[NOTE: Updated on 27 January 2010 to link to video of the Law.gov panel and of all of the workshop panels, and to
a summary of the Law.gov panel and of legal-information-related discussion at other workshop panels. Updated on 23 January 2010 to link to the Google Wave for this workshop, to what appear to be all tweets from the workshop, and to my tweets from the workshop.]
A panel (scroll down) about the Law.gov legal open government data project, will be held 22 January 2010, at the workshop entitled Open Government: Defining, Designing, and Sustaining Transparency, at Princeton University’s Center for Information Technology Policy (CITP), in Princeton, New Jersey, USA.
The panel participants will include:
- Tom Bruce, Director of Cornell’s Legal Information Institute;
- John Joergensen, creator of the Rutgers University Camden Law Library Digital Collections;
- Stephen Schultze, Associate Director of Princeton’s CITP; and
- personnel from Public.Resource.Org.
For more information on the panel, please see the workshop’s Website.
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