Category Archives: Others' scholarly or sophisticated blogposts

Papaloi and Gouscos: Lessons Gained from Parliamentary Information Visualization

Aspasia Papaloi and Dimitris Gouscos have posted Lessons Gained from Parliamentary Information Visualization (PIV), at VoxPopuLII. Here is an excerpt from the post: The emerging topic of Parliamentary Informatics (PI) has opened up new terrain in the research of the … Continue reading

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Bruce: Caselaw is Set Free, What Next?

Tom Bruce of the Legal Information Institute has posted Caselaw is Set Free, What Next? at the Google Scholar Blog. Here are excerpts from the post: [...] Google Scholar’s caselaw collection is a victory for open access to legal information … Continue reading

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Debate over an attempt to trademark the phrase “Legal Hackers”

John Grant has posted Call for Debate Over the Proposed “Legal Hackers” Trademark Registration. Grant summarizes the controversy in this way: [...] The term “Legal Hackers” is currently pending trademark registration with the USPTO. It was Published for Opposition on … Continue reading

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Hagan et al.: Designing legal communications that resonate

Margaret Hagan, Alex Gavis, and Kursat Ozenc have posted Designing legal communications that resonate, at VoxPopuLII. The post describes “a Legal Communication Design class at Stanford’s Institute of Design, or the d.school” in May 2014. The class involved training students … Continue reading

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Hagan: Githubbing Law: Open-source legal doc repositories

Margaret Hagan of Stanford University has posted Githubbing Law: Open-source legal doc repositories, at Open Law Lab. Here are excerpts from the post: [...] So could the Github model be applied to legal professionals’ work, or how the legal services … Continue reading

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Hagan and Kimbro: Access Hub Project: Designing new resources for legal service providers

Margaret Hagan has a new post about her and Stephanie Kimbro‘s project: The Access Hub Project: Designing new resources for legal service providers. Here are excerpts from the post: I’ve been working alongside Steph Kimbro to do some scoping & … Continue reading

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Surden: Computable Contracts – Part 2

Professor Harry Surden of the University of Colorado has posted Computable Contracts – Part 2, at Concurring Opinions. Here is a summary of the post: This is the second part of a series explaining “computable contracts.” For more about what … Continue reading

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