DuCharme on Linking Linked Data to U.S. Law

Bob DuCharme of TopQuadrant has posted Linking Linked Data to U.S. Law, on his bobdc blog.

In this post, Mr. DuCharme discusses approaches to “[a]utomating conversion of [legal] citations into URLs.” The post cites examples and contributions from many members of the legal informatics community, including the Law Library of Congress and their THOMAS system, the U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO), the Legal Information Institute and its VoxPopuLII blog, Justia, Sean McGrath of Propylon, Joe Carmel‘s LegisLink system, and ITTIG/CNR‘s URN:LEX legal identifier standard.

Click here for other resources on Linked Data and law.

HT @freemoth.

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