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January 1995 We were visited by the Director Professor Nicholas Triffin and Executive Secretary Albert Kritzer, of the Institute of International Commercial Law (IICL), Pace University School of Law. The IICL, under the direction of Professor Albert Kritzer, are engaged in a Project on the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods. Professor Kritzer has significant publications on this Convention.
This visit, by far the most important event to happen to the ITL, generated a lot of positive press.

January 1995 Mention of our existence in the New York State Bar Journal, article "Uniform Commercial Code For International Sales? We Have It Now." by The Honourable Judge Stewart F. Hancock Jr. in connection with PACE IICL.

February 2, 1995 Troms?flaket Cover Story "IRV har skutt gullfuglen" ["IRV has shot the golden bird"] continued on page 3 under "IRV satt p? verdenskartet" ["IRV Placed on the Worlds Map"]
Troms? Article of January 1995 on the visit.

March 3, 1995 UNINETT - the Norwegian academic and research data network decides to use variants of our icon bars on their web pages. News. 23 March, 1995 The University of Troms? decides to use variants of our icon bars on their web pages. News These were originally developed in August 1994 by Tommy Johansen.

April 11, 1995 Volume of PC Magazine our "Trade Law Library Page" was selected as one of PC Magazine's top 100 Web Sites. "Trade Law Library" The one other law site selected being: The Legal Information Institute at Cornell University.

June 16, 1995 New/ Reorganized, less cluttered: International Trade Law - Home Page
All work from this time is done on a "new" second server, which remains unofficial. The original server still open to the public. An attempt is made to maintain both servers. The intention is that data transfer and mirroring between the new NT and original UNIX HP server running NCSA Mosaic Server should be seamless.

June 30, 1995 Present some information on (behalf of) Unidroit - The International Institute for the Unification of Private Law.

July 24, 1995 LAIR The University of Texas - "Legal Automation and Internet Review", review the ITLP extremely generously. Describing the ITLP as a "tremendous resource" and adding "Definitely worth examining and adding to your bookmark file". 8 - 12 May 1995: IRV specialization option: Private Law aspects of International Trade Law Exam paper.

August, 1995 Extensively listed by the Yale University United Nations Scholars' Workstation August 12, 1995: (1) Decision made to ensure that the ITL site is portable and not tied physically to any given location. (2) Decision to transfer from UNIX to Windows NT platform. All substantial additions and changes since mid-June have been on this server.

August 21, 1995 "Law Links" Lexis Counsel Connect feature the ITLP as Editors Pick of the Week. 20 October, 1995: "Frames - Netscape 2.0 Presentation of ITL". Redundant as of 1 September 1996.

November 17, 1995 Evaluation of the ITL by Professor of Law and Information Technology Olav Torvund, Norwegian Research Center for Computers and Law, University of Oslo

December 20, 1995 Troms?flaket University of Troms? Paper. Page 6 "Setter Troms? P? Verdens Kartet" ["Glowing Evaluation - Placing Troms? on the World Map"] [That caption goes a bit too far.] A short Article mostly summarising Professor Torvund's evaluation, and mentioning a few other reviews of 1995. 8 & 31 December, 1995: Collection of 1995 Reviews of the ITL. This includes a number of reviews not mentioned on this page and the full texts of several of the reviews.


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