Tag Archives: (John Sheridan

ParliamentICT: Prototypes of new legislative drafting software

Videos of three new legislative drafting software applications have been posted on the ParliamentICT channel: Legislative drafting application Wireframe of legislative drafting application Amending legislation application The legislative drafting and wireframe application videos bear the name of Matt Lynch. The … Continue reading

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Sheridan on Big Data for Law

John Sheridan of The National Archives (UK) has published Big Data for Law, Internet Newsletter for Lawyers (March 2014). The article describes the AHRC-funded Big Data for Law research project that John Sheridan is directing (and which we wrote about … Continue reading

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Sheridan to lead major new legal informatics research project: Big Data for Law

John Sheridan of The National Archives will be directing a new £550,000 research project on Big Data for Law, “to transform how we understand and use current legislation, delivering a new service – legislation.gov.uk Research.” Tom Bruce of the Legal … Continue reading

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Heaton: Good law, nine months on

Richard Heaton of the UK Cabinet Office has posted Good law, nine months on, at the Institute for Government blog. The post concerns the UK’s Good Law Initiative. Here are excerpts from the post: [...] So ‘good law’ [i.e., the … Continue reading

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Cormacain on Online Access to UK Legislation

Ronan Cormacain of the University of London has published Accessing Legislation: 40 Years Post-Renton: Have the Renton Committee’s recommendations on electronic access to legislation been fulfilled? Web Journal of Current Legal Issues, 19(3) (2013). Here is the abstract: Access to … Continue reading

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New interview with John Sheridan about Legislation.gov.uk, Good Law, and Open Legislative Data

A new interview with John Sheridan of The National Archives (UK) has been posted by Alex Howard at E Pluribus Unum: U.K. National Archives makes ‘good law’ online, builds upon open data as a platform. The post discusses Sheridan’s Legislation.gov.uk … Continue reading

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Gill: Legislation.gov.uk and the Discovery Phase

Dr. Rebecca Gill of Bunnyfoot has posted slides of her presentation entitled Legislation.gov.uk and the Discovery Phase, given 5 December 2013 at Teacamp in London. The presentation concerns empirical research and user testing that Dr. Gill and her colleagues performed … Continue reading

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Law Mining Hackathon at OKCon, 16-19 September 2013: Links and Resources

A Law Mining Hackathon is being held 16-19 September 2013, at OKCon 2013: Open Knowledge Conference, being held in Geneva, Switzerland. The event is organized by Opendata.ch, and is co-sponsored by the University of Geneva and the Open Knowledge Conference … Continue reading

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