The article describes how of traditional legal representations may dramatically alter by the shift to digital technology. The article deals with this change by offering vocabulary and modes of thought to help evaluate the digital condition's impact on the creation of legal representations. The core contention is that digital times require epistemological changes that influence the efficacy of traditional legal poetics. Specifically, the digital condition pulls in two directions by modifying the fashioning of legal representations, yet preserving the established poetic apparatus based on traditional poetic tools.
|Journal||Rutgers computer & technology law journal|
|State||Published - 2006|