Tag Archives: Legal publishing

Palmirani et al., eds.: AI Approaches to the Complexity of Legal Systems: Papers from AICOL III

Professor Dr. Monica Palmirani, Professor Dr. Ugo Pagallo, Professor Dr. Pompeu Casanovas, and Professor Dr. Giovanni Sartor, have edited a new book entitled AI Approaches to the Complexity of Legal Systems – Models and Ethical Challenges for Legal Systems, Legal … Continue reading

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Bell on the Future of Legal Research

Professor Dr. John Bell of the University of Cambridge has published The Future of Legal Research, Legal Information Management, 12(4), 314-317 (2012). Here is the abstract: This article is based on a presentation given by John Bell at the annual … Continue reading

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Wilson: Against an eBook Model for Legal Publishing

Jason Wilson of Jones McClure Publishing has published Adopting an eBook Model Is a Terrible Idea for Legal Publishers, at rethinc.k. In this post, Mr. Wilson reflects on the current role of eBooks in legal publishing. He presents several arguments … Continue reading

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Wilson: Should Reed Elsevier Sell Lexis-Nexis?

Jason Wilson of Jones McClure Publishing has published Should Reed Elsevier sell Lexis-Nexis? at rethinc.k. In this post, Mr. Wilson comments on recent reports and posts about the possibility that the publishing conglomerate Reed Elsevier might leave the legal publishing … Continue reading

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Julie on SeyLII: The freeway to Seychelles Legal Information

Thelma Julie of the Judiciary of the Seychelles has posted SeyLII: The freeway to Seychelles Legal Information, at the AfricanLII Blog. In this post, Ms. Julie describes the development of SeyLII: The Seychelles Legal Information Institute, a free-access-to-law service for … Continue reading

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