Monthly Archives: September 2011

Please Participate in Survey About Legislation.gov.uk

Please consider participating in a user survey respecting Legislation.gov.uk, the official, free online source for UK statutes. The survey is available on the main Legislation.gov.uk site — from the “Survey” tab on right screen — or directly here. The deadline … Continue reading

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Lauritsen, Kimbro, and Granat on Virtual Law Practice: Basic Concepts

Marc Lauritsen, Esq., of Capstone Practice Systems; Stephanie L. Kimbro, Esq., of Kimbro Legal Services and VLOTech; and Richard S. Granat, Esq., of The Granat Group, have posted slides from their presentation: Virtual Law Practice: Basic Concepts, given 27 September … Continue reading

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Deutscher EDV Gerichtstag 2011: Sheridan Paper, Materials, and Tweets

Some materials from Deutscher EDV Gerichtstag 2011, held 21-23 September 2011 in Saarbrücken, Germany, are now available. The program included a paper by John Sheridan of The National Archives (UK) and Legislation.gov.uk, entitled Freie Daten für freie Bürger. Click here … Continue reading

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APSA 2011: Legal Information / Communication Papers

Here are the legal information or legal communication papers (as best I can identify them), presented at APSA 2011: The American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, held 1-4 September 2011, at The University of Washington Department of Political Science, in … Continue reading

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Dung and Sartor on The Modular Logic of Private International Law

Professor Dr. Phan Minh Dung of the Asian Institute of Technology Department of Computer Science, and Professor Dr. Giovanni Sartor of Università di Bologna CIRSFID, have published The Modular Logic of Private International Law, forthcoming in Artificial Intelligence and Law. … Continue reading

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Chopra and White on A Legal Theory for Autonomous Artificial Agents

Professor Samir Chopra of the Brooklyn College Department of Philosophy, and Laurence F. White, Esq., have published A Legal Theory for Autonomous Artificial Agents (University of Michigan Press, 2011). Here is the publisher’s summary: As corporations and government agencies replace … Continue reading

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