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September 24, 2009


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Eric Fink

For the record, there have been mock trials in Second Life before, including one that I put together last year (though that was more as an entertainment than an educational event). But this one is more high-profile, and I'm very much looking forward to observing it.


Thank you for setting the record straight! This will help the legal historians of the future!


Yea, Nesson did a trial of the Bragg v. Linden case, not sure if that's the same one Eric is referring to.

Michael Risch

I argue that there should be real trials in second life in a forthcoming article called "Virtual Rule of Law"

Perhaps these mock trials will be good test runs to see whether in-world dispute resolution has a chance.

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