Legal Informatics & Law Librarians

My post on legal informatics & law librarians is now available on the VoxPopuLII blog. The post provides links to major information resources in legal informatics on our sister site, Legal Information Systems & Legal Informatics Resources, and describes the principal topics in current legal informatics research. The post also notes a lack of communication between legal informaticists and law librarians, and suggests ways that law librarians could make meaningful contributions to legal informatics research. Many thanks to Dr. Tom Bruce of Cornell University’s Legal Information Institute for the opportunity to write for VoxPopuLII, and to Judith Pratt for her careful editing.

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