[NOTE: These events are being tweeted on Twitter at #lawgov.]
Here are upcoming events in connection with the Law.gov legal open government data project:
- March 22-23, 2010: Workshop, by invitation only, at Cornell’s Legal Information Institute;
- April 2, 2010: Putting the Law Online, A Law.Gov Workshop, at Silicon Flatirons Center at the University of Colorado Law School, Boulder, Colorado, USA, and cosponsored by the Wise Law Library at the University of Colorado and Public.Resource.Org. [Added on 2 March 2010; HT @carlmalamud]
- May 21, 2010: Chicago Law.gov Workshop at Chicago-Kent College of Law; Co-Sponsored by CALI and the Oyez Project [added on 9 March 2010];
- May 26, 2010: Law.gov Core Specifications Task Force Meeting, Washington, DC; co-convened by Vinton G. Cerf & James Stogdill [added on 9 March 2010].
HT Carl Malamud.
[NOTE: Updated on 9 March 2010, to add the May events indicated, and to delete the February events. Updated on 16 February 2010 to link to the New York Law School event.]
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