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CanLII Connects: Free public access to commentary on Canadian court decisions

CanLII Connects has launched. CanLII Connects, developed by the Canadian Legal Information Institute (CanLII), provides free public “access [to] high-quality legal commentary on Canadian court decisions.” CanLII Connects has a tumblr and a Twitter account: @CanLIIConnects Here is a description … Continue reading

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CanLII launches API

Colin Lachance of the Canadian Legal Information Institute (CanLII) tells us that CanLII, which provides free access to Canadian law, has opened an application programming interface (API). A description appears below. Colin has a new post at Slaw.ca that provides … Continue reading

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Lachance on Internet dissemination of court decisions and Stare decisis

Colin Lachance, Esq., of CanLII has an interesting new post discussing how Internet dissemination of court decisions is increasing the influence of those decisions, and may have implications for the doctrine of Stare decisis: Disrupting Stare Decisis – a.k.a. I … Continue reading

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June 18: lawTechcamp: Legal Technology Unconference, Toronto

lawTechcamp, a legal technology unconference, will be held 18 June 2011, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The conference is organized by Monica Goyal, Esq., of My Legal Briefcase. Twitter tweets from lawTechcamp are archived here in .csv format. Ms. Goyal and … Continue reading

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