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Almog (law, U. of Haifa) foresees a future in which technological advances in creating environments could well become part of trial law. She describes the process of constructing legal meaning in the spaces we now allocate for trials as a sort of "linguistic legal poetics" and how those poetics could easily apply to virtual environments. She relates law and story, and shows how the resulting conceptualizing narratives applies to the acceptance of digitalized environments and possibly the disruption of the legal narrative. With the help of film and film theories she explains how moving images both build and disrupt our view of law, and she concludes with startling insights about the parallel futures of law and literature in an increasingly digital age. Annotation ©2008 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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