It is with great sadness that Electronic Business Law (EBL) has published its final issue. The publication, which has been going since 1999 is ceasing publication because it is felt that there is no longer a need for a separate publication covering this area of law, and that other LexisNexis Butterworths publications cover this material.
In truth, it is hard to argue against this argument in general (although I would recommend E-Commerce Law & Policy to any readers of EBL looking for a suitable replacement).
The demise of EBL is also sad from a personal point of view as I have written a number of articles for the publication over the past four years, and have also been listed as a correspondent in the journal for a couple of those years.
Personally I would like to say a huge thanks to Elsa Booth, Rebecca Smith and John Angel, all of who have been a great help to me during my time writing for EBL, and in particular Elsa who more often than not helped turn what I had submitted into a polished final product. Was great working with you all.