[NOTE: Updated on 29 September 2009 to link to the video of Stephen Schultze's presentation on Crowdsourcing Federal Court Transparency.]
Several law-related presentations are scheduled to be given at the Gov 2.0 Summit, to be held September 9-10, 2009 at the Grand Hyatt Washington, Washington, DC:
- Beth Noveck, Director of the White House Open Government Initiative: Open Government, Open Policy Making;
- Professor John Podesta, President & CEO of the Center for American Progress: Public Policy Making and Innovation;
- Carl Malamud, Public.Resource.Org, Inc.: “By the People…”;
- Dr. John Clippinger, Co-Director of The Law Lab at Harvard University; Mary Ruddy of Meristic, Inc.; & Judith Spencer of the U.S. General Services Administration: Identity.
For more information, see the complete program.
Those attending the Summit may also be interested in a presentation by Stephen Schultze, of The Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, on Crowdsourcing Federal Court Transparency, discussing the RECAP project, (video available here, HT Connie Crosby) on September 8, 2009, at the Gov 2.0 Expo Showcase, to be held at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington, DC. HT @evwayne.
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