place in San Juan, Puerto Rico. The LASA congress is one of the biggest academic conferences that exists and this one had more than 900 (yes, nine hundred) panels covering any aspect of Latin American studies.
Issues of IT, e-commerce and IP law were almost absent, but things may change. Within the section of Law and Society, which belongs to the Law, Jurisprudence and Society track, I have proposed a panel on The interaction between law and technology and its impact on society, for which the final title and the call for papers will soon be announced.

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