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Greenleaf et al.: The Meaning of ‘Free Access to Legal Information’: A Twenty Year Evolution

Professor Dr. Graham Greenleaf of the University of New South Wales, Professor Andrew Mowbray of University of Technology Sydney, and Philip Chung of the University of New South Wales, have published The Meaning of ‘Free Access to Legal Information’: A … Continue reading

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Poulin: “Free access to law” and “Open Data” – Similarities and Differences

Slides are available of Professor Dr. Daniel Poulin‘s presentation entitled “Free access to law” and “Open Data” – Similarities and Differences, given 19 November 2013 as part of the AustLII Research Seminars, at the AustLII offices at the University of … Continue reading

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Call for Papers: Journal of Open Access to Law

A call for papers — with submission deadline of 27 June 2013 — has been issued for The Journal of Open Access to Law – JOAL. Here are excerpts from the call: Call for Papers: Journal of Open Access to … Continue reading

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LVI 2013: Law via the Internet Conference of the free access to law community

LVI 2013: The Law via the Internet Conference of the free-access-to-law community, will be held 26-27 September 2013 in Jersey, Channel Islands. The call for papers deadline has not been announced. I’ll post it when I learn about it. The … Continue reading

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