Today, after a very early start and a smooth journey from Dublin to central London, I’m at the seminar on ‘Law 2.0: New Speech, New Property, New Identity‘ organised by the Society for Computers and Law and chaired by Lilian Edwards of Southampton’s new ILAWS institute.

Have a peek at the programme here. We’re coming to the end of the third of four sessions (having discussed privacy, Web Thingey (replacing 2.0 – Chris Reed‘s amusing on-the-spot edit), and even the semantic Web); for practical reasons I’m going to wait to put a round-up of today’s discussions on this blog, probably tomorrow morning.