Good Law Initiative Launch Event, 16 April 2013: Tweets and Resources

This post links to tweets and selected resources from the 16 April 2013 launch event for the Good Law Initiative, a project of the UK Office of the Parliamentary Counsel.

The main page for the initiative appears to be called Good law – Detailed guidance – GOV.UK.

Click here for video of the event.

The Office’s announcement of the Good Law initiative is called Join the good law conversation.

Twitter tweets from the launch event are now archived in .csv format.

The Twitter hashtag for the event, and for other Good Law activities, is #goodlaw

On 16 April 2013 the Office published a new report entitled When laws become too complex: Review by Office of the Parliamentary Counsel into the causes of complex legislation, which is also called the OPC Good Law Report or the Good Law Report.

For more information about the Good Law Initiative, please see Good law – Detailed guidance, or Good Law Initiative: UK Government Effort to Make Legislation More Effective and Accessible.

HT @johnlsheridan

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3 Responses to Good Law Initiative Launch Event, 16 April 2013: Tweets and Resources

  1. Interesting proposal for a Good Law unconference, by a noted UK governance blogger: http://adragonsbestfriend.wordpress.com/2013/04/17/a-goodlaw-unconference/

  2. John Sheridan will participate in a live chat about the Good Law Initiative, today, 19 April 2013, at 12:00 noon BST (UTC +1), sponsored by the Guardian newspaper: http://www.guardian.co.uk/public-leaders-network/2013/apr/11/good-law-legislation-live-chat

    HT @AdamWagner1 https://twitter.com/AdamWagner1/status/325171993806774272

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