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Author: William E. Boyd

Books
  • Electronic Publishing Using the Hyperpak (1992) (co-author, with Mohyeddin K. Abdulaziz).
  • Debtor Creditor Law in Arizona (co-author, with Charles Marshall Smith) (1992).
  • Secured Transactions in Arizona:  A Lawyer's Guide to Article Nine of the UCC (TALI 1983).
  • The Limited Adoption of the Uniform Commercial Code by Indian Tribes (1981) (co-author, with John M. Little & Richard M. Martinez).
  • Civil War Amendments:  Cases and Materials (1980).
  • Commercial Transactions Materials:  Text, Cases and Problems (Rev. ed. 1977).
  • Law of the Poor (1973) (co-author, with Arthur B. LaFrance et. al).
Articles in Books
  • Choosing Between a Chapter 7 and a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy: A Computer-Based Model of the Decision-Making Process, in Legal Information and the Intelligent Legal Systems ___ (1985).
  • Medical Computer Law, in Computer Applications in Clinical Practice 289 (Daniel Levinson ed., 1985).
Articles
  • The Need for and Feasibility of a "Virtual" (electronic) Central Registry to Support Secured Credit Financing to Promote Trade between the United States, Canada and Mexico (in progress).
  • Transitioning to New Article 9 (Draft) (Apr. 11, 2000).
    Available at: UA Link
  • But What is It Good For? Using Interactive Video in Legal Education and Practice, 1999 J. Info. Law & Tech. (Oct. 29, 1999).
    Available at: Link
  • Using Video Conferencing in Law Practice and Legal Education (1996).
  • An Online Bankruptcy Learning System (1995).
  • Student Computers and Universal Access (1995).
  • Transforming University Education (1995).
  • Electronic Course Materials: The Time Is Now, The CALI Report (Fall 1992/Winter 1993).
  • Computing in Legal Education: Getting From Here to There, in 2 Conf. L. Sch. Computing Prof. (1993).
  • How Word Processing Improved our Law Office, 86 Case & Com. 16 (1981).
  • The Truth-in-Lending Simplification and Reform Act: A Much-Needed Revision Whose Time Has Finally Come (Part I), 23 Ariz. L. Rev. 1 (1981).
    Available at: Hein Online
  • The Truth-in-Lending Simplification and Reform Act: A Much-Needed Revision Whose Time Has Finally Come (Part II), 23 Ariz. L. Rev. 549 (1981).
    Available at: Hein Online
  • The A-9 - A Program for Drafting Security Agreements Under Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code, 1981 A.B.F. Res. J. 637 (co-author, with Charles S. Saxon), reprinted in Corp. Couns. Ann. (1982).
    Available at: Hein Online
  • Restructuring Commercial Statutes to Facilitate Use by Man and Machines, U. Ariz. L. Rec., Spring/Summer 1980, at 5.
  • Affirmative Action in Employment: The Weber Decision, 66 Iowa L. Rev. 1 (1980), reprinted in __ Nat'l L. Rev. Rep. ___.
    Available at: Hein Online
  • Purpose and Effect in the Law of Race Discrimination: A Response to Washington v. Davis, 57 U. Det. J. Urban L. 707 (1980).
    Available at: Hein Online
  • The Federal Government Enters the Warranty Field, Ariz. B.J., Aug. 1978.
  • The Revised Uniform Consumer Credit Code as a Replacement for Piecemeal Consumer Legislation, 18 Ariz. L. Rev. 1 (1976).
    Available at: Hein Online
  • Law and the Poor: States' Crucial Issues, National Endowment for the Humanities (1974).
  • Arizona's Consumer Legislation: Winning the Battle but . . ., 14 Ariz. L. Rev. 627 (1972).
    Available at: Hein Online
  • Law in Computers and Computers in Law: A Lawyer’s View of the State of the Art, 14 Ariz. L. Rev. 267 (1972).
    Available at: Hein Online
  • The Federal Consumer Credit Protection Act -- A Consumer Perspective, 45 Notre Dame Law. 171 (1970), reprinted in Donald P. Rothschild & David W. Carroll, Consumer Protection:  Text and Materials ___ (1973).
    Available at: Hein Online
  • Representing Consumers -- The Uniform Commercial Code and Beyond, 9 Ariz. L. Rev. 372 (1968).
    Available at: Hein Online
Other Writings
  • CANINE Case Commentary (2006).
    Available at: UA Link
  • An On Line System for Learning Bankruptcy Law (Draft) (1998) (co-author, with Mohyeddin K. Abdulaziz).
    Available at: UA Link
  • Investigating the Impact of Advanced Technology on Trials: The Courtroom as a Classroom, 29 Haw. Int'l Conf. on Sys's Sci. (1996) (with Winton Woods et al.).
  • University of Arizona Strategic Plan for Information Technology for the Year 2000 (Principal drafter - 1994).
  • The Pictures (and Sounds and . . .) Have It!, 3 Int'l Conf. on Substantive Tech. in the Law School (1994).
    Available at: UA Link
  • New Frontiers in Instructional Software, 3 Law & Tech. J. 12 (1994).
    Available at: UA Link
  • Book Review, 2 Int'l J.L. & Info. Tech. 98 (1994) (reviewing Henry H. Perritt, How to Practice Law with Computers (2d ed. 1992)) (co-author, with Winton D. Woods).
    Available at: Hein Online
  • Multimedia Instructional Software Authoring System (1993).
  • Using the Internet, AALS L. & Computers Newsl. (1992).
  • Security Interests in Notes Secured by Deeds of Trust or Mortgages, State Bar of Arizona (1992).
  • Computers in the Practice of Law, Maricopa County Bar (1991)
  • Computerized Document Assembly Programs, AICLE (1990).
  • Computer-Assisted Instruction: Today and Tomorrow, U. Ariz. L. Rec., Fall/Winter 1985, at ___.
  • Buyers' Remedies under the Uniform Commercial Code, U. Ariz. L. Rec., Fall/Winter 1981, at 4.
  • Developments in Truth and Lending and Regulation Z, in Consumer Credit 403 (PLI 1978).
  • Book Review, 62 Cal. L. Rev. 300 (1974) (reviewing Jay Katz et al., Experimentation with Human Beings (1972)).
    Available at: Hein Online
  • Southwest CLEO Institute (1972) (Final Report of the Director).
  • National Consumer Act and the Uniform Consumer Credit Code: A Comparison and Critique (1970) (unpublished manuscript).
Multimedia
  • CANINE: The Complete Article Nine (2011) (a Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) lesson available to law students and faculty with passwords).
    Available at: Link
  • CANINE: The Complete Article Nine (2008) (a Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) lesson available to law students and faculty with passwords).
    Available at: Link
  • CANINE: The Complete Article Nine (Lawyers & Judges Publishing Co. 2004) (CD-ROM).
  • CANINE - The Complete Article 9 (Electronic Learning Materials), on CALI Lessons for Law Students (CALI Aug. 2003) (CD-ROM) (portions available through link).
    Available at: UA Link
  • Debtor Creditor Law in Arizona, A WWW version of the hard copy version published in 1992 (in progress).
  • Effective Use of Advanced Technology in Law Practice (A CD-ROM using compressed video to explain the uses of technology in courtrooms and law offices) (in progress).
  • Sleuthing Article 9, A computer-assisted "game" that assists students to learn the various tasks associated with Article 9 of the UCC and related bankruptcy matters (in progress).
  • Transitioning from Existing to New Article 9 - The Joy of Adapting Secured Financing Transactions to Respond to the Enactment of New Article 9 (2001) (available on the New Texas UCC Chapter 9 Resources CD-ROM, The Texas Bank Lawyer, Texas Tech Law School Foundation).
  • New Ranch: Perfecting a Security Interest (2001) (a Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) lesson available through the index to law students and faculty with passwords).
    Available at: Link
  • The Ranch (Rev. ed., Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction 1998) (a computer-assisted exercise directed to the problems of perfecting Article 9 security interests in a multistate setting).
  • The Courtroom of the Future (videotape) (1996).
  • The Ranch (Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction 1994) (a computer-assisted exercise directed to the problems of perfecting Article 9 security interests in a multistate setting).
  • The Hyperpak (1992) (a set of authoring tools for creating instructional software).
  • Debt Collection forms on diskette (1992).

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