Capote et al (2009) report their experience with the use of blogs, by the Faculty of Law, at the Universidad de La Laguna (Spain), which is a member of the LEFIS
Network, and used a blog for communication of students, teachers and other participants of a project
The expressed networking activities could not be possible without the European and international joint activity of partners involved in the LEFIS Network.
This idea underlay the establishment of the LEFIS Thematic Network (LEFIS-TN) from 2003 till 2007 which, with European Union support, has emerged as a solid teaching and research infrastructure on law and ICT.
Firstly, LEFIS activities can be traced back to 1999, when nineteen university faculties of law from ten European countries joined together under the coordination of the University of Zaragoza to develop and implement high-quality teaching models for both postgraduate and undergraduate courses in IT law.
Secondly, in an attempt to bring together the academic, and the industrial and institutional perspectives, the LEFIS Thematic Network took these efforts (from 2003 to 2007) to a new level and has significantly extended the dissemination activities.