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July 6-7, 2012: Open Legislative Data in Paris: A Conference of the Third Kind with Hacktivists and Academics

Open Legislative Data in Paris: A Conference of the Third Kind with Hacktivists and Academics, is being held 6-7 July 2012, at Sciences Po, Paris, France. [To see details about the conference, click here, and then, on the menu bar, … Continue reading

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Call for Proposals: Open Legislative Data in Paris: A Conference of the Third Kind with Hacktivists and Academics

A call for proposals — with submission deadline of 28 April 2012 — has been issued for Open Legislative Data in Paris: A Conference of the Third Kind with Hacktivists and Academics, to be held 6-7 July 2012, at Sciences … Continue reading

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Legal Information Programs at NCA 2009

Several programs on legal information, sponsored by the National Communication Association (NCA) Communication and Law Division, will be offered at the NCA 95th Annual Convention, to be held November 12-15, 2009 in Chicago, Illinois, USA: Communicating and Enacting Universal Constructions … Continue reading

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Coulson, Legal Writing and Disciplinary Knowledge-Building: A Comparative Study

Douglas M. Coulson, Esq., Assistant Instructor at the University of Texas at Austin Department of Rhetoric & Writing has published Legal Writing and Disciplinary Knowledge-Building: A Comparative Study in 6 Journal of the Association of Legal Writing Directors (JALWD) 160 … Continue reading

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Hawes et al. on a Computational Model of U.S. Supreme Court Oral Arguments

Timothy Hawes, Professor Jimmy Lin, and Professor Philip Resnik, all of the University of Maryland, have published Elements of a Computational Model for Multi-Party Discourse: The Turn-Taking Behavior of Supreme Court Justices, in Journal of the American Society for Information … Continue reading

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