Monthly Archives: November 2011

LegalRuleML: Proposed Charter for Technical Committee

A charter has been proposed for the LegalRuleML Technical Committee — convened by Professor Dr. Monica Palmirani of Università di Bologna Dipartimento di Scienze Giuridiche «Antonio Cicu» and CIRSFID — of the OASIS open standards organization, according to a 28 … Continue reading

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Legal Informatics Papers at Cyberspace 11 Conference

Several papers on legal informatics — click here for abstracts — were presented at the Cyberspace 11 Conference, held 25-26 November 2011 in Brno, Czech Republic. Legal informatics papers appear in the “Legal Informatics” panel of the conference, and also … Continue reading

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U.S. Bankruptcy Code in ePUB and Kindle Formats

Scott Cromar of the University of Illinois College of Law has created free-of-charge versions of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code in ePUB and Kindle e-book formats. These e-books are published on the site of the Credit Slips blog. These publications are … Continue reading

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New Discussion: Should Legal Informatics Technologies Be Open Source?

A new discussion of the question: Should Legal Informatics Technologies Be Open Source? is currently underway. The conversation was begun by Grant Vergottini of Xcential Group, with a new post at the Legix.info blog entitled To Go Open Source or … Continue reading

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